Every facette of my mind
Shattered glass that is what my mind feels like sometimes. Focused on the strewn shards each one resembling something else. Or like a beehive, where every bee has it’s own mind and is doing its work totally unrelated to all the other bees to only come together as one big unison working for the bigger goal.
I am a person whom’s mind works overtime. Personally, I run at a faster pace than most other individuals which can lead to various friction points. I walk faster, think faster, talk faster and do various things in a faster manner. I get impatient whilst others get annoyed about me hassling them. What the least realise is that this accelerated speed also bothers me. Most of the time I feel driven and stressed. My synapses on fire bouncing all this information back and forth. Even emotionally I advance faster which can lead to friction in relationships.
So what is the solutions to take off the edge and reduce the speed?
I do find pharmaceuticals can help. I know in this case the only ones that would and that I know are benzodiazipams but they are a crutch, not a solution. The other problem is they are addictive and I do not want to be addicted to any substances. Besides these evident downsides, I have come to terms with the fact that all psychotropics make me fat. My metabolism goes to sleep while my appetite runs riot. So for those obvious reasons I am out to find a drug free solution. A Holistic approach.
Trying to decelerate myself and find tranquillity by doing things in a thoughtful and slow manner might help. My approach is mindfulness trying to be mindful in the way I go about matters.
I have found that proceeding slowly and aware bears an air of elegance, at the same time encouraging my mind to relax, slow down and be in general less stressed. Walking slower has a sensual, elegant and sophisticated component to it. You emphasise your own style to move.
Haste makes waste
Not just that but I have never seen any elegant women rush around or even if they have they still had this air of nonchalance surrounding them.
For me the calmer approach really works. Under pressure I still falter to my old ways but every day is another day to mould myself and to form this new habit. As they say it only takes 30 days to form a habit so concistancy is the key.
Literally step by step – becoming more elegant