The power of self-healing and 12 proven strategies
Do you believe in the power of self-healing?
In my personal experience, I believe in the power of self-healing and have been practicing it for a while now.
The more I nurture this belief the stronger my ability to heal myself becomes.
I have had many experiences in healing myself and others. I am proof that the power of the mind to heal is real.
I have studied the power of self-healing for many years. Now, all the things I believed for many years are being proven by quantum physics.
I am grateful that I am on the right path. I am grateful for this confirmation.
I increase my ability to heal myself. I continually work with my affirmations of self-healing.
I am proud of all the times I have healed myself and others through positive affirmations and thoughts. I am a powerful healer of my life.
All the things I have studied are paying off. Everything I do now increases my ability to heal. At the same time, I keep my ego in check.
Today, regardless of where I go, or what I do, I now take these gifts with me in the toolbox of my mind.
From time to time, we all experience unfortunate events, situations, and traumas. Although traumas might involve physical injuries and damage, they can also be emotional.
If unaddressed, the results of these emotion experiences can last for years.
Today, we’re focusing on the emotional aspects of trauma and what you can do to expedite your recovery. Take some time to look back at your life and see if there are any old hurts that could use your attention. You can also use this as a guide the next time you experience an intense situation that leaves you emotionally smarting for a while.
12 proven coping strategies to help you heal and thrive:
1. Compliment yourself on making it through
You’re here and you’re alive. Whether your trauma involved only emotions or physical injury as well, the fact is that you’re strong enough to have survived.
2. Allow time to recuperate
You may not be completely recovered by next week. Healing from emotional trauma takes time and rest. In the evenings after work, allow yourself some time to relax.
3. Take it easy on yourself
Depending on your emotional trauma, you may still be going to work and carrying out your everyday life while you’re healing. Maybe you didn’t finish every task you wanted to complete while at work. Remind yourself that you’re doing what you can to get better and will soon be as efficient as ever.
4. Think positive
Long known to conquer many afflictions, think positive thoughts will help you speed up your healing. When you’re thinking troubling thoughts like, “I feel so sad today,” remind yourself, “I’m taking important steps each day to feel better.”
5. Find moments in each day to do what you like to do
Even if it’s just for 30 minutes a day, sit outdoors and watch the birds, work on the bookshelf you’re building, or check out your social media websites. Staying in touch with the things you love will speed your recovery.
6. Let yourself cry
If you feel emotions building up inside you, it’s quite natural to want to release them by having a good cry. Crying will provide some relief and help you leave some of your pain behind you. Go ahead and cry.
7. Listen to the music you love
Nothing brings joy to the soul in quite the same manner as music. Your prescription is: listen to music each day for at least 15 minutes. Some days you’ll find yourself extending that time a bit and maybe even singing along. Music will help you heal.
8. Pamper yourself
If ever there’s a time to indulge in the creature comforts you love, it’s whenever you’re healing from trauma. On your day off, lie on the couch and read a book. Play games all day with your kids. Take a nice long walk with your best friend or on yourself connecting with nature.
9. Watch situation comedies on television
Laughing is good for your emotional healing process. You’ve probably seen a few comedies that you find humorous and entertaining. Now’s the time to ensure you watch a few every week. This is a bit of healthy escapism.
10. Incorporate physical movement into your day
Provided the doctor says it’s okay, engage in some physical activity each day. Go for a swim. Lift weights, or get on the treadmill. Physical exercise releases endorphins, the “feel good” hormones.
11. Surround yourself with the people you love
Play with your kids. Talk to your partner. Call your best friend. Invite your brother over for a visit. Remind yourself of all the positive people you have in your life and take advantage of their loving care and support.
12. Recognise when you need professional help
Allowing your emotional injuries to prevent you from living a full life is unproductive, at least after the initial few weeks or months. Instead, call a local mental health professional to help you sort through your challenging times.
Healing emotionally after a trauma takes time, patience, and effort. Put the above strategies into action to speed your emotional recovery. Trust that you’ll be better soon and discover the rich, full time that’s waiting for you.
You’ll feel like you can handle anything as your brain becomes capable of understanding and dealing with the complexities of life. How do you practice self-leadership in developing a positive mindset that helps you to heal and thrive?
Today’s post discusses the neuroscience behind how trauma impacts the brain. Learn about the role of neuroscience in the process of experiencing traumas and its role in recovery.
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