Stay Anchored Meditation: Release Your Inner Storm of Stress


Don’t let stress take over your life! Dive deeper into yourself with this guided visualization for relaxation and self-healing.

Ep. 98

Stress is a common problem that affects everyone at some point in their lives. Fortunately, there are several ways to reduce or eliminate the effects of stress on our body and mind.The physical effects of stress on the body can increase your heart rate and weaken the immune system.

Stop feeling overwhelmed and gain clarity and focus on what truly matters.  A stress relief meditation practice helps to reduce stress levels by focusing on the breath and calming the mind.  In addition to these benefits, consistent practice has been linked with improvements in overall well-being and happiness.

By loving yourself and taking care of you first, you can better help others around you. Release the inner storm of stress with this guided meditation. 


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More Ways to Reduce Stress:

1. Exercise

Physical exercise is one of the most effective ways to reduce stress and manage your anxiety in the long-term, as it releases endorphins that boost your mood and offer a sense of achievement. Try to find an exercise routine that works for you – anything from light jogging or walking to more intense workouts such as running or weightlifting.

2. Deep Breathing 

Deep breathing can help relax any tense muscle groups and slow down your heart rate in situations where you’re feeling especially anxious. Focus on breathing deeply through your abdomen rather than just your chest, which will also help regulate oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the body. 

3. Get Enough Sleep 

The importance of sleep cannot be overstated when it comes to combating stress and anxiety, as lack of sleep can easily become a contributing factor for why you’re feeling stressed out in the first place. Start small with making sure you get 7-8 hours of night time rest each day by setting a consistent wake up time and avoiding screens late at night.

4. Healthy Eating Habits 

Eating nutrient-rich meals throughout the day helps provide energy, nourishment, and clarity when dealing with stressful situations. Try to focus on eating fresh fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy fats — all key components for a balanced diet that can help stabilize your mood and keep you productive throughout the day. 

5. Connect With Your Loved Ones 

Many times when experiencing anxiety it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by our thoughts and shut out those close around us. However, staying connected with loved ones is one very powerful way to counter stress by providing emotional support during difficult moments or simply helping distract oneself from worries through positive conversations or activities together like playing board games or watching movies! 

6. Mindfulness Exercises 

Mindfulness exercises are an excellent tool for recognizing unhelpful thought patterns surrounding stressors while also teaching how best to approach challenges calmly instead of giving into panic or negative emotions right away which only exacerbate distressing feelings further.. A few techniques include meditation (i) focusing on breathing (ii) counting five good things that have happened during the day (iii) doing guided imagery exercises etc..  

7. Focus On The Present Moment 

Focusing on what is happening now rather than ruminating about events from the past or worrying about potential issues in the future helps keep tones stay grounded amidst periods of high distress – so try engage in soothing activities like reading books listening music going for walks et cetera which will really take out some this anxiousness hovering over us.



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Hello and welcome to Sailing Through Life! My name is Lorie. I am a 2-time melanoma cancer survivor and a sailor - in my heart and on the water. I want to be a beacon of light to others with life challenges and be an inspiration to stay positive while going through these life-altering events. Join me as I set sail on this new adventure... Sailing Through Life.

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