While our day is filled with multi-tasking, work, and errands, taking a few minutes to relax is a required must in order for your mind to remain stable. Mental sacrifice is the key in order to remain sane in a world filled with society on a daily basis. The problem is that we do not know how to take time and rest in a society in which something is happening at any hour of the day.
How can we maintain our mental health? Look no further. Here are four steps to implementing mental sacrifice within your life.
1. Make time for yourself. Plan to have time for yourself each and every day. This idea seems rather easy to do in this society of isolationism, but there are so many distractions that can prevent you from clearing your mind. Working too much can occupy your time. Friends and family can occupy too much of your time. Staring at the TV and the phone can occupy too much of your time. You have to impart rest into your hectic schedule on a daily basis before worry and stress can creep in.
2. Make a commitment. You have to make a commitment to yourself to mentally declutter, even if it is 15 minutes a day. You have to take care of yourself before other things begin to take care of you.
3. Use your commitment as a stepping stone. Your commitment must become so concrete within your mind that the experience propels you to greater heights. Improving yourself must become so important to you that you make self-improvement a priority over other pursuits.
4. Speak positive affirmations over your life. You have to allow for your words to change the atmosphere. You can make up things to say in your private time to give yourself an added boost at the start of the day. These different confessions give me the advantage every day that allows for me to remain victorious. Say things that cause for you to become determined enough to reach your goals. Say things that cause for you to overcome negative people and negative circumstances. Whatever you say will fuel you to make the mental sacrifice necessary in order to remain joyful in a cruel world.
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…i am very much convinced…really true 🙂
Another good one which I have implemented. I have a regime where for 15 minutes of every hour I get up from my desk and walk away from the computer and phones to clear my mind and get exercise, another very important item missing from many daily routines. I work 45 minutes walk away for 15 minutes then return to my desk or task. Even watching TV I use this.
Great post, very true words
Really useful post. Wish that we could all step back sometimes and take some time off.
This all makes sense. If you can’t make time for yourself…what makes you think you can manage time with making time for your loved ones and friends etc…
It’s so logical. Some of us get distracted with life and we get carried away.
Wise and useful post, my friend