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Calming Thoughts

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Calming Thoughts – by Angela R.

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Coloring has become a popular way to destress and unwind in recent years. It’s a form of meditation that is accessible to everyone, regardless of skill level or experience. Many people turn to coloring as a way to quiet their minds and find inner peace.

When we color, we engage in a type of “grounding” meditation. This means that we focus on the present moment and our immediate surroundings, allowing us to let go of our worries and concerns.

By immersing ourselves in the act of coloring, we are able to connect with our inner selves and tune out the distractions of the outside world.

Coloring is a particularly effective form of grounding meditation because it is simple and accessible. All you need is a coloring book and some pencils, markers, or crayons.

There are countless designs and patterns to choose from, so you can find something that speaks to you and your personal preferences.

What’s especially great about coloring is that it’s a low-pressure activity. There are no rules or expectations to follow, so you can be as creative or as precise as you like. The act of coloring itself is what matters, not the finished product.

As we color, we begin to enter a state of flow. This is a mental state where we are fully engaged in an activity and lose track of time.

It’s a state of deep concentration and focus that is incredibly rewarding. When we are in a state of flow, we experience a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment that is hard to find elsewhere.

Overall, coloring is a wonderful way to practice grounding meditation and find inner peace. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced colorist, there are endless opportunities to explore your creativity and connect with your inner self.

So the next time you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed, try picking up a coloring book and see where the journey takes you.

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