How do you get Stress relief and peace within yourself?

How do you get stress relief and peace within yourself? You see, the solution maybe easier than you think. We’ve all met those who remain calm in the midst of chaos.

Often, they’re our leaders – our managers, presidents, prime ministers and other men and women who remain calm under pressure. And this is true of many human beings. Many everyday people are able to tap into the serenity that lies within all of us.

Stress Relief and Faith

Some of us find comfort in our religious beliefs, whatever they may be. This is called faith. All religions rely on the faith, and the power of belief, the power of faith, has shown its effectiveness in healing mind, body and spirit.

But is faith in a religion or the belief on one god essential to find inner piece? No, serenity resides within all of us. We just need the means to tap into this valuable, personal resource.

Can Serenity and Acceptance get you Peace within yourself?

There are things you can change in this life (like yourself) and there are things over which you have no control, like the weather. If it rains on the day of the big game, you may be disappointed but you’re able to accept the inevitable without any psychic scars. You’ll play next weekend.

Of course, not all potentially stressful situations are so easy to accept. Take the unapproachable manager at work who always tears you down. That’s something you have to live with every workday – or do you?

Stress Relief and Peace Within

Stress relief comes from being able to accept that managers tirades. Even get to the point where you can ignore them. You can make an effort by personalizing the relationship. Talk about his family, his interests, his stresses. You can take action to change some things. But not all.

Yes, it’s true! Serenity, Birth, Life, Death, Infinity

My work allows me the privilege of providing stress and depression relief for terminally ill patients, and in this work, I’ve learned acceptance. The things I can control and those I can’t.

Many of my patients die as soon as we establish a bond. I remind myself that this is the way things are supposed to be. It’s all part of the circle of life. And this thought brings me serenity even during the most tragic of times.

Know What You Can Change. Accept what You Can’t Change.

This is the true meaning of serenity – an understanding of those things that are out of your control and an acceptance of these elements. Indeed, there are things you can change – and change for the better. Your family life, your neighborhood, your community, yourself, your health – the list is endless.

These are things of which you are in charge and can affect change. However, when life presents you with an event you can’t change, accepting our personal limitations will provide serenity. Even in the worst of times.

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Amazing New FREE Report Transforms Stress into Success

“Mississauga, Ontario November 21, 2007, EmptyYourCup.com’s amazing new report transforms stress into success, enabling you to stop stress-related health issues from stealing hours, days, months and years from your life.

The purpose of this report is to destroy all of those myths we have consciously or unconsciously embraced about conquering stress. Now is the time to eliminate these false beliefs and allow ourselves to quickly transform stress into success.

The fact is: “50 million Americans have high blood pressure due to uncontrollable stress. 35% don’t even know it.”

Well-known author, speaker and healer, Cecil McIntosh, has released his 21 Stress-Stopper Formulas for a Healthy and Happy Life. After 14 years of study and clinical research he has produced an easy-to-understand, easier-to-implement stress management system to transform stress into success.

From his busy practice outside of Toronto, during a recent teleconference, Mr. McIntosh explained to the media the basis for his guide.

“Stress is a fact of life and if we don’t learn to manage it, it has the potential to lead to high blood pressure and premature death. That’s why I teach my clients how to get stress relief anytime, anywhere and transform stress into success, through my exclusive Empty Your Cup® Process,” Mr. McIntosh stated.

The techniques the author describes in this free, amazing report about stress relief is a downloadable “how-to” manual melding the ancient wisdoms of the East with the latest in behavioral cognitive therapies such as Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and other client-centered therapies.

One of his students, Reno, explains how these stress relief formulas and principles have helped him: “I am getting twice the results with half the effort in as little as 24 hours.” Another student Violet claims “that I can now control my perspective and this changes my life because I am able to transform stress into success.”

Killer stress constantly knocks us down because of the myths that we have accepted. This amazing new report transforms stress into success by demolishing these myths. Knowing how to easily eliminate high blood pressure and other health issues gives us more time to live long vibrant, balanced and relaxed lives.

About the company: EmptyYourCup.com specializes in developing relaxation and meditation systems. These systems help clients find balance, explore their spirituality and discover life’s passion and serenity.

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One Stress Relief Lesson from being bankrupt

One Stress Relief Lesson from being bankrupt can cause to slow down. You see we sometimes think we can force thing to happen faster. However, when we get the results we thought we so desperately need we are sometimes disappointed.

We feel disappointed because we believe that INSTANT gratification will make us happy. Believe it or not we cannot force things to go any faster. Here’s why…

Listen to one stress relief lesson from being bankrupt episode #24.

