Take slow, deep breaths. Or try other breathing exercises for relaxation. 
Soak in a warm bath.
Listen to soothing music.
Practice mindful meditation. The goal of mindful meditation is to focus your attention on things that are happening right now in the present moment. .
Write. .
Use guided imagery.

Your right to be happy and successful, to have freedom and independence, depends on your ability to forgive. Because the ability to forgive has a big impact on your attitude to yourself (the things you feel you deserve) and your attitude to others (perhaps jealousy prevents you from achieving prosperity).

For example, if you’ve made a mistake with money in the past, maybe you haven’t spent it efficiently, it might make you think you don’t deserve a lot of money. As a result, it can lead to jobs that give less money and even cause you not to review new opportunities to earn more.

This applies to every aspect of your life, whether it is money, success, abundance, abundance. If you think you don’t deserve it, it means you’re going to keep that thing away from yourself. It only harms yourself and those around you. Because when you think you don’t deserve something, you stop yourself from having it, and as a result you have far less to share with the people you value around you.

Giving yourself time to forgive yourself, to work on it, is the most generous and selfless act you can do. That’s because when you can forgive yourself, you can free yourself from the clutches of the past, you can have more good things to share with those you care about in life. Whatever money, love, success, prosperity, you can be happier and more successful in all aspects of life by forgiving yourself. You can be a more generous person by forgiving yourself.

Another way that forgiveness helps you to create more abundance and prosperity in your life is that you can forgive other people. Especially if you resent them for what they have.

If you resent people who have more than you and think they have captured the success they have achieved as someone “bad,” “greedy,”and “corrupt,” then you are prevented from succeeding. Because you don’t think of yourself as “evil,” “greedy,” or “corrupt.” Yes, some people can achieve success in bad and selfish ways, but most people can also succeed by being good, honest and generous, for example, by discovering a product or service that everyone will pay for.

As soon as you get no one to success on their own. The people who will best lead you to success are the people who already have more than you. If you resent them, your bad attitude will keep them away from you. Instead, you can quickly and easily forgive others by reading the free eBook: four steps to forgiveness. Do not let resentment, jealousy, or mistakes in your past prevent you from achieving happiness or success at your disposal.


1) release
Does what you’re dealing with feel like the end of the world? It’s not a promise, but growing the situation you’re in doesn’t do it any good, because you’re already in it. So stop it.

2) Breathe
Next time you encounter a stressful situation where you want to rush, stop what you are doing for a minute and follow the steps below:

a) take five deep breaths in and out (your stomach should come back with each breath)
b) imagine the stress leaving your body with every breath.
c) smile. Act if necessary. It’s hard to stay grumpy with a sweet grin on your face.

Feel free to repeat the above steps every few hours at work or at home when you need them.

3) unwind
After your breathing session, do a quick body scan to detect areas that are tight or tense (cramped jaw? Round shoulders? Is there anything else that’s not easy?). Gently tap or massage your body areas under tension to promote complete relaxation (it can help you imagine you’re in a place to calm you down: a beach, health pool, or nature trail, for example).

4) Chew Slowly
Slow down at the dinner table if you want to be patient and lose weight. Eating your food as quickly as you paddle is a surefire way to eat more than you need (and you find yourself complaining). Be a careful eater who pays attention to the taste, texture and aroma of each dish. Chew slowly as you try to guess all the ingredients used to prepare your meal. Chewing slowly will also reduce those terrible midnight cravings that hide in you after work.

5) Enjoy The Journey
Focusing on the result can quickly become exhausting. Need a bold goal that will require a lot of time and patience? Divide this goal into several mini-goals, so you have many reasons to celebrate. Constantly giving yourself positive feedback both makes it easier for you to be patient and allows you to encourage yourself and enjoy what you do.

6) See The Big Picture
Next time your stress level reaches its maximum, take a deep breath and ask yourself:

Will that matter to me, “next week, next month, next year, ten years from now”?

Hint:no, no. We can say that many of the things that put you in trouble will not matter next week (perhaps even the day after). Don’t feel sorry for things you can’t control, because you’re just hurting yourself.

7) Stop Perfecting Yourself
You’re not perfect, we’re not, and that’s not a problem. If you show us a person who claims to be perfect, we can easily tell you that this is impossible. The perfection of yourself (or anyone else) will only stress you out, because it’s not possible.

8) Practice Every Day
Below are a few easy ways that you can patiently practice every day, in these ways increase your ability to stay calm in the face of stress:

* Next time you go to the grocery store, go the longest way.
* Enter instead of passing through the service at your bank.
* Take a long walk in a secluded park or trail.