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30-11-2017

7 Tips for a calm and peaceful Christmas month



 

The month December asks for personal attention, a moment for reflection, processing all that happened over the year and letting go. When you do this you can make clean ship so you can embrace the new year!

But how do you do this with all the chaos that comes along with this month? You may feel overwhelmed by your full agenda and all that can be done this month. Because skipping one or two invites can’t be possible right?!

Now is the moment to stay close to yourself. Make space for stillness and relaxation and experience this intense month in a peaceful way.
 
Here 7 golden tips so that you can experience peaceful moments too during these hectic times. And enjoy this special month mindfully.

  • How busy your agenda may be, don’t cut our on your yoga practice. This is the moment where yoga gives positive effects like inner peace.
  • Create a spot at home for yoga and meditation. Enjoy the calm and healing energy. Only sitting down in silence for 5 minutes can already calm down and recharge your whole nervous system.
  • Connect with like-minded people and share these special moments of the past year. Sharing experiences and emotions have an healing effect. This way you can close certain fases and you can create space for the new year.
  • When the sun shines on such a bright and cold winters day, go out for a nice walk. You will feel better immediate!
  • Practice tolerance, accept and focus on all that’s going well in our world. By thinking and doing this way you will relaxed instantly. Be grateful for the family and friends that you have.
  • Embrace the symbolic of Christmas and enlighten your house from the inside out. Connect this thought with inner enlightenment.
  • Do you have time left on your hands? A moment to be wrapped on the couch can be very nice! Balance this with relaxed and serving activities. There are many organizations that can use some extra help. This way you can do volontering work and contribute to our society.