Having your life together is a pleasurable feeling. Your lifestyle is improved and feels more luxurious as a result. Not only does it give you a sense of control, but the inner peace you feel when you have balance is priceless. You experience Zen and feel strong and powerful. Life is at your fingertips, and you feel like you can conquer anything!
Sometimes life just gets in the way. So how should we cope?
Try sticking to a healthy routine as much as possible. Sometimes we go so much off track that it feels like it’s not enough to hit the gym and eat healthy to feel good. Sometimes we need more. Sometimes we need a “balancing toolbox” for ourselves.
Similar to your healthy routine, the “balancing toolbox” is there to help you pick yourself up when you’re in pieces. It can be used when you feel stressed, anxious, depressed, sad, tired, low or experience any negative emotions due to being off-balance. You then turn to the tools in your toolbox to help yourself overcome those emotions. It’s like a resetting ritual that you know works for you and can help you shift your energy in the right direction. This will really help you feel more confident and like a high-value woman.
The tools in your toolbox should consist of anything that will lift your spirit and shift your vibration to feel better. It’s crucial that you only use “healthy tools” and avoid destructive ones like drinking, eating, getting high, shopping, gambling, smoking etc. They only give you temporary happiness but it won’t restore your balance in a grounding way. Instead, it will work as a vicious cycle.
To give you some ideas, this is what I have in my “balancing toolbox”:
Meditation – Whenever I experience any form of negativity I try to meditate as it clears my head and settles my emotions.
Reading law of attraction books – This always gives me a reminding boost that I control my own destiny, so I always feel inspired to break my negative cycle after reading these books.
Going for walks in nature – I turn to nature when I need comfort, as I feel I can connect with the greenery whenever I need healing or strength. It’s also another form of meditation when you need to clear your mind.
Horse riding – Doing an activity that you are very passionate about is significant self-healing. Horses bring so many positive things into my life, as I love animals and being in nature. It’s one of the few times my mind stops thinking, and I’m fully present. This is a really elegant sport to pick up in general, so you might want to give it a try.
Journaling – When my head is a mess, and I need to strategize my life, I start journaling. I write down my thoughts and try to get clarity.
Going to church – Spirituality is the most used tool for healing. I love churches, as praying is a different form of meditation for me. “Having a talk with God” may sound silly to some, but it brings an extreme amount of inner peace to me.
Training – This is more part of my healthy routine repertoire, but in tough times, training can sometimes be the only positive light throughout the entire day. Your body produces endorphins, the body’s natural drug to feel a little bit high, so training will always give you a natural boost. Plus it releases stress and tension, giving you a clearer mind and lighter spirit. You’ll look and feel more confident after incorporating this into your day.
For me, all of these things are very grounding. I know that whenever I feel disrupted, I can turn to any of these activities and they will help me. They might not resolve the situation, but they can put me on the right vibration and give me the strength I need to re-balance myself.
I think the time is now to get ourselves together. There is no time like the present!
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