For me, the ability to bounce back f
rom anything is a true indicator of a good mental health.
Have you ever lost someone you love? How did that change you? And do you agree that unresolved trauma can destroy your life? Share your thoughts in comments, I’d love to chat with you about it.
As some of you know, my dad has passed last week, and yes, it’s sad, but despite all of that I manage to find gratitude and happiness in my heart today. I am so proud of myself. I found a deeper meaning in my life, that’s why I go to train people with a smile on my face.
When I lost my mom (7 years ago), I went through a phase of drinking/smoking, making bad choices and rebelling against the world. Because I didn’t see the cause and effect before, I couldn’t make any sense of her death, so I felt lost. I was literally destroying myself, because subconsciously I didn’t want to live in a world, where the people you love - die.
While that was a necessary step for me at that time, now I clearly see the difference in my mental state today. But that is no coincidence, my friends, for the past year I spent A LOT OF TIME working on improving myself. I went through a list of specific practices in order to achieve such a freedom.
List of what exactly I had to do to let go of trauma and become a happy-happy woman 😃
✅For a year I have been looking for the limiting beliefs in my mind and changing them to positive affirmations, which now I read to myself daily.
✅I did over 30 different journaling practices over the last year. One of which is about letting go your parents and becoming an adult. Omg, this one is SOOOO powerful. Do you want me to teach you how to do it?
✅I tried hypnotherapy this year for the first time in my life. I had 3 sessions total. First session was aimed to take down money blocks in my head. Second one was a past life regression. And the third one was a forward life progression. After the third session I realized that now I am 100% free of trauma. I started feeling an unconditional love for everything and everyone from that day on.
✅In May I bought a course about money management and how to attract the money energy. It was truly amazing. That month was the most profitable month for me 🤩
✅I started doing charity. Now I donate money to 2 different non-profit organizations. And I consider my Instagram page and my Youtube channel kind of a charity, because I donate my time to share a really valuable FREE information with people.
✅I read some great self-help books 📚
I’ll make a separate post about book recommendations that I have for you, would you like that? Of course you would.
✅I started practicing yoga (asanas) and it’s principles - Yama and Niyama (The five yamas ask to avoid violence, lying, stealing, wasting energy, and possessiveness, while the five niyamas ask us to embrace cleanliness and contentment, to purify ourselves, to continually study and observe our habits, and to surrender to something greater than ourselves).
✅I stopped drinking alcohol (completely). It’s been 3,5 month now, because (like I said above) I practice non-violence toward myself.
✅I don’t eat meat for 3 years now, because I practice non-violence toward the others.
There is more but I’m gonna stop here for today 😉