Calm Your Brain: A Meditation to Ease Anxious Thoughts

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Calm Your Brain: A Meditation to Ease Anxious Thoughts

Are you caught in the whirlwind of caring for others?

Are you a healthcare worker, mental health professional, or caregiver?

Do you often find yourself grappling with overwhelm?

The weight of responsibility, coupled with the emotional toll of your work, can leave one feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. However, meditation, can be a tool that offers your brain a few moments of relief providing a healthy distraction reminding you that you can build the habit of calming your anxious thoughts.

Here are some tips as you use the above free meditation:

Consistency is key. Set aside a few minutes each day to practice this meditation, ideally at the same time and in the same place to establish a routine.

Start small. This short 6 minute meditation is a great start, if it's too long, you can set a timer for 3 minutes if that's all you have. If you're new to meditation, begin with just a few minutes each day and gradually increase the duration as you become more comfortable.

Be gentle with yourself. Remember that meditation is a practice, and it's okay if your mind wanders or if you find it challenging at first. Approach each session with kindness and patience, knowing that each moment of stillness brings you closer to inner peace.


Friendly feedback from those who have used this meditation:

"I enjoyed the background sound with the soothing and rhythmical narration. It changed my breathing and allowed me to ease into a calmer seemed to take away the chaos of the city and made my walk more enjoyable." - Dominika, Elite NeuroEncoding Specialist


"Calm Your Brain is the perfect tool for me to reset when I need to unplug, settle down, regulate my nervous system. If I’m feeling overly anxious I simply sit in a quiet room (or if it’s busy with people around I use ear buds and close my eyes) and listen to it as it helps bring me back to feeling more centered and even breathing in a more relaxed way. A valuable tool for therapists to provide as well!" - Marly Jones, Founder of The Mind Renewal Method


Medical Disclaimer: This meditation is not intended to replace professional medical or mental health advice. If you are experiencing severe anxiety, trauma or have other mental health or physical concerns, please seek support from a qualified healthcare provider.


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