A Calming Exercise

Breathe in the word or sentence you want to feel.  For example, when I am feeling anxious, I see the word, CALM, in my mind and I do some deep breathing.  Just breathe the word or phrase into your body from your head to your toes.  I have been stressed about receiving enough financial aid to go back to school.  I need to find more soon!  I breathe in the word, EASE, and I do feel calmer!  Your thoughts create how you feel!

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About Jane M Anderson

I am a forty-something single woman from Minnesota, the Twin Cities area. I have lived with rheumatoid arthritis since age four. I am learning to be comfortable in my own skin and to love myself. I am starting this blog to share my stories about how I got here and where I am going. My journal writing started at about age 15. One of my goals is to publish a book (or several) about my unique life. Another life long goal is to teach others through telling my story. I obtained a Bachelor's degree in Social Work and have completed some graduate school classes in Public Policy. I enjoy public speaking, which I started in 1994 for The League of Women Voters MN, and then I continued speaking for other organizations. I also love dancing to 70's and 80's music!
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