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How to Calm an Overactive Mind

June 22, 2006 | 14,465 views
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By Carol Tuttle, MRET 

Carol Tuttle is a Master Energy Therapist and the author of the best-selling book, Remembering Wholeness: A Personal Handbook for Thriving in the 21st Century

Our minds take in too much information day to day. We can easily overrun our minds with too much information and not allow enough stillness. It is extremely beneficial to our health and well-being to calm our minds to allow us to be in a quiet, serene place, and to know all is well.

Our minds form habits of thought that can interfere with our ability to "calm them down."

This is a simple technique that will help you calm your overactive mind.

Place your fingertips on your forehead, above each eye. Press firmly for three to four minutes while taking some deep breaths. Repeat aloud or in your mind: "I am okay no matter what happens. Everyone else is going to be okay no matter what happens."

Release your hands and shake them gently for a moment or two. 

Use this process several times a day when you start to notice stress and start to worry. This technique helps blood come back into the frontal part of your brain, which is the part of our brain that is calm and knows there is a solution to our life's situation.

For more online instruction to learn energy-healing techniques and methods, please visit The Carol Tuttle Healing Center. This amazing Web site has over 85 instructional audios and videos to learn from.

For more easy-to-learn energy-therapy techniques, purchase my Chakra Home Study Course. Just click on the title to review this product and all of Carol's life-changing books, CDs and DVDs that are highly recommended by Dr. Mercola.

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