Quick tips that can help with the overwhelm and anxiety that comes with a family member or friend being in the hospital.
This is a topic close to my heart. I have wanted to make and share this video for about 2 years now.
Over the weekend, I received a text from a mom friend saying that they were at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and her son and just been diagnosed with Type One Diabetes.
My older son, Simon, was diagnosed just over 2 years ago. This mom was feeling scared and overwhelmed and wanted support.
I shared encouraging words and wished I would have sent her this video.
A lot of the reason I share the work and tips I do is because of my experience of being at the hospital for 4 days dealing with a new diagnosis.
I wish had these tips years before when other family members had been in the hospital.
These tips can also help in daily life and times of stress.
Tip #1 – Ask angels for help
- I strongly encourage you to create a relationship with angels. Ask angels to surround your loved one and to help keep them safe. Ask them to fill them with white light, peace, and love.
Tips #2 – Ask God to take away your worries
- Ask God/Universe/Universe/Divine to take away your worries. It is not your job to worry. Ask for your worries to be taken away. Imagine a magic wand drawing the worries out of your mind and off of your shoulders. There are unseen forces there to help you.
Tip #3 – Ego Eradicator Breath
- Try Ego Eradicator Breath. Helps with stress and gives energy. Short example in this video. Longer video can be watched here.
- Sitting tall raise your arms up to a 60-degree angle. Straighten your elbows and relax your shoulders down.
- Curl your fingertips on to the pads of your palms at the base of the fingers. Stretch your thumbs out. (The arms being up is optional, especially if you are in a situation such as a hospital room!)
- Close your eyes and focus above the head.
- Practice Breath of Fire by breathing only through your nose with quick and even inhales and exhales. (example in video).
- Allow your navel point to pump in and out.
- Continue for 1 – 3 minutes.
- To end, inhale deeply and bring the thumb tips to touch overhead. Open the fingers, exhale and relax the arms down.
These 3 things were a huge help in the hospital and still help me to this day.
I hope they help you too!