Life is Precious

Motivational Blib Blob

Life is precious. Always strive to improve it mentally.

Mental Health See-Saw

Your life is precious. Don’t neglect it but always strive for more to improve it. Remember, improving your existence doesn’t mean to gain more of the materialistic possessions. It means to acknowledge the present moment. The present moment is

– what you hear

– what you see

– what you smell

– what you physically sense

Stop for a moment and just look around you. Notice details of objects, people and nature surrounding you. Feel the ground under your feet, if you are holding a rail on a bus think about its colour and its surface. It’s very simple. This is what we call active meditation, by actively meditating you are allowing your mind to rest for a while.

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Snowflakes of Thoughts

Life is real

Life with anxiety can be difficult, you fall and raise, and the whole pattern repeat itself over and over again. I have been through a lot, at the age of 27, I feel like I’m wiser and stronger and it seems that the anxiety made me tougher and more resilient. It has been a battle from very low self esteem, overwhelming thoughts, overanalysing the world around me to paralysing panic attacks. My life has changed. I do my best trying to be positive and keeping myself occupied by all possible means. I  want to develop myself and achieve so much more in my spiritual life because I feel that what ever I have got is not enough. I’m thankful and grateful for it but I haven’t reached my limit yet. I’m going to look after and nurture my inner self in order to welcome peace and more wisdom in to my existence.

I just want to let you know that if you have a life partner- the anxiety- the puppet for life you are not alone. It’s manageable to live a good and productive life with it. My wish is to learn to ignore the symptoms in the way that they will be mostly unnoticeable to me. 

Life is a journey…

Happy Holidays !!! 🎅🏿🎅🏻🎅👼🏿👼🏼👼🏻 

Creative cookies on a overloaded tree of mine🎄🌲🎄

My favourite quote:

“There are no beautiful surfaces without a terrible depth.”

Fredrich Nitzsche