Anxiety – 6 Best Steps to Control

I know you want to get rid of generalized anxiety disorder symptoms. Keep in mind that anxiety can be treated in the short term, but long-term treatment and practice of new skills is what it takes to get rid of anxiety altogether. Today we’ll discuss few spiritual activities that get rid of generalized anxiety in the long term.

Here are some tips to help you take care of your own mental health, as well as your family’s before and after a storm.

  1. Try Tapping : Learn specifics about tapping on Meridian points. Literally tapping on the points of energy on your body helps resolve negative emotions by disrupting negative mental loops in the mind. Very helpful for Panic Attacks.
  2. Anxious Friend : Accept that your anxiety is only trying to protect you. Listen to what it wants to protect you from. Thank it for looking out for you like a friend, instead of disliking that part of you.
  3. Nature Grounding : Reconnecting with nature by noticing its sounds, smells and sights helps to ground you to the simplicity of the earth. Earthing : Going barefoot and connecting to the literal ground creates an exchange of both physical and spiritual energy. 
  4. NLP & Hypnosis : NLP is a method used to heal through positively reprogramming your thought process with specific healing language. Hypnosis creates trance states to relax and soothe the mind. Seek out practitioners for transforming healing.
  5. Yoga Nidra : This kind of Yoga is more of a deep Trance Meditation. Lay on your back and without moving, focus on the feeling of each body part, one at a time until your mind is completely calm. This is for a deeply peaceful state.
  6. Positive Visualizing : The next time you say what id, experience pressure, or assume other judge you negatively, stop. Recognize this unhelpful pattern and replace those thoughts by visualizing the best outcome and positive solutions. 


Hope this helps. I am happy to answer any questions on this post. Take Care. 


10 Comments Add yours

  1. hmaxwell217 says:

    I hope this helps me. Thanks

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    1. Anxiety is a future-oriented state of mind. So instead of worrying about what’s going to happen, “reel yourself back to the present,” says Tamar Chansky, Ph.D., a psychologist and author of Freeing Yourself from Anxiety. Ask yourself: What’s happening right now? Am I safe? Is there something I need to do right now? If not, make an “appointment” to check in with yourself later in the day to revisit your worries so those distant scenarios don’t throw you off track, she says.


  2. I am doing an NLP course at the moment and I’m blown away with what I am learning! It’s a little overwhelming but I’m hoping I can help others once I’m qualified 😊

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    1. Focusing on the best outcome that can happen, or on a range of possible positive outcomes can reduce your anxiety. Try asking yourself the simple question ‘What would I like to happen?’ Just ask yourself that question and imagine what it would be like if that were to happen. Maybe you could create a picture in your mind, or you can imagine what things you would say to yourself and how you would feel. You could also try writing down a description of that outcome. One advantage of doing this is that you can read it back to yourself from time to time if you get anxious again in the future.

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  3. Soulfood says:

    Need this

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    1. You can read all the anti-anxiety advice in the world, but none of this matters unless you take action. To feel more relaxed, to sleep soundly at night, and to put energy into what matters, you have to stop wasting time on tasks that don’t matter.


      1. Soulfood says:

        Agreed,,,,,,effort is must …….to get anything done …..thinking …and reading is not enough

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