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Tips For Emotional Regeneration

By on 04/13/2015
Emotional Regeneration

Emotional Regeneration

 

Emotional Regeneration

Within each one of us there is an inherent rhythm that resonates along with our current moods. Learning how to live in tune with this ‘heart power’ is one of the most powerful ways you can calm your mind and recharge. This emotional regeneration removes your mental blocks and allows you to make quality decisions.

Studies show that your emotions and the activity of  the energy biofields from your nervous system act in harmony with one another. For instance when your emotional energy is low your nervous system operates in an erratic and poorly regulated fashion termed “incoherent”. This incoherence leads to poor critical thinking and muddies insight into your daily problems. On the other hand, when you have high reserves of emotional energy you are able to make quality, well thought out decisions.

Fortunately there are ways you can improve your emotional and mental coherence by practicing a few simple techniques.

1. When you find your judgment clouded or your emotional reserve is low, don’t pound your head against a wall (figuratively or literally) in attempt to find a solution.  Instead, take a break and come back to the problem later if you can.  Ever heard the phrase ‘let’s just sleep on this decision”?  Some of the most highly successful people have learned that postponing a big decision to “sleep on it” results in more clarity, calmer thoughts and much better decisions.

2. Quality sleep increases one’s emotional reserves and brings your brain in rhythm with your heart.  Your brain works best in 2 to 3 hour stretches.  Once you work on a problem for more than 4 hours you lose your energy reserves and your mind slows. This loss of productivity happens even faster if you start with already an low emotional reserve.  So if you can, practice taking a break when you find yourself out of rhythm.

3. Another way a person can restore the balance between brain and heart is to focus on the positive feelings in your life.  Remind yourself of why you wake up every day.  Seek out and experience a genuine appreciation for life as well as gratitude for someone or something.  Taking a step back and reminding yourself of what is important aligns your brain with the inherent rhythm in your heart.  It only takes 5 to 10 minutes but it results in clarity of thought and increases creativity so you can cope with the stressors in your life.

Like anything worthwhile, learning how to live in tune with your heart rhythm does take time. Don’t get discouraged if you still feel stressed after practicing these exercises.  Remind yourself of how far you’ve come and realize that you can’t always control the stress in your life but you can control how it affects you. When you learn how to shift into different emotional rhythms you will find yourself feeling more confident and better able to complete a task.

 

If you would like to reduce your stress once and for all using a scientifically-validated approach that addresses the whole scope of stress, not just the ‘relaxation’ portion, then you would benefit from  the Heart Centered Burnout Breakthrough 5 week program  with Healthcoach Cathy.  Just call (417) 319-4809  to speak with Healthcoach Cathy and let’s get you started!


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