Here are some of the practices I share to strengthening your own resilience. I hope that this will serve as a starting point for you and for those of you who are interested in strengthening themselves,
We often talk about bounce – going back and being resilient, but what is resilience? Resilience is the ability to recover from difficult situations, adapt to change and deal with it.
The wind does not resist or break, the reed does not move against the wind, nor does it move with it, nor does the windbreak or resist it.
In this post, I want to focus on resilience and give you some spiritual and practical tips that you can use to be more resilient in all aspects of your life. These tools will keep you strong and nurture you as you continue your recovery and embark on new adventures. They turn you into a tool for another day and help you strengthen your resilience. You can appear at any time of the day or night to rely on a higher power, no matter what you are going through.
When one is ready to give up, one can accept an invisible Force, even if it is only for a short time or even for a few minutes.
If you do not know how to do something, the answer is to leave it to a higher power that goes beyond your own understanding. If you turn around and find out, you have taken the burden off yourself and you are better.
Healing requires the willingness to heal, and if one is willing to give up, one must accept an invisible force.
I am open to inspiring solutions and support and say prayers to accept leadership and build resistance, as well as to heal and heal again.
I am committed to the healing path and accept the spiritual task of greater growth, but my highest priority is alignment with love. I decide to keep in mind the importance of love, compassion, kindness, forgiveness and compassion for my surroundings as well as for myself and my family.
I know I do have said this many times, but it is worth repeating it because we can forget to pay attention. I am not afraid of the future, nor do I regret the past, and I trust that the present moment will give me strength. Once you have given up, you pay attention not only to what God has shown you in the way He shows you God, but also to the things around you.
You may unexpectedly hear a song that is meaningful to you, or read a passage in a book that seems to speak directly to you. They may hear an intuitive voice, feel an inner knowledge and even see a spark of light or feel an intoxication of love. During meditation, seemingly out of the blue, ideas can arise that you did not even know you were looking for.
Take a pocket notebook or use the Notes app on your phone and encourage yourself to write down all the clues you get. When you ask for guidance, you get guidance from your inner self, your body, or even from other people in the world around you.
I committed myself to changing my self-perception – from a victim to a brave warrior. I changed the story to “It’s getting worse, but it’s getting better every day. I am able to recognize the problem and choose love instead of fear, trust, fearlessness or fear of the unknown.
The universe has my back, and that back is not to suppress or ignore my feelings, but to honor them through meditation.
To be truly resilient, we need to be able to feel our feelings, and meditation is the surest way to honor them and get past them. I recommend meditating at least once a day, it is a great way for me to move through my feelings and feel more balanced.
One meditation I have been practicing lately is controlled breathing, which balances our nervous energy. This beautiful practice is about calming anxiety and balancing the nervous system. Consistent, dedicated practice purifies our energy and helps us to be more resilient.
Sitting in front of the sun for at least 30 minutes every day or 10-15 minutes in a quiet, peaceful environment.
Touch the tip of the thumb with the right hand and the left hand in a circle around the heart. Move your arms so that your palm is in the middle of your heart and is touched with the tips of each thumb.
Start by inhaling deeply through your nose, and as a meditation, inhale deeply into each of your noses and inhale deeply from both.
Hold your breath for 15 seconds and breathe deeply through each nose and deep into your mouth as a meditation. Hold your breaths for 10 seconds each, with each breathtaking a deep breath for 5 seconds and continuing for another 15 seconds.
If 15 seconds is too much for you, hold your breath for 8 seconds and work your way up, starting with 5 seconds each and then 10 seconds. Repeat this breathing cycle for 3-5 minutes, coherence is key to building resistance.
What happens when we talk about problems all the time is that we make them more dynamic, but we do not talk to ourselves about their solutions. Go through the Google rabbit hole and learn more about what we’re talking about and what you’re obsessed about.
By thinking about problems around the clock and talking to ourselves about them, we reduce our energetic vibration. As a result, one becomes more vulnerable, less resilient, and less able to re-create and re-create.
As we begin to focus on a solution, our dynamics shift and we begin to increase our vibrations bit by bit. We begin to attract the solution to ourselves, and our vibrations begin to rise bit by bit until we are at the top of the vibrational chain.
The solution could come in the form of a doctor or therapist, or it could be a creative idea or a new perspective.
The bottom line is that we need a lot of help, not only those that are not broadcast every day, but also those that are heard.
We need to give new stories momentum and move on, not only in the short term, but also in the long term, and not just for our own sake.
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), also known as tapping, is one of my favorite practices and can deliver fast results. If you want to be more resilient, try it yourself and do it as often as you can, even if it’s only for a few minutes a day.
Please note that EFT can bring unexpected emotions to the surface, so exercise caution and remember to take full responsibility for your well-being. If you can’t find immediate relief, keep typing and giving more instructions on EFT or contact me for more information.
Another thing I would like to say is that it is important to be able to rely on yourself when you are going through something really challenging. There is no need to care so much about anyone in your life that you become really nervous or scared when you are not doing well.
Your connection is so strong and you want to support it, but your own fears are so overwhelming that they end up unsettling you even more. Maybe it’s because you’ve been through it all yourself, or maybe it’s just because you’re afraid of yourself.
Remember, as much as you love yourself, you are very impressive when you try to heal yourself. Be gentle and firm with your limits, but remember, it will not help you, and you will never be able to be very “impressive” in healing.
Have compassion for people who are not in the best position to help you, but instead rely on someone else, be it a friend, sibling, or therapist. Stick to this mantra as your mantra for how to be more resilient, not only in your own life, but also in your environment.
According to the Princeton researchers, exercise builds physical strength and endurance and makes the brain more resilient to stress. Let’s not forget to move in a way that feels good to us, and let the movement of your body feel good.
This is just one example of how exercise reduces stress and helps us relax, but it goes beyond that because nature strengthens us, grounds us, and purifies our heads.