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From Chaos to Clarity: How to Find Balance

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From Chaos to Clarity: How to Find Balance

Life sometimes feels a little bit too hectic – but in a way we love it. We are women in business and we want to grab any opportunity to make us shine.

 

How much of what we do each day is productive and how much is simply causing us stress?

We want to be always connected, because we want to keep up to date with what is going on and never miss an opportunity, like winning a new contact or connecting with potential clients. Technology is helping us to keep in touch and share ideas, but are we becoming addicted to technology?

There are so many conflicting commitments that require our attention, all day long and sometimes through the night as we lie awake worrying. Trying to keep a balance between work and family can keep us awake, and if we are also running a business the challenges multiply.

On top of it all, we may have our own insecurities or limiting beliefs: “am I good enough?” These thoughts can be very distracting. However, we can all learn to let go of these thoughts while increasing our energy levels and confidence.

The one thing we can all do is change our own behaviour and thoughts. In fact, if we can’t change a situation we are in, we can decide to look at it differently.

We have goals, ambitions, dreams and values. Are we making enough time in the day to focus on these and let go of what is not necessary to pursue our goals?

Learning about managing stress levels can do wonders to both mind and body. It all starts with changing a few habits and it only takes a few minutes a day to gain health benefits in the long term.

To ensure we keep a calm state of mind even when everything around us becomes chaotic, we can try something different.

Sophrology can help us to be more productive. Sophrology is a new approach in complementary medicine based on a range of stress management tools, dynamic relaxation and personal development. It allows to switch off from the worries and stresses in our daily life and become more centred and calmer.

A calm state of mind is the perfect environment for good decision-making. We often think that we need to multi-task and work overtime to be productive and achieve more from our working day.

The sense of calm and well-being from practising Sophrology regularly can help achieve a clearer vision of where you are going and what you want to achieve in both your personal and your business life.

By taking 10 minutes a day to practise Sophrology we can resume our business activities more efficiently and creatively because we feel more rested and calmer. Taking time out to reconnect with ourselves before we reach out to connect with others allows us to remember what unique talent we want to share with the world.

Making subtle changes in your daily routine shouldn’t feel like a chore: for example, stopping for 10 minutes to do a sequence of breathing exercises is not a big time investment. However, you will notice that you will start to sleep better just by taking those 10 minutes’ break each day.

During a Sophrology session you learn how to bring mind and body together to achieve a better sense of balance while being more aware of who you are. From sportspeople to boardroom executives, a regular Sophrology practice has helped many to get more from life.

Be ready to share your unique talents and make better business connections.

 

For more information on how Sophrology can help you, please contact Dominique Antiglio from BeSophro.
info@be-sophro.co.uk
www.be-sophro.co.uk

Dominique Antiglio is the founder of BeSophro and one of the UK’s leading Sophrologists, having gained her masters in Caycedian Sophrology with Professor Caycedo, the founder of Sophrology. She has extensive training in osteopathy, cranio-sacral osteopathy, pregnancy specialisation and holistic voice therapy. In addition, Dominique has more than 14 years of experience as a therapist, witnessing lots of positive change in people’s lives. Dominique employs a unique balance of science and empathetic therapy with her clients making good use of the mind/body links. Significantly, she teaches methods of stress management and self-development that can be practised at home, or anywhere, enabling clients to continue their personal journeys after their therapy sessions have finished.

© BeSophro, 2014


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