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Universal Wombans Day


May the movement of your momentum radiate the remnants of your remembrance. May the eternal being of your belonging be the immortality of your vitality. May the courage of your kindness cultivate the culture of your compassion. May the way you lead be the way you heal. May the volume of your hearing be the audibles of your authenticity. May the words that penetrate your peace piece together your potentiality. May this moment be the transformation of your transition into a today for a better tomorrow.





3.7.22 | M@g!c MORTALS : EverLasting ETERN@LLs


What makes the mind so magical?


That it's a part of the "mine" >> collectively.


Even the mind is a construct of everything within the human's experience, experiences and experiment.



Everything that's ever happened since birth is a part of the min(e/d) and that means its not a part of the mine; because the mine is a collective mind.


We are in need of nothing from every one.


The memories we're left with are the memoirs we're making.

Even more to the min(e/d) is that it was a construct even before birth.


For our destined pre-selection to arrive to Earth, the path was paved.


Our destinies intertwined with every soul we seek and every story we see.


The magic is that its an exploration project.


Our eMotions are what revive the IM+MORTAL.


What is rejuvenated through our grace is the pace of this phase.


The magic of the now is the adventure of the analog presets of our possibilities.

Which reality is my self with in?

Which realm could I do with out?


To be better, release the bitter. I . E. >> In other words.


The letters are our stories; connected together as formations of our morphations.


The way we chameleonize the catalysts is the micro and macro magnificence of our min(e/d).


What is possessed by a body is owned by the universe.

What is powered by the universe is made possible through the morals moving through their minds and by their selves.


We are eternal evolutions existing as entities of identities.


The selves of our designed destiny infuse our forever as a self of magic -


an "i" of the here and now. A "u" of the merror of the meracles.





BRILLIANT BRAIN BREAK



Excerpt from 05.14.2020 | "All Aboard the Anxious Train"




Imagine yourself aboard a train.


Pause. Breathe. Be.


All of a sudden, you hear your thoughts echoing over the intercom:

"All aboard the anxious train"


Pause. Breathe. Be.


Your thoughts kick in:


Where are we going? How many stops are there?

When was this train built? Is it old? Is it new?

How fast will it go? Why?

Does it have an emergency brake system?

When was the last time it was tested?

Who's going to be on this train? Have they had background checks? Am I safe?


These are only a handful of the thoughts an anxious mind will have - all within a few minutes.


Pause. Breathe. Be.


Along with these thoughts, a few other symptoms always accompany this sense of panic:


  • sweating

  • trembling

  • lack of concentration

  • irritability

  • increased heart rate

There are dozens more of signs and symptoms pertinent to anxiety.


Furthermore, it should be noted that there are several types of anxiety disorders. It's best to consult with a doctor or medical professional to diagnose symptoms you may be experiencing.


This is a glimpse into my experience of suffering with anxiety.

Yes, suffering. It's natural to worry; however, there were years of my life wasted on worries that never happened.


Restless nights, skin breakouts, and panic attacks consumed my life to say the least.


Anxiety was the toxic boyfriend I couldn't break up with.

After realizing I was doing everything to seemingly improve my life, I still suffered - from myself.


I was my own worst enemy from how much I'd feel worried about simple things or felt like I would physically be somewhere but my mind and body were completely elsewhere.


Honestly, throughout it all, I didn't even know that I had anxiety. I thought it was a loosely used term by over-dramatic people. Yes, ignorance of mine at its finest to think that.


Anxiety is difficult to even explain.


How do you explain to someone what's going on in your head when you don't even know what's going on in your head?


Does any of this sound like you or what you're feeling?


Pause. Breathe. Be.


After going through multiple traumatic experiences all within a short time period, life was literally unbearable.


My thoughts were spiraling to an extremely dark place. I needed help.


I sought help.

COPING TECHNIQUES


What makes you feel more aware?


What improves your mood and is harmless to yourself and your surroundings?


In addition to professional therapy and self-help books, the following are a variety of techniques that I've found helpful to ease my anxiety.


  • Grounding: Use the 5,4,3,2,1 technique: 5 objects you can see, 4 objects you can feel, 3 things you can hear, 2 things you can smell, then finish with one affirmation.

  • Breathing: Practice 4-7-8 breathing technique. Deeply breathe in through your nose for four seconds. Hold it for seven seconds, then take an even bigger breath out for 8 seconds. Release through your lips - making a soft 'woosh' sound. Repeat this at least three times or as needed.

  • Affirmations: Repeat: "I am safe at this moment. I am aware of my surroundings. What I am experiencing is only temporary. I am not defined by anxiety. My reality is mine and I am in control."

  • Physical space: Leave the room you're in; go for a drive; take a timed walk; dance.

  • Self Soothe: Practice your self care routine; savor a pleasant scent; use essential oils; take a warm bath; drink fragrant tea

  • Distractions: Find three yellow things; count by two's; sing a nursery rhyme


Simply recognizing that you're feeling anxious is a positive step in overcoming the struggle.


Once you recognize it, explore it.


Understand why - one thought at a time.


Write it down.

Break down each thought at a time.


You can even create it in a diagram form and branch thoughts out as they come.


Get to the root of where your thoughts are coming from and why they're getting to where they are.

Then, sit back and reflect: which of these thoughts are actual realistic concerns?


By taking these steps, you're more cognizant of your thoughts and thus, can control them better.


Furthermore, the thoughts will be controlled before turning into actions.


Embrace your thoughts and feel the emotions alongside them.


This will allow you to comprehend why you're feeling what you're feeling when anxiety strikes. It too is a form of self-care.


Eventually, you'll find peace amid the chaos.


I wish you peace amid the chaos.



Amera's Book Recommendations:




SWEET TREAT

  • Begin by saying your dream out loud. "It's a message to both you and others about what you think is possible." Oprah Winfrey

  • Empowered women empower women #InternationalWomensDay

  • “Be undeniably good. No marketing effort or social media buzzword can be a substitute for that” Anthony Volodkin

  • “Your reputation is more important than your paycheck, and your integrity is worth more than your career.” — Ryan Freitas

  • Before you assume, learn. Before you judge, understand why. Before you hurt someone, feel. Before you speak, think.





Yours Truly,


A Meracle



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