Manifestation and Menopause: Could These Simple Manifestation Techniques Help You Manage Menopause Symptoms? Holistic Health and Wellness Practitioner Nicci Roscoe author of the new book, Manifest your Everything says they can
Menopause does not mean the end of your life and missing out on adventures. You can still climb a mountain or jump out of a plane if you really want to, focusing on manifesting your dreams.
Think of it as the end of one era and the beginning of another, as you no longer experience periods and significant hormonal changes that can affect you in many ways physically and mentally.
Lack of self-esteem and confidence, depression, sleepless nights, hot sweats, anxiety and memory loss are part of this hormonal change.
Going through menopause can be a shock to our body and the entire nervous system. It’s how we manage it that can make the difference, and there are many ways to help you manage these changing and challenging times.
Be kind to yourself and know that you are not alone. Talk to your friends and family or seek professional advice, because having support during this time is important for your own mental health and well-being.
It’s how we manage it that can make the difference
Our mindset and attitude, along with traditional medicine such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and other natural remedies such as Reiki and crystal healing, can also make a big difference.
Your mind is the most powerful tool you have and it may seem like a challenge at the time, but the more you train your brain to focus on looking at things in a different way, using distractions and changing your daily routine to include healthy eating and fresh air. regularly. , meditation and exercise, this will give you a dose of positive natural mental medication to help you cope during these difficult times.
Manifesting can help you at all stages of your life, and while it may not directly affect menopause, it can help you focus on self-care, change a negative mindset to a positive one, and reduce stress, which is so beneficial during this life transition. .
Simple techniques can help you feel more in control and cope with the changes you are going through, both physically and mentally.
Here are some simple manifestation techniques that might help make menopause more manageable while you focus on other areas of your life…
Manifestation Technique #1 Make Your Own Manifestation Vision Board
Creating a menopause-related vision board can be a positive and empowering way to focus on your goals, desires, and aspirations during this important life transition.
A vision board is a visual representation of your intentions and what you hope to achieve or experience during or after menopause, allowing you to visualize what you want and focus on it every day. Then your unconscious mind will focus on positive outcomes.
Cut out images of your dream house, your perfect vacation, your pet or your car. You may want to include images that represent finding love, such as hearts and happy couples together. Or maybe you have family, friends, or coworkers you want to include in your vision for the future.
Cut out images of your dream house, your perfect vacation, your pet or your car.
You can paste whatever you want on your manifestation board. Words are as powerful as images to illustrate what you expect. Therefore, also include notes like ‘Having fun with my family during the holidays’, ‘Opening up my life to be more spiritual’, ‘Finding peace, calm and happiness’, ‘Being in good health’, ‘Being financially secure’. and ‘Find my dream job’.
Technical event #2 Use positive affirmations
What you tell yourself can have a profound effect on how you feel. Positive affirmations can be a useful tool for managing the psychological and emotional aspects of menopause.
These empowering statements can change your thinking and provide you with emotional support as you navigate the challenges and changes that come with this life transition.
To encourage positive self-talk, tell yourself positive affirmations or, simply put, empowering words that periodically remind you to change negative thoughts into positive ones.
Examples during menopause might include: “I embrace this new phase of life with confidence,” “I am in tune with the changes in my body and am patient with myself as I adapt,” “I have the strength to face the challenges ahead.” introduce me.” during menopause’ and ‘I am open to new possibilities and opportunities that menopause can bring to my life.’
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Technical event #3 Anchorage
Anchoring is a way to connect a positive memory where you felt particularly happy, relaxed or positive with a physical action. This allows you to bring the energy of the memory into the present moment to help you feel good.
To anchor effectively, think about a time when you felt happy and confident, visualize your surroundings and the people you were with. Then, squeeze the thumb and index finger of one hand. Feel these good, confident feelings. Make them bigger, brighter and bolder.
See yourself feeling confident and empowered and imagine stepping into the moment. Turn up the volume, double this feeling, then triple it! Make it even bigger and brighter as you start to smile and feel much happier and good about yourself.
Stay in this happy, safe place for about 30 seconds and keep repeating as needed.
Technical event #4 Meditation
Meditation takes you to a place of peace, calm and clarity, something that can be very necessary when you are struggling with menopause. It can also help us revitalize ourselves and much more.
There are many ways to meditate, including visualization, listening to music, or guided meditations. ‘Word meditation’ is something I developed after training with Deepak Chopra in the US many years ago.
These positive words that you keep repeating penetrate deep into your subconscious mind
Focus on positive words like “I feel calm, I feel at peace, I am in control.” She repeats these words over and over until they seem to fade away as she deepens into a beautiful meditation.
Allow whatever else comes to mind to flow and keep coming back to these words. Set a timer on your phone or watch for two minutes and gradually increase to five minutes, ten minutes, then 20 minutes.
These positive words that you keep repeating penetrate deep into your subconscious mind and will help you feel calmer and in control of your emotions after meditation.
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Technical event #5 Reframe negative thoughts and choose positive ones.
When you have focused on the negative, it is time to retrain your brain to start thinking positively and change the results of your behavior both towards yourself and others.
If you tell yourself “I’m stuck and no one can help me” or “I can’t do this,” then you will stay in this negative pattern. By constantly focusing on the negative, you will also continue to receive more negative thoughts and feelings into your subconscious.
Reframing these thoughts can begin to give you a new perspective on how you approach your life and challenging situations. You will notice how by focusing on the positive you will get new and exciting results instead of staying in the negative state that will not give you what you need.
It’s time to retrain your brain to start thinking positively.
Your new positive thoughts will improve your life and give you a new perspective instead of thinking that you are not worthy and that you are not good at anything you do.
Reframing involves looking at your negative beliefs in a different way, from a positive perspective, and changing the words to give a positive focus to what you are telling yourself.
The more you practice reframing your thoughts, the more you can change your mindset to a positive one and start to feel happier and relieved that you are not constantly focusing on what hasn’t helped you mentally or physically.
Having a positive attitude will help you add more time to your life. By simply telling yourself, “I’m looking forward to today,” “I feel strong and in control,” or “I feel calm, relaxed, and happy,” you are retraining your brain to focus on positive outcomes and make changes. . want.
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