4 Key Tips for De-Stressing the Mind
Alia Accad writes
“The Mind is a wonderful tool for observation, conceptualization, processing information and in short – thinking. However, when the tool becomes the Master, stress is inevitable.
Like a computer, your Mind holds lots of data. It also has a program to organize that data. Each mind programs the input it receives through unique perceptions and interpretations developed in early childhood. This childhood template is your mind’s operating system until you choose to change it.
De-stressing involves becoming aware of and updating these childhood beliefs.
Two core sets of beliefs – Who you think you are (self-concept) and Who you think you ‘should’ be (self-ideal) evolve from what we hear, see and experience as children. You do not knowingly choose the self-images, which are the foundation for Self-Esteem, the value for yourself and Self-Determination, the power to make free choices. Failing to achieve this unrealistic self-ideal is inevitable and believing you have limited power to choose freely, creates DISTRESS.”
DE-STRESS YOUR MIND WITH THESE KEY TIPS
This story by Aila Accad, RN, MSN
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