Have you ever felt so stressed out or busy that it feels your head is almost exploding, and it's not even mid-day, but you feel overwhelmed, frustrated or anxious?
Is the feeling so strong that you know, there is no way to get over it and in the end, it ruins the rest of your day?
And you may release your stress load to your significant other or the kids later. And it might be that you have no idea where the emotional burst came from, but you just couldn’t hold yourself back, and you don’t understand yourself why you had to be so mean or hurtful.
It can be explained as a rough day or with tiredness but that burst causes pain to everyone, and it often starts an emotional snowball effect. In the long run, if these confrontations are not solved and talked through, the unreleased emotions cause all kind of relationship problems and then, you know, there are different paths.
Even if you would not feel that strongly and can push the emotions out of mind, you are just packing the frustration up for the later explosions.
If we don’t handle our past experiences and emotions, we keep creating the emotional congestion and pile it up, which formulates the issues, diseases, addictions…
Happiness and emotional balance is all about communication, at first with ourselves and then with the others.
In today’s video, I am talking about how to be mindful on the go and practice this crucial skill of feeling and being, observing what's happening in the body and the mind (and listen to your superpower intuition).
Observing your emotional state helps you become calmer, tranquil and your emotions just don’t shake up your world that drastically. There are ways to balance your emotional state, get to know yourself better and get over the stressful moment when it hits.
And how can you practice it on the go? Watch the video here:
We all ride different levels of energy and emotions every day. We all do mistakes, and we can’t and don't even have to, be zen, in control and mindful in every moment of the day - it’s okay to feel - perfect doesn't exist.
When you become more aware of the moments every day, you automatically increase your happiness as can make better choices for yourself.
Practicing mindfulness helps you to manage your thoughts, become more compassionate and accepting towards yourself and others.
Let me know what you think, and how you feel about this, in the comments below!
Much love, Jenni