If anyone knows how to deal with stress and anxiety in their daily lives, it’s Kimberly Snyder. A well-known nutritionist and well-known for his methods based on trees full of love and kindness (if you have not read The Beauty Detox Solution, it’s time to board the train!). From supportive supplements to its bright green color, we look to Snyder to guide us in health and wellness for many years, both physically and spiritually. So, we were not surprised when we heard about his recent book, You Are More Than You Think: Practical Enlightenment in Everyday Life which brings all tenants together.
In this regard, Snyder wanted to help others on their journey by sharing what had really helped him. “That has always been the light that guides me,” he tells me. “In my previous books and works, I have shared with you a variety of life forms, such as the food and nutrition featured in this book, and for the first time shared my playbook for the best quality of life and to achieve the best you can. , abundance, abundant love, peace, and much more. ” The anointing of the book occurred when she was 34 weeks pregnant with her second son, Moses. “I wanted to slow down,” she says, “but I had to slow down so clearly that I had to do something about it. “I wrote a model chapter and gave it to my publisher, and I signed my book contract three days before I was born. It was clear to me that this book, with all its ancient teachings and practices, is about to be born into the world at this time. ”
With a number of best-selling books, popular clients, a successful add-on line, and two beautiful children, it’s no surprise that Synder is often asked how he does it all. He says: “What you are reading in the book will teach you how to view myself and apply what I have learned in my life. “Realizing that I was beyond my ability to comprehend, I was able to make my dream come true – and you can too.”
Read on to hear the inspiring words of wisdom from Snyder and a special section of this book that contains suggestions on how to overcome past fears and find peace and tranquility in your daily life.
How does the book’s timing relate to world conditions?
Looking back, I can see that the teachings in this book are more important than ever. There is more trouble in the world than confusion and dissatisfaction. Plus, with the interest of the people where they are, and most of us find our information and search for answers in articles and social media, I felt like the real treasure, buried in books and texts that are not part of the story, passes through a lot of people. and I did not allow this to happen.
This is why I have gone through thousands of pages to present great teachings in a way that may be useful to you. I wanted to dig deep to show you with the gems of these doctrines, which are not practical and life-changing.
You will realize that you have a culture that gives you a lot of power to change and make a happy, exciting, fulfilling and successful life. You have to learn opportunity these qualities, which you will learn in each chapter of this book.
It’s not about “finding” any of these qualities, or enlightenment, but finding that you already exist and them, and let them come forward.
Moving Old Fear
Yogananda goes on to say that “fear is a disease of development.” And that was decades before the modern plague! It does a lot to fill your nerves by doing things that you enjoy outside the whole day, every day, that sound loud, confusing, crazy, and attract your attention. If you pay close attention to the ever-present foreign world, your energy becomes more flexible and unstable. It is like a sea of rocks thrown into it, day after day.
Your sympathetic nervous system begins to expand, signaling your adrenals to blow, to enter.
fighting-or-escaping, and releasing stress hormones such as cortisol. Your body begins to feel uncomfortable and irritable, because it should not be your regular breathing. Instability, confusion, and instability are rampant. All of these are signs that you are getting out of the way of enlightenment!
Instead, when you calm down, your energy level returns to your spinal cord. As part of an electrical system, when you restore your power, it will either fail or expire. Instead, it builds in strength. And that power can be used to identify successful answers and new ideas, as well as to develop your strengths. We become shepherds in our own strength, carefully pointing in the right direction. The more peaceful we are, the less offended we are by what happens outside of us – good or bad – and our busy mind begins to settle.
At the center of everything is where things stand. It is a place of stable power, a place of power. It is a place of pure potential that is possible. Like the sun, which shines with its powerful light and heat on all sides, I emerge from among you in peace where the presence and power of True Self are manifested. Be like the sun. Walani.
Tips for Finding Peace in Your Life
First, prepare your mind for peace.
It may sound important, but the goal is everything. First, you need to clearly decide what you want to do with your life. To find your place, as Yogananda says, “Change your mindset to be calm no matter what.” Don’t worry, the “no matter what” part is a work in progress for all of us, because to be honest, a lot of things can make me calm down (you know, screaming at 4 am, a virus that deletes all your emails ….), but I still see it go ahead. And the key is to commit to this goal. In the meantime, just think of being as quiet as you can be. You can also use the phrase “Be Peaceable” as a mantra that you can say throughout the day.
Be consistent and dedicated.
Spiritually speaking, trust means that if you do what you can right now, your life will be as it should be. The Buddha taught that the only way to become “free from the past and the future” is to have a good time in your life, free from the consequences of your actions. Life is always changing, but if you can show yourself here and be quiet, you will be free no matter what. In this way, trust helps you to avoid liking things that should be in a certain way. So stay here, while your strength is steadfast.
Acknowledge your feelings when you are calm and in your midst.
Sometimes we fly about our day without realizing what we are feeling. Today, pay attention to your body and how it behaves during the day. Either the amount of traffic makes your heart beat faster, or you feel a tightness in your shoulders before you call your boss at Zoom. Pay attention. You do not have to write anything. Just notice. It’s like listening to learn more about how certain foods affect you when you eat them. Also, notice how your body feels when you are at peace of mind. In this case, your goal is to know more about your countries to be like
you go through your whole day.
Yogananda states, “Another major cause of fear is rude speech. Do not gossip or make fun of others. ” The more you get into the drama of everyday life, the more you get distracted and focus too much.
So don’t worry too much and comment on what other people are doing. It just drains your energy when you look at it. It’s another way to divert your attention and energy. Carefully avoid gossip, angry pages, and negative comments about your life, and note how you start to feel better. Kindness is such an all-embracing quality that it touches your heart.
Associate your time with the media and social media in the time packs.
It can be, say, from 8–8: 30 am, noon 12–12: 30, and 6–7: 00 pm It’s up to you. Choose a time to log in and check. The rest of the time you stay away from it. In this way, you have a place to go back to your place during the day instead of just having information that interferes with your travels to show you what’s going on with everyone else’s life. It is great to connect with the community! But you can do it very deliberately which gives you the opportunity to know what is going on outside when you need to, but still be calm and steady on the inside.
Set aside less time to spend less time.
Packing too many things every day so we always run from one thing to another does not help to settle down. Stimulates stress! Surprisingly, you will be more productive when you are late because you can put all your energy into one thing at a time, with opportunities to get started on your own.
We have all experienced this or that parallel: you are late for a meeting, and you look everywhere for the keys to your car. You start to get a little nervous and start looking at the kitchen, the dining room, the living room. You did not find them. You get a little nervous and go back and look at the same place again because you may have missed something.
Finally, you pause, take a deep breath, and say a silent prayer to yourself: Please help me find these freakin ‘keys, or I will explode! Something in you indicates that your keys are in your pocket. And so they are. Conversion
outside, a calm touch between your small stuttering and where you found what you were looking for.
This article was adapted from a book, You Are More Than You Think: Practical Information for Everyday Life and Kimberly Snyder (Hay House, 2022). Books are available everywhere for sale.