Cultivating Calm: An Anxiety Journal

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Create calm in your life―practical, evidence-based exercises for relieving anxiety

When it comes to reducing anxiety, journaling can be a valuable therapeutic outlet. Cultivating Calm: An Anxiety Journal is full of practical writing prompts, strategies, and meditations designed to minimize anxious thoughts and feelings so you can get back to feeling like your true self.

Journal your way to a calm mind with scientifically backed exercises tailored to specific anxiety triggers like clutter, finances, health, social situations, flying, and beyond. You’ll also find meditations for quieting your thoughts, getting restorative sleep, practicing gratitude, and more. With this anxiety journal, you’ll be on the path to peace!

Cultivating Calm: An Anxiety Journal includes:

  • Evidence-based prompts―Discover exercises based on scientifically supported methods for relieving anxiety, including mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
  • Thought-provoking quotes―Reflect on inspirational quotes from motivational figures like the Buddha, Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, and more.
  • Therapeutic journaling―Process your feelings, clarify the causes of your anxiety, and identify where your fears are coming from with this beautifully designed anxiety journal.

Identify, examine, and eliminate unwanted thoughts and feelings with Cultivating Calm: An Anxiety Journal.


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One of the many calming exercises inside:

TIME: 5 minutes

It’s important to fit meditation into your daily routine, but some days you might just feel as if you don’t have time. Use this quick meditation if you have only a few minutes.

Directions:

Sit upright with both feet on the floor.
Close your eyes.
Take a big deep breath in, and as you exhale, imagine all of your stress and worries leaving your body.
In your mind, say the word “mantra” with each inhale. Exhale your stress.
Do this for 5 minutes.

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