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7 factors to create a healthy, aligned, and less stressed state of being

Although at times it may be difficult to accept, the cliche that “transformation starts from within and reflects out” is actually very accurate. 

Many of us are currently living with a whirlwind of expectations. This leads us to believe that to be happy in life, adjustments to our surroundings must be made. Unfortunately, when we think this way, we set ourselves up for disappointment. By saying to ourselves “I’ll be happy if…” we end up unknowingly keeping ourselves in a constant state of desire, and feeling like we, or what we have, are not enough.

We are creatures that made from energy, not just physical entities. This is the reason, when a person passes away, their physical body remains, but their life force, or prana, is no longer there. The good news is that by just changing our inner state, we can create any state we choose to feel from within and create a new reality manifesting for ourselves. If we have a clear vision of what we desire to create, we can act and make progress every day toward making that vision a physical reality.

Our mind and body are intertwined, not separate from one another, therefore what we think about, the energy we live in and our emotional reactions produce emotional states that our bodies react to physically. When these thoughts are negative, like fear and worry, they lead to trauma which accumulates in our physical bodies. Due to our tendency to hold onto bad emotions and recurrent ideas, the amount of consistent stress and trauma frequently result in illness or dis-ease. The aim is to become aware of the thoughts we have, what triggers them, and how they affect us, so we can start to alter how we react to them, and therefore the vibration that they ignite inside.

To create a healthy, aligned, and less stressed state of being, we must address the factors that affect that aspect of our humanity.

Here are the seven factors:

  1. Our thoughts – The conversations we are having in our minds
  2. Our words – How we speak to ourselves and others 
  3. Our breath – Using conscious breathing to release negative energy
  4. Our tribe – Choose people to surround yourself with who value and appreciate you, and those who are all around more positive and abundant people 
  5. Our actions – Make sure you are taking time to yourself and to do things that bring you joy. Life is meant to be pleasurable, otherwise we burn out, which often manifest in our health
  6. Our physical body – Diet, physical activity, time in nature, water and rest. Just getting better sleep can help with anxiety, depression, focus, and even overactive thinking.
  7. Our instinct – Listening to our inner voice of wisdom and trusting when something, or someone, doesn’t feel right

Find information or a teacher and begin to understand your conscious and subconscious mind. With deeper knowledge you can become aware of your patterns and implement tools to allow you to form new neural connections that will help you modify your thought patterns and behaviors. 

It is important that we understand that creating the life and circumstances we desire starts from the inside, and truly what our mind tells us is what creates our reality in life. Only you have the power to alter your circumstances or yourself. So, go… take action now and create a life filled with greatness!

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