Have you ever ignored a headache or pushed through a workout when your body was telling you to rest?
You’re not alone.
It’s common to prioritize your goals and to-do lists over our physical needs, but it’s important to remember that your bodies are constantly communicating with you.
Listening to your bodies means paying attention to the signals it sends you, and responding accordingly.
By tuning in to your body’s cues, you can better understand what it needs and take care of it in a way that promotes overall wellness.
Would you like to learn some practical ways of listening to your body’s communication and reduce stress?
In my recent Happy and Healthy Mind episode, our guest Monty Ritchings shared his personal experience on why listening to our body is important.
Monty Clayton Ritchings is a thought leader in the field of body communications. He is an author with seven books, business owner, world explorer and many more things. He teaches people that we are not our thoughts, beliefs or body and how to modify to help us function at our best.
Check out this video to learn practical tools on how we can improve our well-being by listening to our body
In this interview, you will learn:
00:00 min – Introduction
02:55 min – Why listening to the body became important to Monty
05:57 min – Life changes in Monty’s life
07:41 min – Tools that helped Monty
12:20 min – How inner self is related to stress
13:16 min – Stress as an expression of fear
15:00 min – How does listening to our bodies reduces stress
Recognize that you are not your thought
Separate the emotions from your thought to be able to change your thought
24:17 min – Tools that can help you listen to your body
Breathe with your chest and abdomen
Get enough water
20:25 min – How do you change your thoughts
29:17 – Message from Monty
29:44 min – Connect with Monty (https://powerfulyoupowerfulme.com)
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So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview:
“You have to let go of the thought that’s stressing you out or you’re never going to get there.”
– Monty Ritchings
“When you are in a stressful situation, one of the things that you can do is break that cycle because you know, the stress is causing the body to react. The body is causing further stress and you’re kind of stuck in that cycle. And if at all possible, kind of excuse yourself and kind of get out for a second so that you can take those deep breath in.
– Monty Ritchings
“Stress is always caused in your mind this, the stress is stimulated by something that has is external, but the stress is always motivated from your mind because your, your ego which, which is the, the part of your body that holds the rules for your life is having an issue with what it’s seeing.”
– Monty Ritchings
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Remember, by tuning in to your body’s cues, you can better understand what it needs and take care of it in a way that promotes overall wellness.
So today, try to acknowledge and honor your physical needs, we can reduce stress and anxiety and improve our overall sense of well-being. This can lead to increased productivity and a greater sense of fulfillment in our daily lives.
Stay safe and healthy.
Dedicated to your health and happiness,
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