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I would love to meditate.. taking conscious breath and be in the present moment

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Kingdomaire
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I love nature, if I can get in a nice walk that works for me. But in the morning if I wake up feeling stressed, I bring my mind back to the now, looking out of the window, reading scripture and affirmations, and sometimes I play a good song, usually inspirational.

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Therapeutic writing & mindfulness meditation

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KaeFitz
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I love to go for a brisk walk and I personally photograph the beautiful sceneries and then I share them online to brighten someone else's day.

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@KaeFitz what a lovely photo! I've been going for a lot of long walks too and it really helps me destress and clear my head

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For me it's the moment I admit to myself that I am stressed out and when I sit down for a moment to feel and investigate it.

I think it's Tara Brach who calls this "getting out of trance"

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This Question is open to All...lets discuss ur best Thoughts and Processes....kindly bear in Mind Do Tell Only If U Urself Follow.

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Generic Question not specific to Covid-19
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Lizzie
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Something that works for me to reduce stress is to do some kind of exercise, and to go out for a long walk. Being in nature also has a de-stressing and grounding effect. 

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That's a good question. I guess to me it means always aiming for peace by controlling what I allow into my life and having tools and strategies in place for the things I can't control that cause me stress. Many things have been proven to help reduce stress, such as exercise, meditation, journaling, eating whole foods, being outdoors, having a good network of friends... Of course, it's not always easy to completely avoid stress, but it's definitely doable and it's good for both our mental and physical well-being.

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For me, the first step was to identify what does stress me. Now I feel stress so vividly in my body that it's almost painful. The upside to it is that I clearly see the sign, and I can't ignore it or push it away like I used to do.
When I am stressed, it helps to pause and breathe. I try to get out of being stressed to a more distanced position watching the stress, myself and the bigger picture to put things into perspective.
What feels like the end of the world might not be that significant upon inspection.

I am offering a guided meditation for stressful situations on my blog and on insighttimer.

When it comes to a stressfree life in general I guess we can control some of the stressors but there's will always be situaltions for me when I get stressed. So rather than trying to aviod them, learning to deal with them seem to be the key for me.

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Jujushoe74
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Listening to mindfulness meditation

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Raghubir
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Meditation

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Raghubir
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Try to become 0

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I read meditation a few times. The toughest part there for me is to actually get up during a phase of intense stress, go somewhere else do the meditation. If I get that part done I am already much better.

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