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College Students: Fearless & Balanced

College Students: Fearless & Balanced

As we’ve talked about in previous articles, college is a time of major change. Sometimes, that change can lead to emotional imbalance and even “College Depression”.

But what do you do about the everyday struggles that come up, like shyness, fears, and situations that test your worldviews? While these aren’t always large scale emotions that cripple our ability to function, they do prevent us from experiencing things fully.

If you want to get the most out of your college experience, it’s time to face those small obstacles head on.

Addressing Shyness and Fears

How did you feel your first day in your new dorm or the anxiety of getting to the dorm that first day? What were you thinking about when you sat in your first lecture? Odds are you felt a combination of shyness (“I don’t know what to say to my new roommate!”) and/or fear (“What if no one wants to sit next to me? What if I fail this class?”). These are entirely normal experiences and emotions, but it’s important to recognize those emotions for what they are: limiting.

If you’d like to not be limited, you’ll need to apply the truest version of yourself to your new experience. This means branching out a little, being brave, and reversing negative thoughts. To stay balanced even when your emotions seem all over the place, why not try to:

  • Start a conversation with someone first. You are not the only one experiencing shyness and fear in college! Remember that when you see someone standing alone or sitting in the mess hall.
  • Take a class that scares you a little bit. Do you avoid public speaking? Are you freaked out at the thought of dissecting frogs in biology? Take a class that seems a little out of your comfort zone. By controlling the new situations you encounter, you’ll see that you are more capable than you know!
  • Give yourself some quiet time. College can be loud and overwhelming. From classes to roommates to parties and even jobs, you’ll be around people a lot. This can be draining, so give yourself downtime alone. Your mind will thank you for it.
  • Plant Medicine Help. Shared below.

These are little practices that might seem insignificant, but they flex those “emotional” muscles that can be affected by college chaos. Of course, if you want to start off on the best playing field, you can even add flower remedies to your daily emotional practice.

Stay Grounded with Plant Medicine, Flower Remedies

Emotions like shyness and fear are natural. A little bit of either one can help you grow in new situations, but a lot of either can be damaging to your emotional and mental wellbeing. If you’d like to “level the playing field” a little, why not try flower remedies?

  • Fears/Shyness – Mimulus from Bach Flower Remedies (health food store) or Dog Rose from Australian Bush Flower Essences (order online)
  • Confidence – Larch from Bach Flower Remedies or Five Corners from Australian Bush Flower Essences
  • Crowds – Kangaroo Paw from Australian Bush (social anxiety) and Fringed Violet for energy protection in crowds
  • Stress/Overwhelm – Elm from Bach Flower Remedies
  • Help with Studying and Hard Courses – Not giving up – Kapok Bush from Australian Bush Flower Essences

Instead of waiting for college to totally overwhelm you, add plant medicine, flower extracts to your day. You can actually help reverse those negative challenges that hold you back from living life happy and balance your emotions and mental state gently, safely, powerfully and profoundly! Notice how you feel before taking the remedy(ies) and how you feel weekly after you begin using.

You will notice moving from fears, negative thoughts to positivity and joy!

Just put 7 drops 2x day in any of your drinks, in a spray, or right in your mouth. You’ll also be able to address huge events or tough situations with a clear mind and happy heart!

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