Last Updated on 8th April 2020
We usually reserve the health and well-being posts for the New Year when like us we know you’re all in need of a much needed detox after the New Year festivities but after the stress of fashion month we’ve found ourselves not only battling fashion flu but generally feeling under the weather and in need of a spiritual MOT.
Achieving a more positive outlook on life can often incorporate a spiritual element through practices such as meditation, yoga and even tarot readings. Looking after your spiritual health can have an incredibly positive impact on your overall mental well-being, which in turn can do wonders for your physical well-being and ultimately help you achieve a healthy balance in your life.
Unfortunately, today’s busy lifestyles mean that it’s common for many of us to feel anxious, down and just not quite ‘right’, more often than not. The good news, however, is that there are plenty of ways in which you can help yourself to climb out of the “stressed” rut that you’re currently in. So, how to begin getting your health and well-being in tip top shape? The first step is to choose a practice or method which suits you.
To achieve balance in mind, body and soul, meditative yoga is a great option. As well as relaxing the mind it’s also extremely beneficial for your body and ultimately your soul.
If you prefer to explore both your spiritual and psychic side, in which case opting for methods such as tarot reading could well be your preferred option. Using your spare time to train to be a psychic reader or medium might prove to be a fulfilling way to unwind.
On the more conventional side, therapy techniques such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) have been proven to be very effective at dealing with anxiety and stress. A form of talking therapy, CBT helps to manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. There’s tons of info online with regards to CBT and you can seek further advice from your GP.
Whichever method you choose, be sure to always make your health and well-being a priority!
*Updated October 2017