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Have you ever found yourself trapped in a labyrinth of overthinking, endlessly dissecting every decision, imagining the worst and second-guessing yourself. 

Or you find yourself lying in bed, trying to sleep, but your mind is running marathon of worries, regret’s or what-if’s.  Welcome to the overthinking club, a place where thoughts spiral out of control, leaving us mentally exhausted….but fear not, there is an impressive resource within our reach – the power of being calm.

In our blog, we delve into the art of calmness and explore how it can help halt the overthinking cycle, allowing us to regain control of our thoughts and find peace admist the chaos.

Unravelling the Overthinking Web:
Imagine overthinking as a tangled web, having your mind in knots of anxiety and doubt.  Now picture calmness as a gentle breeze that untangles those knots, liberating your thoughts.  Being calm doesn’t mean suppressing your thoughts but rather observing them from a distance without getting entangled.  Embrace the serenity that comes from stepping back and gaining a clearer perspective.

The Calm Perspective Shift:
Overthinking often distorts our perception, magnifying problems to overwhelming proportions.  However, when you embrace calmness, you can perform a perspective shift.  Visualise yourself as an objective observer, analysing your thoughts as if they were clouds passing by.  This shift helps you recognise that not all thoughts deserve equal attention and that some may be mere illusions conjured by an anxious mind.

Re-wiring the Mind:
The mind can be a tricky labyrinth, but calmness acts as a skilled navigator, guiding us towards better thought patterns.  When faced with overthinking, practice reframing your thoughts .  Turn “what if I fail?” into “What if I succeed beyond my wildest dreams?  Replace negative self-talk with positive affirmations.  Over time, you may see you’ll re-wire your mind to embrace a more optimistic outlook.

The Calmness Mantra: Progress, Not Perfection:
Overthinking and perfectionism dance hand in hand, setting traps for us at every turn.  But calmness allows you to adopt a new mantra – “Progress, not perfection.”  Understand that life is a journey of continuous growth, and it’s okay to stumble along the way.  Embrace your imperfections as stepping stones to self-improvement rather than dwelling on them endlessly.

And the Good News is our I Have Calm body mist and pillow mist spray, that are blended in Australia and infused with natural essential oils can help, relax, unwind, de-stress and enjoy a better night's sleep, discover here 


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