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Calm your anxiety by focusing on the things you love in life.
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All Good Things
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As we go through life each day, our minds are clouded with worries about the unknown future, which causes anxiety. Finding comfort and calm can seem like an impossible task when you worry. This can be avoided by shifting our focus toward our loved and cherished objects. Think of things that bring you comfort and happiness. And by purposely focusing your attention on these sources of love and happiness, you can create a shift in your mental and emotional state. 

You give yourself a strong tool to reduce worry and promote a sense of inner peace and well-being by consciously nurturing the things you enjoy. Keep in mind that the things you love act as anchors of stability and joy in the midst of life's challenges. Accept them, enjoy them, and let them direct you to a peaceful state. Your heart should be filled with the love and memories you value, pushing anxiety to the side. 

Take a deep breath, trust the love that is all around you for support, and believes in the power of focusing on the things that make you happy. Your ability to find comfort in the things you adore will act as a guide on your path to a life that is both peaceful and meaningful. Accept the love that is there both within and outside of yourself and allow it to serve as a foundation of your calmness.


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When we're anxious, our thoughts race into the future. A simple way to soothe this anxiety is just to breathe. Get comfortable, and lengthen your spine inviting your eyes to close, and release any anxious thoughts that may surface here with a slow intentional exhale. Now, imagine something that makes you feel cozy. It could be a meal, a place, or a serene view. See this image now and breathe it in on count of four Exhale on a count of six, letting go of any tension. And repeat this pattern. In with your cozy image for four. Out with any tension for six. Think about your favorite smell. Maybe it's flowers, a fragrance, or a food. Breathe in this smell on a count of four. Exhaling again for six, letting the tension go. Repeat this on your own. Now, tune into something that fills your spirit with love, something that opens and softens your heart. Breathe in this image for four, releasing any tension on a long exhale of six. When you're ready, let your eyes adjust back to the room. Well done.

Watching Now
All Good Things
All Good Things
Skylight • 02:26

As we go through life each day, our minds are clouded with worries about the unknown future, which causes anxiety. Finding comfort and calm can seem like an impossible task when you worry. This can be avoided by shifting our focus toward our loved and cherished objects. Think of things that bring you comfort and happiness. And by purposely focusing your attention on these sources of love and happiness, you can create a shift in your mental and emotional state. 

You give yourself a strong tool to reduce worry and promote a sense of inner peace and well-being by consciously nurturing the things you enjoy. Keep in mind that the things you love act as anchors of stability and joy in the midst of life's challenges. Accept them, enjoy them, and let them direct you to a peaceful state. Your heart should be filled with the love and memories you value, pushing anxiety to the side. 

Take a deep breath, trust the love that is all around you for support, and believes in the power of focusing on the things that make you happy. Your ability to find comfort in the things you adore will act as a guide on your path to a life that is both peaceful and meaningful. Accept the love that is there both within and outside of yourself and allow it to serve as a foundation of your calmness.


View Transcript
When we're anxious, our thoughts race into the future. A simple way to soothe this anxiety is just to breathe. Get comfortable, and lengthen your spine inviting your eyes to close, and release any anxious thoughts that may surface here with a slow intentional exhale. Now, imagine something that makes you feel cozy. It could be a meal, a place, or a serene view. See this image now and breathe it in on count of four Exhale on a count of six, letting go of any tension. And repeat this pattern. In with your cozy image for four. Out with any tension for six. Think about your favorite smell. Maybe it's flowers, a fragrance, or a food. Breathe in this smell on a count of four. Exhaling again for six, letting the tension go. Repeat this on your own. Now, tune into something that fills your spirit with love, something that opens and softens your heart. Breathe in this image for four, releasing any tension on a long exhale of six. When you're ready, let your eyes adjust back to the room. Well done.


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