How Self-Healing Positively Affects Menopause

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What comes into your mind when you hear about “self-healing”?

Is it making peace with the troubles of the past? Having a positive outlook? Creating a daily routine that brings out the best in you? 🤔

Apparently, self-healing can mean differently to every woman. The only fact that remains constant about it is its importance for our mind, emotional state and even physical health!

At this age, we’ve certainly been through a lot of midlife challenges and experiences. But what matters most is… WE SURVIVED. You’ve reached this far, strong woman. And this time, we deserve all the peace, love and gentleness in the world — things that should start within you. 💖

How Self-Healing Positively Affects Menopause

Importance of Maintaining Inner Peace and Strength in Midlife

There’s a clear connection between how your brain thinks and how your body feels. Just like how you use your body in exercising to reduce your mental stress, you can also use your mind and master your emotions to improve your body!

By simply changing the way you think and taking charge of your mind, you can improve your physical health and well-being! While positive thinking won’t cure everything, a healthy mind and heart are key components to a healthy body.

As Hippocrates, the ancient Greek physician, said: “The natural healing force within each of us is the greatest force in getting well.” This means, maintaining inner peace definitely brings us mental clarity and better emotional well-being — PRICELESS FEELINGS FOR MENOPAUSE! But little did we know that being at peace promotes better physical health too. 😍

These are just general things to mention, but if you’ll look at them more closely… these benefits are vital for our overall midlife health. Read further and discover these practical ways to clear your path for self-healing!

9 Practical Ways to Clear A Path for Self-Healing

1. Slow Down

Sometimes, slowing down is the best way to speed up. Everything can go loco around us during menopause, especially with the fast-paced lifestyle we live! Before we know it, we’re already too burnt out, physically and mentally. 😥

Did you know that the easiest and quickest way to slow down and give our body the support it needs is by breathing? When we breathe properly, we produce more happy hormones like serotonin, dopamine and endorphins; plus, we can regulate our stress levels!

As a result, we can effectively manage most of our symptoms like mood swings, stress, anxiety, depression and sleep problems. We can also lower blood pressure, hot flashes and night sweats by simply breathing right!

Wondering how to breathe the right way? Head on to our article about good breathing techniques here! 👉 Good Breathing Technique to Lose Weight and Reduce Stress!

Good Breathing Technique to Lose Weight and Reduce Stress!

2. Find Your Power Source

Without a power source, we couldn’t have the energy we need for our lights and home appliances to function. The very same logic goes for us!

Each of us has a unique power source that enables, strengthens and motivates us to do the things we do daily.

This “power source” could be your family, your pet, your old-time friends, your garden, your favorite getaway place or your hobby! If it’s something that gives you the drive and fire to live life vibrantly, THAT IS YOUR POWER SOURCE — acknowledge it and find time for it. 💖

3. Avoid Things That Drain You

Most of the time, we can get overfamiliar with the routines we do and the people we see daily. This can make us unaware of the kind of energy we are absorbing! 🙅

Golden woman, it is important to learn the art of detecting good energy and bad energy. You’ll know that you are surrounded with good energy when it boosts your feelings of well-being, dissolves your worries or sets you into a “light and bright” mood! On the other hand, bad energy tends to create conflicts, regrets, anxieties or resentment.

Being mindful of the energy you welcome is the primary key to ensure an enjoyable menopause journey! Protect your own energy and be wise with the energy you allow into you daily life. At this time of your life, be sensitive to things, people and practices you embrace! Most probably, we’ve already met all sorts of stress in midlife… So, it’s about time to shift your own energy with light, uplifting and inspiring spirits!

Surround yourself with things that make you feel “recharged” — you’ll be more at peace, like you’ve never ever been before. 😉

4. Mindfulness

James Allen, a British philosophical writer, once said: “Self-control is strength. Right thought is mastery. Calmness is power.”

Research shows that when we incorporate mindfulness into our daily activities, it can highly improve the quality of our life. Most especially in midlife, where our hormones hugely influence how we feel and think! But what exactly is mindfulness, and how do we practice it? 🤔

Rick Hanson, author of “The Practical Neuroscience of Buddha’s brain” defines being mindful as having good control over your attention.

“The attention can be placed wherever you want. It stays there and when you want to move your attention to something else you can”. He added: “Attention is like a spotlight and what it illuminates streams into the mind and shapes your brain. So, developing greater control over attention is the single most powerful way to reshape the brain and thus the mind.”

