Live in a story that eases your fear and stabilizes your system
By Dr. Kelly Brogan
Mar 17, 2020
To shed some light on the current state of affairs and to help my community adopt a new narrative — one with self-empowerment is at the core — I recorded this video yesterday exclusively for my online membership, Vital Life Project, where we are incubating resiliency during this time of duress.
We have the authority to choose the story that empowers our body with wisdom, quiets our nervous system, and affords us the opportunity to smile with a deep knowing that everything is unfolding exactly as it should to serve a collective return to love. I hope to help you make that choice.
So, here it is…
HeartMath Heart Coherence Meditation | Guided Meditation & Chants
There is a “state of ease” that each of us can access to help release emotional turbulence and help maintain coherent alignment between our heart, mind and emotions.
Learning to access our personal space of “inner-ease” can be done with minimum practice and in just a little time. When operating in an ease-mode, it’s easier to choose less stressful perceptions and attitudes and re-create “flow” in our daily routines.
(1) If you are stressed, acknowledge your feelings as soon as you sense you are out of sync or engaged in common stressors— feelings such as frustration, impatience, anxiety, overload, anger, being judgmental, mentally gridlocked, etc.
(2) Take a short time out and do heart-focused breathing: breathe a little slower than usual; pretend you are breathing through your heart or chest area. (This is proven to help create coherent wave patterns in your heart rhythm—which helps restore balance and calm in your mental and emotional nature while activating the affirming power of your heart.)
(3) During the heart-focused breathing, imagine with each breath that you are drawing in a feeling of inner-ease and infusing your mental and emotional nature with balance and self-care from your heart.
It’s scientifically proven that radiating love and self-care through your system activates beneficial hormones and boosts your immunity.
Practicing will increase your awareness of when the stressful emotion has calmed into a state of ease. The mind and emotions operate on a vibrational level. Slowing down the stressful vibration helps re-establish the cooperation and balance between heart, mind and emotions.
(Like an old electric fan that rattles until you turn it to a slower speed, which often quiets and restores the unbalanced vibration.)
(4) When the stressful feelings have calmed, affirm with a heartfelt commitment that you want to anchor and maintain the state of ease as you re-engage in your projects, challenges or daily interactions.
State of Ease resources https://www.heartmath.org/resources/downloads/the-state-of-ease-e-book/
During these shifting times please offer alternatives to fear by sharing. Thank you.
Doreen A Agostino
Without Prejudice and Without Recourse
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