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Dancing in the Eye of the Hurricane: How to Stop Running from Stress…and Start Asking It to Dance
Date:12/18/2009

Dealing with stress is an inescapable part of modern life. According to Patt Lind-Kyle, the key to thriving (instead of just surviving) amidst tension and worry is learning how to consciously manage your mind instead of allowing it to manage you.

Fulton, CA (PRWEB) December 18, 2009 -- Stress and worry consume many people every day—stress about the economy, rumored layoffs, or how they’ll ever find the time to do their holiday shopping. And when one tries their best to “de-stress” his or her life, it seems for every stressor that is eliminated, more pop up. Rather than trying to outrun the stress hurricane, it is best to find a way to dwell calmly inside its eye.
   
“Eliminating stress sounds good in theory, but it just doesn’t work,” says Lind-Kyle, author of Heal Your Mind, Rewire Your Brain: Applying the Exciting New Science of Brain Synchrony for Creativity, Peace and Presence (Energy Psychology Press, 2009, ISBN: 978-1-60415-056-8, $26.95). “What you can do is change how you respond to the stressors that pop up.”
   
“The brain is capable of changing and growing at any age—a quality called neuroplasticity,” she explains. “Quite literally, you will alter the brain’s neuronal connections and circuitry that are responsible for your emotions, behaviors, and perceptions—and these are as much to blame for your stress as your schedule, work, and money.”
   
Read on about how mind training can work to help to manage and reduce stress:
Understand that a lot of stress comes from buying into cultural expectations, There is so much pressure to do more, faster, better. However, few people naturally meet every cultural standard of beauty, intelligence, achievement, and desirability—so they're saddled with unmet expectations
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