What Is Peace of Mind Therapy
Peace of mind is a mental state of peace and freedom from anxiety. When our minds are occupied with so many things and feel depressed or disturbed, it is overwhelming for us. Therefore, the actual need at the moment is a relaxed, calm, and content mind.
Peace of mind therapy and counselling
Are you feeling overwhelmed by negative self-talk? Are you anxious about a challenging situation? You do not need to worry; we are here with you. We believe that everyone deserves a peaceful and supportive environment where they can develop a meaningful connection to manage life’s challenging situations.
With our peace of mind therapy sessions, you will achieve a comfortable and enhanced mental state to function more productively.
Most of the time, people feel that they want to change, but they struggle to do it independently. At Cathryn Taylor, we use Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) for peace of mind therapy so that people can attain a more profound sense of self.
EFT is a structured approach to individual, couples, and family therapy. It is based on a clear image of emotional distress. It assists people to build their emotional intelligence so that they can manage their problems and live a better peaceful life. Emotions guide us about what is essential according to a particular situation, what we want, and what actions are suitable.
Most people spend their days running from one thing to another. We all have needs coming from various areas of our life, but we do not have sufficient time to give time to ourselves. And that is where our mind stops working with productivity and requires some peace to bring more productivity and creativity into our daily lives.
We are so overwhelmed about making our future secure in our daily lives. We hardly take some time to calm our minds and turn off our thoughts. To calm our minds, we should start practicing mindfulness meditation or start taking peace of mind therapy sessions.
How to find peace of mind?
Most mental health practitioners suggest mindfulness meditation to cope with problems like lowering stress levels, depression & anxiety and reducing harmful rumination. Research shows that mindfulness meditation also helps cope with social isolation and rejection. You can also get peace of mind through counselling and therapy sessions to calm and freshen up your mind.Moreover, there are a variety of ways to find peace of mind:
– Give yourself “Me Time”
How often do you feel stressed, overwhelmed, and rushed? It is common for anyone to feel these things when you are exhausted from daily life tasks. It happens because we do not have enough time for ourselves, especially these days when life is so fast.
It is also true that we allow ourselves to be the victims of our challenging schedules. It is the main reason for our disturbed minds. We always focus on fulfilling the responsibilities and demands of everyday life rather than focusing on mental relaxation. We forget that it is crucial to have a relaxed mind to bring more productivity to our tasks.
We should also focus on our peace of mind therapy. Make time and space so that you can give quality time to yourself. You will be more relaxed and rejuvenated when you give quality time to yourself.
– Be present in the moment.
Having peace of mind is not about completely clearing out your mind of all thoughts. It means to be present at the moment as it is. Be in the moment, feel it, and embrace it. There are a few things that you can follow to be in the present moment:
- Do not think about any other thing
- Do not judge anything
- Do not worry about past or future
Just be in the moment and enjoy it as it is. Your mind may divert you from one thing to another; to avoid this, you can focus on one thing so that your mind will not divert you to other stressful things. The goal of “be present at the moment” is to accept the current situation and thoughts as these are.
Moreover, keep your body comfortable, and your observance softened towards what you see.
– Build relationships with people
You can’t survive alone in life. You need someone to be with you to lead a happy and peaceful life. A healthy relationship with people you trust and love is a key to ease of mind and wellness of mind. When you are stressed, anxious, depressed, or lonely, you need someone around you to help you get through the situation carefully.
It would be best if you had someone with whom you could share how you are feeling and who could listen to you. Human connections are the most powerful and effective antidotes to cope with anxiety and depression, depriving you of ease of mind.
– Keep a journal
Journaling is the best and most effective practice for keeping out what is in your mind and heart. Get your chaotic and whirling thoughts out of your mind and write down everything in the notebook. Let the words fly out at you. Be yourself, do not modify, hide, or lie from yourself. Be the original you. The goal is not to look perfect but to become aware of what is going on in your head.
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Moreover, whenever you feel depressed or anxious, start journaling your thoughts and feelings. Journaling helps you take out your feelings from yourself and feel relieved.
– Be active
One of the most effective ways to take the stress out of your mind is to be active. This way, you will not be overwhelmed by your thoughts as your mind is occupied with doing other productive things that you enjoy. There are multiple ways to keep yourself active:
- Riding a bike
- Lifting weights
Therefore, exercise is one of the best ways to be active. It assists you in healing your body and mind as well as clearing your mind better than anything else you can imagine.
Furthermore, apart from these things you can do anything that you like. Staying active will not let your depressed or negative thoughts bother your mind.
– Spend time in nature
It is also an excellent way to get inner peace. Scenes of nature assist in reducing anger, depression, anxiety, stress, and fear. Nature gives you a pleasant feeling. Spending time in nature improves your emotions and plays a significant role in your physical well-being, better heart rate, releasing muscle tension, and accurate blood pressure.
It also boosts our ability to connect with other people and build new relationships. Moreover, we can heal, soothe, and restore our mental well-being by exposing ourselves to nature. Once you start spending time in nature, your mind will desire to spend more time in nature. Since nature and its sounds are so soothing and calming.