Stop fretting and concentrate on the present moment.
One of the main reasons for sadness, according to Eckhart Tolle, is that we live in or obsess over the future or the past. How many days, weeks, or hours have you wasted dwelling about what might have been or could have been, all the things you need to do or should have done? If you’re anything like me, that number is way too high.
Meditation is praised by nearly everyone, and I have to agree. Even if it’s only for a few minutes a day, meditation can help you stay present and relax your mind. Meditation is known for its power to reduce stress, improve attention, decrease aging, promote a healthy lifestyle, and increase self-awareness. Meditation is a grounding exercise. It allows you to focus on the heart of who you are and what you believe without being distracted by contradictory, self-defeating thoughts.
Develop coping strategies.
In many ways, we live in a challenging time: politically, economically, and emotionally. At the same time, we are connected and disconnected. If you concentrate on the negative aspects of life, you will undoubtedly become anxious and depressed. Start by concentrating on what you can control and letting go of what you can’t.
Make a real-time connection investment.
Some of the happiest areas on the planet are those where people live and work together. Each is a part of a larger picture, and they want to aid one another. I believe that making relationships with other people is one of the key reasons we exist and that it plays a major role in happiness. “I describe connection as the energy that exists between individuals when they feel heard, seen, and appreciated; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and power from the relationship,” according to researcher Brené Brown.