5 Techniques to Quiet Your Mind

5 Techniques to Quiet Your Mind

Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. Peace means to be in the midst of all those things and still be calm in your heart.” – Unknown

Although it seems extremely difficult in the beginning, freeing your mind is possible.  Human beings are adaptable, which allows them to pick up on new habits over and over again.  In this way, the brain becomes rewired as we have installed chaos in our mind.  To turn things around and create a peaceful mind, try out the following techniques which works wonders when it comes to regaining control of your mind.

5 Techniques to Quiet Your Mind
  1. Focus on the positive aspects of yourself and your surroundings

People have generally allowed negative thinking to prevail, creating the mass disorder, chaos, and confusion we see around us daily.  The good news is that something as simple as shifting your focus to things that make you happy or thankful for can help you think more positively. As a result, you will start to feel much calmer, more peaceful, and happier as you no longer put emphasis on negativity.

  1. Repeat peaceful words to yourself during the day

Most of our thoughts revolve around things that have happened today, the things someone has said that made us angry, or degrading thoughts about ourselves.  While keeping a consistent positive mindset is not easy, countering the stress-inducing and negative thoughts is possible.

Each time you feel anxious or stressed out, repeat peaceful worlds to yourself such as love, serenity, peace, calm, light, tranquil, beach, breeze, and relaxing.

  1. Meditate on a regular basis

When you meditate, you stop the flow of thoughts and move into a peaceful space.  Although you don’t necessarily have to turn off your brain to meditate, controlling your breaths and closing your eyes is a good idea.  Meditation works wonders for bringing awareness in the body and making it easier to deal with daily challenges.

  1. Live in the here and now

Forget about the bills you have to pay next month or the uncertainty of your future.  Giving consideration to thoughts like this may lead to chronic stress, anxiety, and depression.  Most depression and anxiety problems stem from living in a time different than here and now.

  1. Leave the city for a while and connect with nature

This could mean going on a short trip or even going to the nearby park to get away from the stress of your daily life.   Anything you can do to connect with nature will benefit your mind.  This is not surprising at all, given that we originated in a place of pure harmony.

There’s no Wi-Fi in the forest, but I promise you will find a better connection.” – Unknown