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Stress Relief and American Thanksgiving

Stress relief and American thanksgiving gives us a chance take a break and be grateful. And remember…the fast pace at which we live sometimes prevents us from stopping and having a celebration. But wait there is more, if you are celebrating with the pilgrims this is your opportunity to get together with family and friends.

I was on a coaching call Tuesday. My coach was all excited because all his family including his grand mother flew in to celebrate thanksgiving dinner with him. As a result they are going to have a party. Let’s assume this was a dress up party with the theme being the landing of the pilgrims. So let me ask you? What part of thanksgiving are you?

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Eight Stress Relief Tips to Cope with Social Stress

Eight stress relief tips to manage social stress can help you to be the life of the party. Indeed, stress is a part of contemporary life. The facts make this self-evident:

33% of employees have taken mental health days, costing business billions in lost revenues each year

Two-thirds of those surveyed said they were likely to seek help for stress management. That means stress is having a negative impact on work performance.

Stressed teens are 200% more likely to drink, smoke cigarettes and use drugs. 200%!

Extensive research and testing show that stress contributes to high blood pressure (hypertension), heart attack, strokes, depression, a weakened immune system (more colds) and chronic pain.

62% of respondents stated that work raised stress levels.

Stress at work and school is taking its toll emotionally, physically and spiritually, tapping our energy and focus, diminishing our capacity to enjoy ourselves. This contributes to a problem many people experience, some to extremes – social anxiety.

Agoraphobia

In fact, there are people for whom attending a party is simply impossible. There are people who experience agoraphobia, a fear of leaving their homes. Some remain house-bound for years with this debilitating emotional disorder. And traditional treatments for agoraphobia have shown varying degrees of success.

Today, the problem is most often handled pharmacologically with stress-reduction medications, many of which are addictive and all of which mask the underlying problem – the root cause of the condition.

Anticipation Anxiety

For many, the stress begins long before the event itself. These people experience anticipation anxiety. They imagine themselves at the event and tripping or making a social faux pas. Over and over, they envision the worst possible scenarios for weeks before the
event takes place.

So, by the time the “big day” rolls around, the internal stress levels have been elevated for days or weeks. This anticipation anxiety takes all of the fun out if what should be relaxation time.

Social Stress

Do you know that people fear public speaking more than death?! But you don’t have to be that evening’s speaker to experience elevated levels of stress.

Even if yours is a minor role – a member of the audience, for example – you may still experience social stress brought on by imagined fears and perceptions. So, what can you do to lessen the social stress in your life? Here are some suggestions I give to my clients:

1. When you receive a written invitation, RSVP immediately. Don’t create additional stress trying to decide whether you can pull yourself together to attend. Just RSVP and ask what you can bring.

2. Before the event, don’t self-medicate with alcohol, medications or drugs. You don’t need these things to enjoy yourself.

3. Before the event, picture yourself at your best – looking good and having a wonderful time. Block out all negative images to lessen anticipation anxiety. Even better, don’t think about the event at all.

4. Ask questions. Whether you’re at a party or some other social gathering, ask others about themselves. We all love to talk about ourselves and this takes the spotlight off of you.

5. Never over imbibe. Keep it to no more than two alcoholic beverages in a four hour period. Keep yourself in control at all times.

6. Assume that everybody’s a little nervous at the gathering – especially when meeting strangers. It’s stressful for some. Assume you aren’t alone in your feelings.

7. Turn your focus outward. Don’t worry about how you look or that you might say the wrong thing. Use this time for its intended purpose – re-creation. Recreation.

8. Finally, remember this: the more socializing you do the easier it gets. You get better at it. You worry about it less (lower levels of anticipation anxiety) and, believe it or not, you actually start to enjoy yourself.

The statistics concerning school and work stress clearly indicate the need in our lives to recreate – to laugh and have fun. Socializing shouldn’t be something to fear. It’s the antidote for all of the other stresses in your life.

It starts with a single RSVP, or just a get-together after a long day at work. The more you interact, the stronger your support network – and the happier you are.

Let’s party. You’ve earned it.

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Here’s One Quick Tip for Stress Relief to Gain Pleasure

When was the last time you lost all sense of stress relief because a friend, love one or colleague was late for an appointment with you? Does this sounds familiar. Of course you were enraged and so you should be.

You know what? This is the way you have always behaved in the past when you needed to enjoy stress relief instead. That’s the bad news. So what’s the answer?

In order to listen to your answer check out Episode #23 of this week’s stress relief podcast.

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Stress Relief and giving thanks

Stress relief and giving thanks can be very rewarding. However, we are often so busy that we neglect to acknowledge showing gratitude for small accomplishment on a daily basic. And that’s just the beginning.

