During this time of rapid change, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. This is a natural occurrence when our environment shifts, but there are so many beautiful ways to create new foundations, even amidst the unknown. Connecting back to what truly matters is how you can begin to embrace the uncertainty. Research shows that during times of upheaval, by focusing on the good that remains, the transition will be easier. Remember that you are always supported and trust that all of your needs will be met in amazing ways. Here are 6 ways to stay grounded as change arises.

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This simple yet powerful tool we have is something we often take for granted. While this should come automatically, we have systematically re-trained ourselves to hold our breath when stress arises. This blocks our vital life force and only serves to weaken the immune system and trigger more fear responses. Try the 3 part breath. Inhale fill the belly, then let the ribcage expand, then the chest rises. Exhale chest, ribcage, belly. Continue like this every time you notice yourself holding your breath.

Get out in Nature.

The earth’s magnetic field can instantly relieve anxiety and keep you in your body. Nature is one of Earth’s most powerful medicines and spending time outdoors, and away from polluted areas, can boost the immune system keeping you healthy. If you live in an urban area bring more plants into your home and spend time tending to them.

Sleep with a weighted blanket.

The gentle pressure on the body can relax the nervous system and ease anxiety helping you both in staying grounded and with sleeping better.

Write down everything you DO have.

When change happens, our core foundation takes a hit which triggers our primal fear response.  It is important to focus on everything you do have so you can rebuild this ground quickly and easily.

Repeat this Mantra.

The mind will need something to focus on. It’s easy to get carried away with fear-based thinking and will need something else to focus on. Repeat silently or out loud, “I am safe, I am supported, I always have everything I need”.

Eat anything with a root.

This is one of the best ways to stabilize yourself quickly. Think potatoes, beets, sweet potatoes, parsnip, and radishes.

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