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Title: Our child withins emotions are volatile
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Our child withins emotions are volatile once calmed you can think rationally, re-evaluate the situation and pinpoint the triggers. Becomi...
Our child withins emotions are volatile once calmed you can think rationally, re-evaluate the situation and pinpoint the triggers. Becoming aware of your triggers helps our brain to shift into our green zone of peace  and activate rational thinking about these events and how our mind/body responded to it.

To avoid future child within-hijacking,we use stages mindfulness to train our brain ahead of time. Mindfulness is the act of bringing our attention to the present moment in a way that allows us to act as a compassionate observers about what is happening on a moment-to-moment basis. We can use our breathing or simply pretend that we are watching the events going on around us in play-by-play mode.

One of the easiest ways to incorporate mindfulness is to focus on nature. Simply find an object in nature (a leaf, a stone, the blue sky, white puffy clouds) and bring all your attention to bear upon that object. Take note of its color, its shape, its texture. Does it have a sound, smell or taste? If you are able, feel the object and pay attention to its texture – is it bumpy, smooth, jagged or rounded? If you are inside and cannot go outside, simply gaze out a window and take on an artist’s perspective to really look at a part of the landscape.

Stages Mindfulness is something that can be practiced every day. Just like a muscle, our brain must be exercised through mindfulness before the stressor (trigger) comes. Try to build mindfulness into 3 or 4 sections of your day. For example, in the morning as you are showering – allow yourself to really smell the shampoo, feel the water, notice the warmth and the steam all around you. At lunch time, slow down your eating and really taste your food, look at the colours, shapes and textures of the foods on your plate. Smell. See. Engage all your senses in your lunch-time experience. Do this at dinner and again before bedtime – pausing to really become present with your experiences.

If you build mindfulness into our every-day activities, we will habituate our brain to move through child within-hijacking more quickly and effectively allowing you to lead a freer quality life.

The Ten Stages is a studied recovery course. It is a source of reconnection a method of unlearning and a reintroduction to our child within which leads us back to our one true intuitive voice.We start to learn and come out of our protective dysfunctional shell and reclaim our lives. #childwithin#10stages


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