So how thankful are you?

Check this out.

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Six Stress Relief Tips for Holiday Heartaches

Six Stress Relief Tips for Holiday Heartaches. It’s hard to believe that the holidays are just around the corner but the Christmas ads on TV are a sure sign that we’re heading in to holiday season – for some a time of sharing family time and, for others, a series of headaches and heartaches.

At this time of year, more than any other, taking care of your emotional needs is essential to enjoying a truly happy holiday. This isn’t always easy to do but here are six key points to keep in mind in the weeks ahead.

1. Give up on perfection.

The holidays are supposed to be perfect – perfect gift, perfect dinner, and perfect family interaction – like a Norman Rockwell painting. Real life isn’t like that so the turkey may be a bit overdone or the New Year’s Eve punch tastes like brake fluid.

Forget the perfection model. Accept setbacks, missteps and miscues with a sense of humor. No holiday is perfect. No family is perfect. No family member is perfect so give up the idea of seeking perfection, go with the flow, forget the stress and have fun.

2. Pace yourself.

Life goes on even though Christmas is in the air. There’s still the morning commute, the weekly chores and lots of social events. Don’t try to do it all. Send regrets to some invitations, just to take a night off and curl up with a good book. Spread out your holiday
obligations to carve out recovery time in between.

3. Don’t be afraid to say ‘no.’

No to the child’s demand for a certain toy, no to the in-laws, no to the co-workers, friends and neighbors. Put yourself in control of your activities. However, tread lightly and do your best not to hurt any feelings. Friends will understand the need to take a break during the holiday rush. The in-laws? Maybe not.

4. Do you want to simplify holiday chores?

If you’re used to spending hours slogging your way through the holiday crowds at the mall, change your buying habits. Shop online. (It’s secure.) Or go through the blizzard of catalogs that arrives each Christmas and shop by phone. It’s faster and a whole lot
less stressful.

5. Don’t overdo it.

Too much wine, too many martinis and way too many celebratory toasts with Champaign on New Year’s Eve. Too many sweet treats and huge Just in moderation. Over-imbibing through the holiday season is only going to tire you out and make you feel worse.

6. Can you give yourself 20 minutes of “me” time every day?

We need to close out the world for stress to actually leave our bodies. Muscles will remain tensed (very fatiguing), joints will ache (annoying) and your immune system will be weakened by the constant bombardment of holiday stress triggers.

Take 20 minutes each day – that’s all you need. Close the door. Turn off the phone. Get into a comfortable position and just close your eyes. Breathe deeply several times and let the world go by.

This is especially important during the upcoming holiday season. So get ready. Santa Claus is coming to town, but you can keep stress at bay this holiday season by thinking of your well-being and emotional happiness, too.

Think of it as the best holiday gift you could give yourself. I wish you all the best during this Christmas and Kwanza season. And a most happy Chanukah to my friends who celebrate all of these wonderful holidays.

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Stop feeling naked and get stress relief

Do you believe that “stress causes you to avoid going to the dentist?” Get the truth from Ep1sode # 22 of this week’s podcast.

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Stress Relief thoughts

Stress relief thoughts can help you to be more productive. The beautiful thing about thoughts is that you can have any kind of thoughts you desire. Whether you have positive or negative opinions you cannot turn off your thinking.

Your thoughts are going to determine how successful you are in coping with your daily stresses.

Let me explain.

Mary came to see me and requested my assistance because “I am paralyzed in my life. I have been trying to create change for years.” I suggested to Mary that she first need to change her present state by examining herself. It is important that you take stock of your present resources so that you know what is missing.

How do you take stock of your resources?

In order to discover what resources are missing you need to take a piece of paper and draw a line down the center. On one side of the page you list your negative thought and on the other side your positive thoughts. This information tells you visually about you resources.

What do we do with our thoughts?

Generally speaking when you’re stuck it is because of your state of mind. Yes, your thoughts and feelings. What we try to do with our thoughts is to get rid of them.

Attempting to lose your thoughts only worsens the situation. I admit that we are busy but we need to find a way to stop. We need to pause and observe our thoughts.

How do we take a break in our busy day?

Taking a 20 minute break each day is necessary. I am not talking about a coffee or a smoking break. I am talking about a reflective or meditative break.

Having a pause or slowing down is a way to take a break. When you learn how to slow down on a regular basic you will gain profound insights. Consequently you will stop rushing and be more productive.

So what is the moral of the story?

To ensure good health we need to practice taking a break or meditative pause on a daily basic for at least 20 minutes per day.

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