A straightforward thing to do for more inner peace
Our brain is always growing and changing. Every day it adapts to new situations and information. You can take advantage of this brain plasticity to create mental balance. You can use this to reduce your anxiety, worries, and stress.
You can direct your brain to change and create new connections by choosing your focus. Also, you have the power to disregard old links, so the brain thinks that they are no longer essential and gets rid of them
Self- directing your mental focus to new experiences that promote a relaxing and calming state can change your brain connections. Doing this will create more brain pathways to balance your mental energy to a more peaceful state.
You can rewire your central nervous system by solely focusing on calming energy. Starting with a sustained practice of new behavior that will sufficiently challenge the brain to think in a new way.
I want you to consider putting your brain outside its comfort zone and develop a new skill. Doing this will help your mind become more flexible and resilient.
One of the easiest ways to do this is to stay still. Yes, stillness. The only thing you need to do is be still. No phone, no laptop, no books, no distractions. You can do this inside your house, your car, or your office.
I like to do this outdoors. I usually go to a park, find a bench, and be still. I look at what is around me without moving my body. I look at the sky and admire the colors, the clouds, and how they change.
You can sit and be still while you look at an object. Look at a plant. Observe the leaves, surface, colors, and structure.
If you keep focusing on your old patterns of stress and negativity, you will keep reinforcing them. Do the opposite, focus on what you want to create more in your life.
Take time today for inner calm and wire your brain for more mental balance and inner peace.
Look at a tree, a flower, a plant. Let your awareness rest upon it. How still it is, how deeply rooted in Being. Allow nature to teach you stillness.
Are you ready to practice stillness today?