Jumat, 08 Maret 2013

How to Reduce Stress and Change it into Positive Energy


Many things can cause Stress on a man or woman such as:
Anxiety, Upset, sadness, too exhausted, too focused on one thing, feeling confused and upset, grief, fear, excessive sensory stimulation like a bright light, noise etc.
To avoid this, it is very important to have the ability to manage Stress so as to attenuate its impact on the emotional and physical or even capable of changing Stress into Positive Energy. Stress is converted into Energy Positive (eustress) makes one a more energized, focussed and inspired to achieve goals.

Basically, Stress is one of our defense system to defend ourself from something that is annoying or even dangerous in your mind. Naturally everyone’s ability to control the Stress differently, but this ability can be improved with practice.

Be eustress:
There are several ways to Change distress (negative stress) becomes eustres (positive stress). If you experience Stress does not interfere with your existence, or just bad for your self then avoid them. For example the habit late nights, bad relationships, dependence on cigarettes, alcohol, caffeine, etc..

Conversely, if the stressor is experienced not something that should be avoided or something bad to you, such as marriage and problem in workplace, then the best way to deal with it is to control and Change it into Positive Energy to solve problems.
Try some or all of the techniques Reduce Stress below:

Step 1. Set the breathing rhythm

The easiest step to Reduce the level of Stress is to slow down and deepen breathing. If you are experiencing something that bothers you, try to breathe deeply and slowly then exhale slowly as well.
This is the fastest way to cope with Stress. Your body will automatically Reduce the tension in a short time. This breathing technique will be more efective if accompanied with visualization.

Place yourself in the place a comfortable position, such as sitting or lying down. Begin to breathe deeply and slowly and then exhale slowly. If possible, close your eyes and imagine a place that you like the most, such as the beach. Imagine you are there and feel what happens there. Listen to the sound waves, feel the wind blowing softly and the warm sun touching your skin. Do it for a few minutes and when you open your eyes then the tension is much reduced.

Step 2. Change your perspective.

Basically all the things that we experience is neutral. It is our mind which makes it a Positive or negative, a challenge or threat.
When someone feel distress they think more about things that are negative compared with Positive things. By changing our perspective on something then the Stress can be reduced.
Internal words in mind and also your spoken words has a big role. Maybe you’ve heard law of attraction before, Positive thoughts and words, will generate Positive Energy. Think and say something in Positive way then you will feel big difference.

Step 3. Make your activity planned and systematic
When you do activities together, such as answering phone call when you drive a vehicle, then the body and your mind takes more Energy to do so. But when you perform activities systematically, one by one, then automatically you becomes more relaxed.

So, when you feel stressed / affected, do your activities on a regular basis (do not you combine one activity to another activity simultaneously), do it carefully and give more attention when you do an activity. (Andrew Judge, wisdomhypnotherapy. com)

Step 4. Let it all happen

Many things happen in this life. You may feel that this has happened can't be changed back. you can make a decision in the mind not to blame yourself, or not make it a pressure in your life for something that you can not Change.

Uplifting Music: Listening to music that not only has a soothing melody, but an uplifting message, can be great for developing Positive self-talk. Have you ever had a song ‘stuck in your head’ for a few hours or days, the lyrics repeating themselves in your mind? If those lyrics were Positive and inspirational, that would be a good thing. It’s a much better mental soundtrack to have than a running stream of complaints, criticisms or self-limiting thoughts, or even songs that had more depressing or sad lyrics. (When times get tough, I often think of Wilson Phillips’ classic, “Hold On”, but there are dozens of good ones out there. )#)

Inspirational Books: Books on strength, personal power, enlightenment, or self help can be good resources to help you Change your outlook and the things you say to yourself. Rather than triggering habitual self-defeating thoughts, you can find yourself thinking of new can-do concepts when times get tough. (For shifting your paradigm, I love Gary Zukav’s “The Heart of the Soul”, or Sarah Ban Breathnach’s classic “Simple Abundance”. )#)

Positive People: One of the most important ways you can get (and keep) Positive Energy in your life is with the company you keep. Do your friends uplift you, or bring you down? Are they critical, or complementary? Ideal friendships provide support when you’re down, fun when you’re up, wisdom when you’re lost, and Positive regard. Good friends can inspire you to reach greater heights, and see your strengths even when you don’t always. Pay attention to how your friends make you feel, and if they’re less than supportive, start putting your Energy and time toward people who are better suited to be your friend. (For more on social support and friendships, see the Relationship Section. )#) Stress. about .com.
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