JustKayYoga: Kay’s quick fixes for a busy mind.

Do you ever find yourself obsessing over certain thoughts, the perfect abs, an annoying colleague, sibling or stress at work?

These repetitive thoughts can take up a lot of time and energy – it’s easy to get caught up in thinking about what we can do about a problem instead of actually doing it.

Here are three top Kay tips to break the pattern and get yourself back on a constructive path:

Write in a journal

Getting it all out on paper (or onto a computer) can often satisfy your brain’s need to think things through. For me, journalling is like song-writing – the main problem becomes the chorus and in the verses I find other aggravating factors and solutions.Although I never read back over my journal, just getting it down in the first place makes me feel a million times better.

Mantras

Getting it all out on paper (or onto a computer) can often satisfy your brain’s need to think things through. For me, journalling is like song-writing – the main problem becomes the chorus and in the verses I find other aggravating factors and solutions.Although I never read back over my journal, just getting it down in the first place makes me feel a million times better.

Sheetali (cooling) breathing

This pranayama is awesome for de-stressing and lowering blood pressure – find my guide to this simple breathing technique here.Don’t let rumination get you down when you can use these simple tricks to get you back on track. Take the time to look after yourself and don’t forget to journal about the good stuff too – it’s definitely worth dwelling on!

Just Kay

Love and light.

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