A Guided Meditation to boost immunity, reduce anxiety & protect you from PTSD in 2020
It’s important to protect your long term health as well as your current risk due to the new coronavirus with resilience building strategies.
Mindfulness activities like meditation have been proven to boost immune function and decrease negative psychological symptoms such as anxiety and depression. If your emotions are running high and patience is running low, watch this replay of a live discussion on EMOTIONAL TRIGGERS and EASING ANXIETY. This is critical now as we are seeing cases of addiction and eating disorders spike, and we will soon see many stress-related health conditions flare up, along with suicide.
In the short term, this stressful event increases production of proteins that provoke inflammation. Over the long term, chronic elevation of the inflammatory proteins decrease our ability to heal and fight infection, and even increases our risk of osteoporosis and diabetes.
You were born #RESILIENT. So meditate with me today to strengthen some of your resilience muscles.
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You have the power to recover, rise and thrive!
Resilience is an inborn trait. It is part of your innate survival capacity. This means you can rebound after a setback and even bounce forward with more strength and wisdom. This potential can be nurtured and enhanced. You can proactively and consciously choose to develop your ability to manage stress, recover from burnout and thrive despite extreme challenges by developing a stress-resistant personality. This book will show you how.
In The Top 10 Traits of Highly Resilient People, Dr. Andrea Pennington presents 21 real life stories of people from various backgrounds and cultures who have dug deep within themselves to heal and move forward after facing difficult circumstances. These were sometimes life threatening, and often led to rock bottom or burnout. What these stories all have in common is how they prove that the traits of resilience can be built and enhanced with intention so that we can thrive after trauma, and experience more growth than we thought possible. There is great hope and inspiration to be found here.
This book has 10 sections with stories covering each of the top 10 traits of resilience, giving the reader examples from each of the traits that Dr. Andrea has taught her students and clients alike over the years.
What many people find is that they have 2 or 3 of these resilience traits in abundance, but others were barely on their radar. The aim of this book is not only to inspire hope, but to show the reader where the gaps in their resilience traits might be, so that they can cultivate those traits and become happier and more resilient than ever.
The authors in this book come from all walks of life with a range of life experiences; from the stages of Broadway and the dizzy heights of Dubai’s business world, to understaffed hospital wards, a veterinary clinic, and in places all over the world.
Featuring stories by:
- Berit Bosdal
- Helga Birgisdottir
- Sarah Kate Brandis
- Alexsa Covelli
- Bruce Cryer
- Eric Gerson
- Susan Edwards
- Rob Goddard
- Cynthia Harrison
- Malin Hedlund
- Lene Kirk
- Deri Llewellyn-Davies
- Willow McIntosh
- Catherine McLeod
- Joana Soares
- Gerd Stautland
- Jill Stocker
- Ashild Tilrem
- Mona Winbrant
- Ann Marie Wyrsch