Features in the press about Linda Hall and her unique approach to meditation, stress management, relaxation and personal development.
Learn invaluable tips on: managing your day-to-day stress levels, how to put less pressure on yourself, which are the quickest and most effective stress busters, how to control your body’s ‘fight or flight’ stress response, what foods keep you calm, and what reduces stress generally.
Recognising the powerful connection between the body and mind is the most important step in learning how to deal with stress. It helps you get in touch with your own needs and avoid burnout, change unhelpful thinking and behaviour habits, and create more useful and positive ones.
Taking care of yourself better and developing good coping strategies for stress is an investment in your health and well-being. Doing just a few small things every day can make a significant difference. Taking it one step at a time, rather than always rushing and multi tasking, will lift your mood, give you more energy, manage your stress levels, build confidence and self-esteem and help you get things done more efficiently.
How you look at the world and what you say to yourself profoundly affects your everyday experiences and their outcome. It’s not so much what happens to you, but how you perceive what happens, that counts. Understanding this basic fact is a fundamental step towards building a happier, healthier and more successful, fulfilling life.
The basic principles of meditation provide powerful and effective ‘life tools’ that can easily be incorporated into day-to-day living. Essentially, these skills support you to live more consciously, in tune with yourself and life. You don’t need to meditate for hours on end to feel the benefit. Putting them into practice for a few moments at a time through-out the day can make a significant difference to your stress levels, sense of well-being and overall health.