Getting Your Mojo Back

Posted by on Jun 13, 2011 in Creativity, Emotional Mastery, Lifestyle, Mind Power, Mindset, Personal Development, Relaxation, Self Love, Wellness | Comments Off




We all go through rough times in our lives, but some people have it worse than others. No matter who you are, though, you can probably use a little self-help every now and again. Whether you need to heal from a recent loss, are in recovery for an addiction, or have reached any other kind of low point in your life, you can still get your mojo back. Healing takes time, but there are plenty of things that you can do to help it along.


So, who exactly needs to get their mojo back? Well, in truth, anyone who isn’t happy or who isn’t living their life to the fullest. This could be because of addiction or depression, or because of anxiety related to any area of life’s problems. If your life isn’t what you want to be right now, then you need to take your mojo back. This may sound impossible, but there are specific steps you can take to help yourself do it.


The first way is to calm yourself down and allow yourself to deal with life’s problems a little better. This can be done through relaxation and meditation. The most effective forms of psychology today are based around principles that originated in the practice of mindfulness meditation, so by simply taking up the practice yourself, you can start the healing process. You might also try a positive affirmation or two in order to help convince your subconscious of the true abundance of the world.


The other way is to take up a hobby that you think you could be really passionate about. This should be something creative and fun, something that could be used as source of inspiration in your daily life. It could be something like painting or sculpting, or it could be a more spiritual practice, such as reiki.


Whatever you do, the most important thing is to commit to a plan of action, even if it seems utterly impossible at the moment. Just make a decision to do at least one thing each day to improve your life and things will start to get a little better, bit by bit.


© Carol Finlayson, 2011