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Energy Recovery Exercise 3: Anxiety Relief

Dear reader, monday afternoon :)

Continuing last week's emotional muscle training, today to give you more in-depth to effectively improve the "life mastery" method, we will take you through 2 methods, 3 steps, effectively organize their own rhythm of time.

No matter where you are now, at home, at your company desk, foraging, or just getting ready for a week's work, invite you to stop things for a short time, try to leave the moment to yourself, take a deep breath with us, breathe, and then give yourself 5 minutes for a "Good Morning Monday ceremony."

Step 1. Put on your headphones, choose a music that suits you alone, depending on your current mood, you can be lyrical, you can be R-B, you can rock light, take yourself into the music.

Step 2. As you enter the music, invite yourself to precipitate, try to feel your present body: forehead, eyes, nose, lips, then, feel the air flowing through your body, reach your chest, slowly undulating, extending to four, feeling the friction between clothes and the body, feeling yourself standing, feeling yourself in the present.

Step 3. After scanning your body, invite you to scan your heart. Remove the distractions from your heart, move those uncomfortable, confused, confused, anxious, slowly, first to the side, with gratitude for the previous week, and the expectation of the week, to thank yourself in a third-person way: "Thank you for coming here with me. "

Step 4. When you open your eyes and start from this moment on, don't limit yourself to past anxiety, lift the barrier, you have new possibilities.

Each morning, you can take these 4-step deep breathing exercises, or other exclusive good morning rituals, to help you get back to the present as the week unfolds, and put aside past doubts and anxieties about the future so that you can more objectively judge past experience and build future expectations more effectively.

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Build Model Life: 3 steps to say goodbye to the Blue Monday syndrome! 】

Ready, let's start the new week together!

In the face of the continuation of work, new tasks, it is easy to sit at the table, we feel the task of rowing mountains and seas, can not help but lament the short holiday, focus is difficult to concentrate. In the face of these recurring phenomena, you may have tried various time management tools, focused drinks, and avoided the mentality of pretending not to be doing so, but still not being able to solve the problem effectively.

In fact, the most important thing to focus on now is to "put down the shackles of the past" and "not be afraid of the challenges ahead". Now, open your notebook with me, or pick up any piece of white paper or tissue around you for a quick exercise that will help you define the tone of your weekly life and, by managing expectations, reduce the impact of an unexpected arrival.

Step (1): Weekly Inspections and Weekly Wishes

First, list "Experiences and Feelings of the Previous Week" and "Expectations and Expectations of the Future (Weekly Wishes)", which will help you find out what you expect to do and how you want to work and live by identifying the pain points at this stage. Follow the following content guidelines, write together to see it!

  • Fact: Have there been any ongoing events in the past week that have bothered me?
  • Feel: What are the effects and feelings of these persistent situations on me?
  • Future Expectations (Fact): Imagine what "my ideal state of life" is after solving persistent problems?
  • Feel of the Future: What do I feel when I have a pace close to my ideal life?

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Step (2): Bring today's schedule closer to the ideal future

After clarifying the "card point" and promised the "wish", it is to integrate the ideal future facts with today's task. lists all the tasks for today. And as you organize your trip today, keep in mind 3 key points:

  1. Accurate estimation: Dividing what is appropriate together into the same time period will help you use your heart flow effectively, and tearing down time-consuming events will help you more accurately estimate when you avoid being chased back by time.
  2. Grab buffer, allowing surprises: Write an estimate of the number of hours to go after the event and try to buffer yourself 1.5 times more than expected.
  3. Include activities that can help you regain energy: In addition to work, list activities that can help you regain energy.

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Step (3): Set the probability of an accident and draw 3 must-dos

Do you have the following experience: always plan ahead, but an accident, it is enough to disrupt all the trip, and you are always trapped in the "plan is disrupted" after the sense of loss, want to spend effort to rebuild the process, but also worry that the plan may be too much to be overturned, such a vicious circle, so that you can not manage time through the plan, but have a "planned run" feeling.

In order to guard against your own chaos, before the implementation of the task, we should all do a good job of their own expectations of management, the time of accidental treatment is also included in the schedule, reduce the situation because of flying out of the sky on the mess.

You might say, "Accidents, isn't that unpredictable?" How do we manage expectations for accidents and how do we draw boundaries for unpredictable events?

When "setting the probability of an accident," keep in mind the 2 principles

Regarding the 2 principles of "Setting the Possibility of Accidents", we will decrypt the contents of the official edition of Women's Energies, welcome to subscribe to us, and join us in a 12-week energy recovery campaign to bring you to know yourself, build expectations, and create energy cycles through "12 E-newsletters", "12 Cardiological Models" and "12 Energy Recovery Methods"!

Thank you for your patient reading and careful attempt, we'll see you next week :))