Allowing Stress to be a Signal of Awareness

Living life in the 3D reality can be stressful and oftentimes it impacts health, love relationships, creative process as well as decreases our passion for living. Stress reduction is possible but not as a quick fix, but rather, a long-term change and solution. It is important to recognize the signal of stress as a signal that something in ourselves is out of balance, harmony and we are about to enter in a frenzy zone.

Stress can rapidly age a person from the inside out. Thus one can feel older and more exhausted than one’s age. Stress can also impact the overall health and well-being where it prompts the body to show disease. If stress is left unchecked, a crisis point will become the “red-flag” that has to be address.

This can change if you are willing to explore through increase in self-knowledge and then application to change things.

Is it possible to use stress as a signal to transform? Yes through awareness, one then has choice and then a plan of action to make necessary changes. Is it possible to reduce stress-filled living and lifestyle? Yes. I have done this as many others have too. Life can be experienced in a happier and empowered way. Are you ready to make the changes required?

With the appropriate guidance and grounded wisdom this change can be a powerful long-term one plus children or future generations learn from the parents as well. So there is that added benefits.

If you have found yourself caught up in a tangled mess of stress and are looking for real lasting solutions or insight as to how to or what requires adjustments and change then you may want to attend an upcoming class that is designed for just that.

A short simple meditation experience to relax and breathe, opportunity to ask questions and receive tools, tips and practical suggestions. Find ways to return to peace within, one’s natural state of being through increasing self-awareness.

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Question on the class? Contact Dipali through her website contact page.