Some things are considered worthless and so therefore, what is the point going into it? In my early youthful life, I couldn’t say that myself and friends were carried away by fun, but I could recognize wrongly practices we unknowingly lodge our thoughts and feelings on, that almost crumbled us to pieces, almost as leaving us ruined to nothing achieve after all.
When I first developed the subject area of concern “Exercises to build mental healthiness,I just didn’t realize that I had quite a lot education and facts to speak or write about too quick in the future”
Back to our focus, mental exercises I think you shouldn’t try I may rephrase at this junction is worth looking at firstly;
- Incantation practices to invoke Spirits or creation of magic
March 4 to 5, 2023, Brian Cain, Christian Day and the HEX Education Network present WitchCon Online, featuring classes by nearlly 100 Witches and Conjurers from across the globe ready to share their time-honored wisdom and witchery with beginners and advanced practitioners alike!
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Now like flash can be speedy, I took up a witch spell thoughts to make magic out of deep meditation and exercises having learnt about the witch con online presenters works. The more I practice it, the better I become, yet the more psychologically drained of physical consciousness I lost out of control.
Just like someone suffering from excessive illumination caused by intake of hard drugs which created transcending wide focuses on possibilities which aren’t so true, was the follow back murmuring of words to myself while working on the street, stood a big theatre for me from People who knew I was going crazy.
“Oh, no! Somebody should get hold of this kid, before he looses it finally many often says “
At the cause of going into this forms of spiritual practice to commune with the spirit, one is likely to sustain mental disorder without care of notice. Receiving a million praises from people who applauds you at one instances when doing this, will only trick you to fall out of control, thereby kicking you out of your main ambition in life. The spirits you commune with are wiser than you are, when you try to leave them for a moment, they will frustrate you even before you try to back out, that you may not be lucky as I am to get away from it.
- Building of brain faculties through hard drugs.
The brain is often likened to an incredibly complex and intricate computer. Instead of electrical circuits on the silicon chips that control our electronic devices, the brain consists of billions of cells, called neurons, which are organized into circuits and networks. Each neuron acts as a switch controlling the flow of information. If a neuron receives enough signals from other neurons that it is connected to, it fires, sending its own signal on to other neurons in the circuit.
The brain is made up of many parts with interconnected circuits that all work together as a team. Different brain circuits are responsible for coordinating and performing specific functions. Networks of neurons send signals back and forth to each other and among different parts of the brain, the spinal cord, and nerves in the rest of the body (the peripheral nervous system).
Drugs interfere with the way neurons send, receive, and process signals via neurotransmitters. Some drugs, such as marijuana and heroin, can activate neurons because their chemical structure mimics that of a natural neurotransmitter in the body. This allows the drugs to attach onto and activate the neurons. Although these drugs mimic the brain’s own chemicals, they don’t activate neurons in the same way as a natural neurotransmitter, and they lead to abnormal messages being sent through the network.
Other drugs, such as amphetamine or cocaine, can cause the neurons to release abnormally large amounts of natural neurotransmitters or prevent the normal recycling of these brain chemicals by interfering with transporters. This too amplifies or disrupts the normal communication between neurons.
What parts of the brain are affected by drug use?
Drugs can alter important brain areas that are necessary for life-sustaining functions and can drive the compulsive drug use that marks addiction.
Just like I said, drugs or hard drugs can cause to excessive believes for impossible things not guided often times by skills, patience, tolerance, wisdom , and affordability within control. The effect aftermath, is leaving one to mental depression of not been able to create what the mind has been transcended into of possibilities, most especially the building faculties of best dreams not yet achieved.
Depression causes one slowness and if care is not taken, one is bound to suffer from mental drainage.
There is huge difference between physical mental exercises and psychologically mental exercises. However, both physical and psychological exercises backed up is important to keep. You will find below three (3) black bold mental practices you can keep up with for a healthy mental fitness.
The self-observation exercise
Many spiritual traditions include some kind of self-observation or mindfulness exercise, but it is helpful in a completely nonspiritual context as well. When you begin to experience the symptoms you associate with anxiety, you can use this exercise to get curious and learn more about what you’re going through. Here’s how to do it:
1. When you’re feeling anxious and have the opportunity to take a couple minutes to yourself, do so. Get away from others so you won’t be interrupted, even if it’s just a few minutes.
2. Start noting the way that every element of your body feels. Are you feeling the anxiety in your shoulders, neck, stomach or head? Are you experiencing other symptoms, like fatigue or a headache? Don’t judge the feelings, just note them, like you were observing a scientific experiment and needed to catch everything.
3. Then turn your self-observation to your thoughts. What are the specific stressors cycling through your mind? Try to catalog them, rather than letting them overwhelm you. When you’ve noticed one, let it go, recognizing that you’ve “heard” it.
Keep a thought record
One of the ways that people better understand their anxiety symptoms is by recording their thoughts. This can be done in a traditional paper journal, but there are other options, especially when it’s inconvenient to carry an extra notebook everywhere. The app Thought Diary is a simple interface, letting you write down your mood and any details about it. It also includes other thought exercises, such as practicing gratitude and analyzing a thought.
Reviewing your thought record occasionally can help you draw connections, including things like how sleep, exercise and nutrition impact your anxiety symptoms.
Interrupt anxious thinking
Anxious thinking responds best to being distracted by a different task. These techniques are more about what effectively distracts you and less about a technically “right” method.
- Try tensing and relaxing different muscles in your body, focusing on the muscle activity and seeing if it can help you stop thinking anxious thoughts.
- Breathing with an intentional count, like four counts in and four counts out.
- Putting on music, an audiobook or a radio show can interrupt anxious thoughts and bring your mind to bear on something else.
- Loudly saying that you’re done thinking this way or verbally speaking affirmations can help get out of one’s head and hear a positive voice more clearly.
- Choosing a soothing task that is also mentally engaging: word games on your phone, loading a dishwasher, doing a yoga flow or other set routine of stretching can all be effective anxiety interruptions.
- Counting backward slowly sometimes works to interrupt the flow of anxiety.
Anxiety sometimes presents as excessive worry that one isn’t good enough or has negative traits. These thoughts, when played on a loop, can be demoralizing and can make everyday activities miserable. A way to combat this negative self-talk is to practice self-compassion. While it may seem odd at first, trying to see your current situation the way you’d see it if a good friend was going through it can be a start. Give yourself the kind of comfort you’d give a friend, instead of the harsh critique you often give yourself.
Another self-compassion exercise is to find and focus on a photograph of yourself from childhood. Instead of directing your thoughts toward your adult self, direct them to that child. Recognize that your adult self deserves the same kind of comfort that a child deserves, as you are also still learning, albeit different things.