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The Ultimate Self – Care Toolkit for Powerful Transformation

In this time of self-isolation, people are feeling lonelier than ever. They can’t help but notice the things they had been running away from. Even though there is such a gloomy situation across the globe, we can contribute to it either positively or negatively. Either we can let us get affected by the rising figures of deaths and worrying to the point we disrupt our lives, or we can use this time wisely and look at it as an opportunity to know ourselves better.

Remember, everything is energy, and whatever you choose to do, it goes around to a lot of people. You can want to spread hope or gloom. It is tough to look at this situation as an opportunity, but it is undoubtedly one in disguise. You can use this time to heal yourself from your past traumas and come out as a brand-new person.

During my journey I had some realizations which you can take these as the guidelines for using the toolkit that I am going to talk about now.

  1. To move on from the pain, you need to feel it. You need to face the situation and look at the truth—no made-up stories. The pain will be immense, but emotions are meant to be felt.

  2. You can’t heal yourself till the time you sit with yourself alone without any external influence. Getting to the root of the thoughts that you have while overthinking helps to find the past experiences that are haunting you.

  3. Ignoring is only a temporary solution.

  4. Happiness is an emotion, and one cannot lead a happy life always. So is sadness, emotions make life more exciting, and all of them are equally important.

Throughout this journey of self-discovery, I found some things that worked wonders for me. So, here I have put them under the name of a toolkit so that you can pick what you feel resonates with you and customize accordingly.

1. Journaling

Journaling is a therapy in itself. If you want to make a decision, journal the pros and cons. If you want to know what’s bothering you, keep writing all the little things, and you will end up finding the big reason. This is because it helps you to see what is in your head on a paper. It enables you to give a third-person perspective.

If you are a more artistic and super detailed planner, you can try bullet journaling as well. The point of all of this is to write down what you feel. If you have trouble starting, just sit down, open a notebook and write the first thing that comes to your mind. It can be about a task you need to do. Then, let it flow from there. At times, you will be stunned to see what you have written. Or you can take help of journaling prompts available all over the internet.

2. Put your faith in something

People usually describe this thing as a passion. Now you can call it that, but it can be something normal as well. For me, it was the Law of Attraction. It introduced me to the concept of Universe and Spirit Guides, and I had my experiences to strengthen my faith in them.

If you are religious, put your faith in God. If you have a hobby, put your trust and energy in it with the intention that it will heal you. This is necessary because you might not be able to love yourself, but by investing your trust in something that provides you solace, you can renew your relationship with yourself.

3. Meditation (Not the regular one)

Some people find meditation boring because it is all about breathing in and out for them. They feel they can’t sit still and focus on one thing. The truth is our mind can only focus on one thing at a time. The duration of how long it focuses can vary.

Meditation can be anything. It can be dancing, painting, cooking or even writing a story. All of these activities help you focus on a thought or multiple related thought and lift your mood. You can move onto the breathing techniques once you realize what they are meant for, i.e., to bring you back to the present moment and calm you down.

4. Mirror Talk

This can also be called as living intentionally. Stand in front of a mirror and talk to yourself. You can do this before giving a test, going for an interview, or maybe every day. Give yourself a pep talk and set an intention for how you want the day/event to go.

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