CALM DOWN YOUR MIND

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I have come to an amazing realization: the quieter my mind is, the more I can focus, and I can listen to my inner voice, the calmer my mind is, the stronger my voice will become.

“Learn to calm down the winds of your mind, and you will enjoy great inner peace.” – Remez Sasson

Not long ago, when I had a speech or a presentation, I tend to speak very fast and sometimes people couldn’t follow my idea, because I was so fast in presenting and explaining simple facts, that they were not able to understand and I’ve lost them in the first 2 minutes. My gestures were too “loud” and I used to make huge circles in the air with my arms, pointing and making the aeroplane.  I was awful by the time.

Looking back on that, I am almost sure, that my audience had great fun watching me after they gave up listening to me.

But now, things are a little bit different.

Although I still have a lot to learn and to practice, I’ve realized that the more I connect with myself, the more I know my purpose, and if I set my intention every time before I open my mouth, the effect on people is different. I am not that “loud”, but my words have more meaning, and resonate in those to whom I address them.

 My presentation might be shorter, but more powerful.

My voice not trembling anymore, and I am more grounded.

My gestures are smooths and I am open to giving all that I have.

Now, that I’m learning to understand how the things work, how the law of attraction works, I begin to understand the unlimited potential within me, the capability to serve others through my learning, to give value to others, by simply growing in my unique essence, and starting to explore the potential of the person who’s looking back to me in the mirror.

What I’m saying today is this: be grateful for everything that you have, be aware of your thoughts and watch your words, as though what you think of yourself and what you spoke out loud, you create your reality.

Practice mediation, because the goal of meditation is to focus your attention to your breath, to focus your attention on things that are happening right now, in the present moment. There is no right or wrong way on how to meditate. The idea is to be present in the moment.

“Calm mind brings inner strengths and self-confidence, so that’s very important for good health.” – Dalai Lama

I wish you all to find your purpose, your inner peace and to dare to listen to your inner voice.

Much love,

Krisztina

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Author: Krisztina Konya

Krisztina is an author, blogger, company owner, life coach, mum and wife. With a strong academic background (BA (Hons) Business Management), she founded her company in 2018. The company provides consultancy services for those who would like to continue their studies and enrol into educational institutions in London. Beside building up the company image, on personal touch, Krisztina provides help to people to boost their confidence, step out from their comfort zone, help them to set clear goals and in achieving them. She is there for all those who want to chose the path of personal and professional development, by boosting their self-confidence and encouraging them to take action and not to be afraid to follow their dreams. Krisztina offers one-to-one life coaching and personal development workshops. Krisztina's vision is to motivate and inspire as many woman and man as she can. " I will always do it my way, no matter what, And always keep moving forward, no matter what. Even if only I can see it, I will always follow my dream. My vision is to inspire, motivate people and to show them that if you find the reason "why", then you are able to change your life. And I will do it...MY way :)" Much love, Krisztina

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