5 Ways to Get Rid of Toxic Spirits (Negative Energy)

1. How to Calm Toxic Spirits

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Everyone feels anxious, nervous, or sometimes uncomfortable. Click through this slide show to review suggestions of things you can do to help alleviate emotional disturbances. Having a calming spirit can be achieved by looking at imbalances in your body and mind, then bringing them back into balance by changing the patterns of thoughts and actions that prevent a calm existence.

2. Calm your breathing

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Notice Changes In Your Breathing – Whenever you feel the least bit anxious or nervous try to take notice of any changes in your breathing. Stress can cause hyperventilation (breathing more). Calm any breath quickly by replacing it with a steady, slow breath. The practice of daily meditation is very helpful to maintain healthy breathing as well as a good preventative measure to provoke anxiety.

3. Give Your Mind a Be

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Clear your mind of all disturbing thoughts and worries. Anytime you feel anxious or mentally distressed, it is very helpful to clear your mind of all the thoughts that are bothering you. It’s definitely not healthy to focus on your problems 24/7. Guided visualization is an excellent mental leap that can help you change your focus from anything that bothers you. Picture yourself in a special dream sequence where you can relax and get your coping skills. Choose ocean views, desert oases, or garden paths.

4. Let Yourself Be Pampered

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Get yourself out of the clutter and give yourself only quality time. Lock yourself in the bathroom and grab the much-needed in the bathtub. A bubble bath is your ticket to serenity. Enjoying a rejuvenating rejuvenation is one of the few ways you can pamper yourself. Try taking a solitary walk in the garden, or peeking on the couch and reading an entertaining novel.

5. Slow down your response

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Everyone has made the mistake of being over-reactive at the top at one time or another. We compost our conflict by reacting without getting all the facts first. When it seems like the whole world is out to get you and you feel like attacking right away … Wait! The situation at hand may not call for such a response, but please take care of your response. You will handle the trying situation in a calmer state, and come to a resolution earlier if you take the time to fully assess the situation. Get all your ducks in a row before you decide to counter.

6. Create a Border

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Keep your distance from others. You may need to step back and create some distance between you and anyone who makes you feel anxious. It is important to withdraw from others when you are feeling overwhelmed so that you can save your energy. Having protective boundaries in place can also give you a different perspective to help you better understand and better deal with difficult situations.


Respecting Personal Boundaries

7. Nurture Your Inner Child

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Be a loving parent to your inner child. Often when we, as adults, experience situations that make us feel anxious or powerless our minds will turn into memories from our childhood when we experienced fear or loneliness. When children feel small and helpless, they look to their parents or guardians for protection. Take the time to be a loving and caring parent to your inner child. Let him (or her) know that you will get the two of you through this rough period. Give yourself a hug. Don’t feel silly. You know you want to, go ahead, just do it.

8. Hush Is A Critical Voice

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Hush a critical voice in your head. Unfortunately, we are often our worst enemies. Don’t worry about not being able to meet your goals or reduce them in some way. You did your best. Just relax. Refuse to listen to critical voices in your head that say you are not good enough. Resolve to turn confusing words into compliments for the things you have accomplished. You are fine.

9. Lean on Somebody

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It is OKAY to Ask for Help. Trying to take care of everything by itself can make anyone feel anxious, let alone tired. It can be more of a struggle that never asks for a hand than you may realize. Get soft shoulders to lean on and give yourself a break.

If you’re a little control freak, this might be worth repeating over and over again … It’s OKAY to Ask for Help

10. Take a Spiritual Retreat

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Treat your spirit to a spiritual retreat. Taking a few minutes out of your busy day for a mental respite or taking a half-hour bubble bath every night is a good stress reliever. But they may not be enough to alleviate the larger anxiety that is slowly consuming you inside. Everyone needs change to help bring balance to their lives. You may have to take a long vacation from work or feel you need to go alone from family members for a few days to find pleasure. While a regular vacation can bring its own stress, a spiritual retreat is inspiring. You will return home and more easily cope with your daily stress.