Tools to Tame Anxiety

Right now we are closed, and with the current Social Distancing policy we are required to abide by, are unable to do any touching outside of those we are sheltering with. So I’m going to be exploring some ways that you can continue to down-regulate the Central Nervous System and learn to bounce back better for yourself.

Philippians 4:6-7 tells us: Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace that passes understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.

Some of you may be getting ready to stop reading or exploring with me. As I discovered many years ago, some Christians will tune out if something sounds “New-Agey” and likewise someone who doesn’t identify as Christian may disregard the message as “Religious”. But I believe a truth is a truth, no matter how it’s dressed.

The first technique to try is Self Havening (that’s a link to a video walking you through the process). Self Havening helps to psychologically and emotionally reduce anxiety and move away from panic.

Here’s the back story of what’s going on the the brain. (a video that explains the science of how the brain deals with trauma.)

See you at the Spa soon! xo Linda