Mindfulness and Affirmations

On yesterday I had a complete breakdown, anxiety attack and all. My chest hurt, my head hurt, and my breathing was just to fast. I hadn’t felt this way in a long time, usually my meds kick in. I was so overwhelmed with heartache for my son, that I couldn’t think straight….then I decided to practice what I preach. I sat and ask Alexa to play some meditation music and did my breathing. Inhaling the negative, exhaling the positive. My breathing started to slow, I was a little more relaxed. I felt my blood pressure was sky-high and my head was swimming. I couldn’t stand, so I sat for a few and just prayed. After much-needed prayer and a little meditation, I decided to recite some affirmations to myself, I said them, believed them, and prayed about them. Needless to say I felt a little better, it didn’t hurt that my ladies from Diamonds and Pearls sent a prayer to me. And wouldn’t you know it, my son called!! He didn’t have long,  just enough to tell me a joke, and that he loved me. All I needed was to hear his voice, my sweet boy!! 

Ms. Fran 

“The answers you seek never come when the mind is busy, they come when the mind is still” -Yoga


One thought on “Mindfulness and Affirmations

  1. Donnalee says:

    Good for you. It can be hard to learn to be present and just breathe during the good, the bad, the boring same old same old. A lot of times I pay no attention, and then I have those choking things where if I don’t do it right that’s the end, and THEN I get reminded to pay attention to it. That’s my body’s version of an app to remind me–I guess it could be called app-nea, like sleep apnea. And I’m glad you heard from your son and he sounded okay. Prayers can be excellent things.

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