Greater mindfulness can be cultivated through yoga and meditation practices. Get started with yoga by learning some techniques in our article here! 👉 Benefits of Yoga for Menopause

Easy ways to start yoga and why it's a great exercise for menopause!

5. Travel and Have an Adventure

Travelling brings you to a new perspective. It makes you realize that you are just a tiny speck in a vast universe. It widens your thinking, especially when you feel too overwhelmed! 💕

Whether you enjoy swimming at the beach, seeing the sunrise or sunset beneath the clouds while you’re on a flight, summiting mountain peaks, getting to know a new destination or culture, embracing the great outdoors — these can all refresh your mind, loosen you up emotionally and improve your mood!

For me, adventure is the greatest teacher. Dare to try going solo at least once in your life… You’ll see how it provides a breathless avenue for experiential learning and self-discovery. 🛫

6. Be Grounded

Earthing, also known as “grounding”, is a method of reconnecting with nature. When we go barefoot on the soil, grass, concrete or the beach, we absorb the earth’s natural electrons through the soles of our feet… helping us feel lighter and better! 😍

As long as you are in direct contact with the earth’s ground, you are practicing the art of “earthing” or “grounding.” Earthing allows us to naturally absorb electrons, which carry negative charges. It balances the excess positive charges that we feed our bodies every day.

If you are spending this time of your life with so much time in front of the computer, holding your mobile phone or using electric appliances, you will benefit the most from grounding! 🤗 These habits feed us with more positive charges. When not regulated, it could disrupt our body’s normal function, especially when it comes to our hormones’ production!

Check out our article here and discover more about the benefits of grounding in menopause! 👉 Earthing or Grounding – The Natural Detoxifying

Earthing or Grounding – The Natural Detoxifying Antioxidant

7. Make Positive Affirmations

Have you ever tried aiming for something and it seems so hard to achieve it successfully? You want it so bad, but what could possibly prevent you from reaching that goal? 😐

The unfortunate answer is… your own unconscious mind is probably to blame for sabotaging your success. No matter how much you consciously want to achieve something, you will continue to be unsuccessful unless you address the beliefs deep in your unconscious mind. You see, your unconscious mind is a lot more powerful than your conscious mind. This is where the benefits of positive affirmations step in!

Affirmations are positive thoughts you intentionally come up with to support, encourage and calm your mind and body. They can be statements used to challenge negative, depressing or anxiety-producing thoughts and beliefs. Affirmations can be used to influence your thinking patterns, behavioral habits, mood and overall health in menopause! 💝

Here’s a video to get you started and keep you guided, so you can make your own powerful affirmations too! [I AM Morning Affirmations for Women | Powerful Guided Meditation 432 Hz Healing Frequency]

Eager to know more about nurturing a positive mindset? Visit our article about this topic right here! 👉 Positive Mindset for Better Menopause and Better Life

How a Positive Mindset in Menopause Makes Your Journey Easier

8. Fasting

Here’s to hitting two birds with one stone!

Fasting doesn’t only promote weight loss, dear… It also improves mood, memory and cognitive function! 😊

While it can be stressful to go without food, the fasting effect can benefit better control of mood changes. Instead of experiencing negative moods and anxiety, the lack of food will increase the presence of adaptive chemicals to protect the brain and body!

Simply speaking, food restriction will enhance a positive mood and reduce the chances of mood swings! Specifically, intermittent fasting is associated with increased levels of serotonin in the brain. This rise in serotonin can be an explanation for intermittent fasting strategies to reduce chronic headaches and migraines! 👌

If this caught your attention and interest, head on to our article about intermittent fasting. You’ll be surprised with more benefits it can offer for menopause! 👉 Why I Love Intermittent Fasting + How to Fast for Menopause!

Why I Love Intermittent Fasting + How to Fast for Menopause!

9. Eat Food That Strengthens You Mentally and Emotionally

If you think that food only influences us physically, then I’m glad you’re reading this right now!

The food we eat affects our mood, feelings and cognitive function. Working on your physical, mental and emotional health while you are improving your diet strengthens your efforts in every area of your life — leading to an improved overall sense of well-being!

Listen to this video from Mind UK for great tips on how to manage your mood with food! 👉 [How to manage your mood with food | 8 tips]

Takeaway

There are countless roads you can take to reach your destination: self-healing. At the end of the day, you get to choose which track suits you best and makes your journey easier!

There’s more to midlife than living it with mental worries, emotional burdens and physical problems! Take that first step to self-healing now and seize your golden days. 💜

“Self-healing is the genuine process of the relationship between the physical and the infinite power of the soul.”

Harbhajan Singh, Yogi

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