Tips to find peace in a chaotic world (part 2)

This is the continuation of the previous post, if you haven’t read it yet you can see it here 😊


✨ Set three daily goals. This is a manageable number and allows you the time and mental energy needed to focus on them mindfully and thoroughly.


✨ If your body is tense throughout the day, take a moment to relax. Take a deep breath, relax your shoulders, and unclench your jaw.


✨ Create a tea or coffee ritual. All you really need to do is slow down. Pay attention to what you are doing and savor the taste.


✨ Have a mindful bath. Take a time out, turn the lights down. Let the water flow over your body and focus on the sensations and warmth you feel.


✨ Stand up and breathe. Feel your connection to the earth.


✨ Simply observe. Lift your eyes and take in your surroundings. Observe something in your environment that is pleasant and be grateful for it and its beauty.


✨ Set a timer for 60 seconds and focus solely on your breathing. Notice how it sound and how your body feels.


✨ Keep a daily journal. Focus on sensory details and write as a passive observer. This will help to limit any judgment when you check in with your emotions and thoughts.


✨ Take a deep breath and close your eyes. Mentally list 5 things you feel grateful for. This can shift your thoughts from negative to positive.


✨Focus on the moment. A basic tip is to stop comparing the present with the past and focus on what is happening at the moment. It could be as simple as focusing your attention on a task you are doing.


✨ Smile in the mirror. This may seem ridiculous, but it has many benefits to your well-being. It slows the heart, relaxes the body, and releases hormones to counteract stress.


✨ Walking is very calming on the body, mind, and spirit. Start by finding a suitable location. Observe the environment around you, stop and focus on the trees, the foliage, and the ground you are walking on.


✨ Think of the things you can do for others; even small acts of kindness can improve your relationships and enhance your compassion.


✨ Find a quiet place, sit comfortably, close your eyes and open yourself to the sensations of your 5 senses. Listen to the sounds, let your mind focus on the listening.


✨ Close your eyes and take long, deep breaths. Imagine yourself walking on the beach. Use all of your senses; feel the sun, listen to the sounds of the waves and touch the warm sand. Stay here as long as your like, immerse yourself in the experience.


✨ Instead of judging what someone is saying, mindfully listen to them, and give attention to what is being said.


✨ Break down your work periods into 25-minute intervals. This increases productivity by focusing intensely your attention on a task for a short period of time.


✨ You may find that you hurry through meals without savoring the flavors. Learn to use all your senses to experience food.


I hope these mindfulness tips inspire you to find new and creative ways to remain focused and centered without allowing intrusive thoughts, worries, or fears to permeate your mind. Remember to have an open mind, start small, be patient, and be consistent.

20 Replies to “Tips to find peace in a chaotic world (part 2)”

  1. My deepest thanks 😊

  2. Thanks 🥰

    1. I really appreciate it , and I’ll try to do it 👍👍✨🌹

    2. How can i even express my feeling. I love this blog. When i read smiling in the mirror i realize that i am not an idiot this actually have an explanation .thanks for this by the way love the way u explained.👌🏻

  3. Thank you👼🏻

  4. Awesome expository message… Thank you Katie ❤️❤️❤️

  5. I really enjoyed it. Thank you

    1. Thank you🤗

  6. Thulisile Shaw says: Reply

    Awesome thanks 😇🤗

  7. Prajyot ❤️ says: Reply

    Thank you so much ✨😇

  8. Sounds so simple, I will start practicing it. I’m very much happy I downloaded this app and I love how it keeps me in check. I’m a overthinker so I’m really trying to focus and channel my thoughts.

    1. Thank you

  9. Thank you

    1. Pallabi ghosh says: Reply

      It’s really helpful for me thank you so much

    2. Thanks for sharing! Im looking forward to trying it out, see the results. 🙂

  10. thanks full for every word and motives

  11. Aaryan Sharma says: Reply

    This is so good. Helps me a lots. My no one problem is anxiety and I battle it by walking in a calm street, focusing on the surroundings. Thanks

    -Aaryan

    1. You constantly inspire me. Thank you so much!!

  12. Thanks🥰

  13. Thank you
    It is gold

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