Inner calm and unique insight
These days, we all seem to lead frantically busy lives and there are few people busier than Mums to be – or new Mums. But as you’re probably already aware if you are a new Mum – finding a little calm in today’s busy world is vital for your physical and mental well-being.
So when you do find a few spare moments (usually when junior is having his or her morning or afternoon nap) it’s important that you find time to rest too. Of course, your body may simply be crying out for sleep and there’s nothing wrong in that. But the danger comes when we’re feeding “wired” and unable to relax – when the tendency is to work on all those little things that we think we could or should be doing.
Some people find that discussing their issues with someone can be the best form of release. This may be a psychologist or a counsellor, or even a psychic medium or clairvoyant. This can be deeply relaxing and calming experience through websites such as Psychic Living online where there are many different people with psychic ability to talk to. Most people trying these services find them calming whilst also providing unique insights into who they truly are.
Another great way of unwinding is through meditation. Taking a little time out to meditate and to turn off all the general “white noise” of life, instead, is pure therapy for the mind, body and soul – and it’s important to find a way of achieving this if you possibly can.
There’s a huge amount of information out there on how to meditate – but the ultimate goal is to switch off the conscious mind or “ego” for a while and to simply “be” – and you will feel the benefit.
The problem is that most of us just don’t keep this up sufficiently – or we don’t do it properly. Getting to the right place and dismissing thoughts as they come into your head takes practice and it isn’t right for everyone. Some people simply find it impossible. But there are other ways you can “force” yourself into a meditative state which is so good for busy people. For example, repetitive exercise works for some people whilst for others an absorbing activity like doing a jigsaw puzzle, playing a musical instrument, singing or painting can have the desired effect.
Other people prefer massage, or some other form of physical treatment like an Indian head massage, or reflexology. It’s simply a matter of deciding what works best for you.