Did you know that it is easier neurologically for you to become upset, anxious or negative than it is for you to be relaxed, happy and optimistic?
Why the heck are we wired that way?
It's about safety. Our brains are wired to make sure we don't make the same mistake twice or do something that could harm us.
But, if you don't turn on some happy, optimistic and calm circuits, your brain can get entrained into "thinking" that you are in need to defend yourself and every system in your body will stay in high alert, in flight, fight or freeze mode.
Can you easily change something that is deeply hardwired within your neurology?
You can quickly relax, soothe your nervous system and create changes in emotional, physical and mental health.
There are specific ways to find your inner glow, your authentic smile and to push your happy buttons throughout the day.
You don't have to find a unicorn, go to an exotic place or be anything other than who you are—there's a trick to creating happiness, calm and optimism.
It's not a magic trick but it sure brings back a magical feeling of optimism and wonder when calm, peace and happiness settle into your daily life.
Say goodbye to worry, stress and overwhelm—no matter what is happening in your life right now.
Take a moment to yawn, stretch and softly stroke your forearms. It really is that simple.
Get a sip of water, a cup of tea, or anything that feels pleasing and nurturing to you. As many times a day that you take these small actions, gradually, you will rewire your brain. Neuroscientists suggest these quick tips to shift our brains out of fear, survival and its conditioned pattern of remaining on high alert.
And if you need help drifting easily into sleep: I highly recommend finding a book you love to read before bed. Unwind and let your mind begin to feel the serenity of sleep heading its way.
Plus, in this site, I include a free meditation that you can do before bed to gently coax your nervous system into dreamtime bliss:
CLICK HERE to download it.