Stress Management Techniques

Build emotional wealth by reducing mind, body, and spiritual stress In a way that counteracts hopelessness. 

When we become overwhelmed by the events of our lives, our thinking becomes clouded, and our thoughts may become irrational.


Taking time to build our lives in a calmer, confident, proactive way is a form of self-efficacy when we believe in ourselves irrespective of circumstance. 

Focusing and incorporating stress management techniques into our everyday lives will benefit our sense of wellbeing. As Lou Tice uses to say,  'we move towards what we think about.' A world of personal development and self-care has formed their premise around this theory.

When we view wellness-promoting websites, it is helpful to focus on a desired primary outcome and then consolidate what has been learnt by sharing what has proved beneficial. 

We share a life, even though we are not together.

When we care for ourselves effectively, we become role models for others. 

We do not have the same challenges simultaneously, and even if we did, we do not view challenges in the same way because of our emotional infrastructure. That said, sometimes we need a different way forward, and the experience of others can help us immensely. 

We can choose to help each other in counteracting the cause of negative stress; this can be achieved while independently managing ourselves.

Self-responsibility is a liberating way to move forward 

Be aware of what wellness program suits the way you live and love life 

Feel free to read through each section of the free 'PNI Course' and 'Wellness' and cherry-pick information that not only enables you to attain your PNI Awareness Certification but helps you and others to move towards a happier, healthier life. 

Take small steps towards wellness every day 

Make time to laugh and play

Set boundaries

Gain professional care

Be honest 

Do not expect an easy ride 

Expect to take things in your stride 

Choose words with care in the pursuit of wellness.

There is no stronger saying than 'And This Too Shall Pass' 2 Corinthians 4: 17-18.

Self-management is a skill that takes on a level of momentum once it is established. Smaller changes can lead to significant life-changing results. Just as stress accumulates, so do calming life-enhancing thoughts. 

The placebo effect comes in many forms and is activated by what we believe to be true. 


Create a clear intention for wellness by visualising an outcome that you desire, do this in a way that creates a naturing emotion. It is helpful and aligned with PNI to be aware of resistance in bodily aches and pains and unwanted thoughts that no longer keep the peace.

We can ask ourselves, 'what can we do today that will build a better pathway tomorrow?' Then we can take action required to bring what is desired into life.
Emotional progression and self-expression are activities that can be formed with a clear intention and an active progression plan. 

Dr Joe Dispenza (You are the Placebo) 'When the placebo effect is at work, and you create the right level of mind with a clear intention and combine it with a nurturing, elevated emotion, the right type of signal can reach the cell's DNA.' 






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