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Grounding techniques are very helpful for helping anyone suffering from anxiety to feel safe and settled.
One of the big challenges with anxiety is that the symptoms that come with it feel so horrible that we often want to check out and be elsewhere. And sometimes we do. We’re not really connecting with ourselves, we’re not really present in our body because it’s a very uncomfortable place to be.
This is where grounding techniques can be so useful for anxiety. They help us be “in” - connected and present within ourselves and feeling OK with it.
This also helps settle the symptoms of anxiety. Anxiety is increased when we check out and dissociate from ourselves. When we get grounded we are using mindful awareness to settle in the the present moment which helps us feel less scattered and more at peace.
Listen to our new podcast on Grounding Techniques for Anxiety:
We are happy to offer a free track from our album Resonance: Grounding Techniques for Anxiety Relief
We hope you finding it helpful in slaying your anxiety - you can find other exercises like The Grounding Breath and Grounding Exercise for a Calm Mind on the rest of the album…
Our collection of grounding techniques for Anxiety Relief has been carefully created to guide you through a set of experiences that you can use anywhere and any time you choose to help you reconnect with your body and draw your mind away from anxious thinking into a state of feeling more calm and in control.
Resonance is available on Amazon and the iTunes music store
This collection of grounding exercises has been carefully created to guide you through a set of experiences that you can use anywhere and any time you choose to help you reconnect with your body and draw your mind away from anxious thinking into a state of feeling more calm and in control.- See more at: http://www.anxietyslayer.com/grounding-techniques-anxiety/#sthash.rfsudIM3.dpuf
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