How to Feel Happier In Four Weeks

This could help improve your mood in splendid ways.

There are many ways to turn a bad mood around. You can improve your mood by practising certain techniques to help you enjoy the present even when your day is mundane. Here is a simple strategy that could help you feel happier in four weeks.

Week 1

In your first week, begin with mindfulness. That means taking time to reflect on the present moment. You should take in this experience as much as you can. The best part of this is you can practice mindfulness almost anywhere and at any time. You can even do it while you brush your teeth. If you don't know where to begin, take advantage of guided meditations. The important thing is to breathe and focus before you begin your day. You can do this with your eyes open. If you feel like you are unable to get into the swing of things, practise a few times during the day. As you practise mindfulness, you might start to notice a shift in your perspective, even on the little things.

Week 2

In our second week, meditate to engage your senses. Rub a few drops of essential oils on your hand before you begin. Peppermint and orange can make you feel energized. This small addition to your practice could make you feel more alert and help you breathe deeper. When doing meditation in the night, use lavender essential oil as it is more calming. In this state, you can repeat positive affirmations or just stay still if you prefer silence. You can also try sound bath, which is feeling the vibrations as you listen to music.

Week 3

The work you did in the first couple of weeks on your journey to improve your mood will help with guided imagery. This is especially a good practice when you feel stress. Start by making a list of all the things that make you happy. Be present in those moments when you do them. It could help to bring more joy into your life.

Week 4

Try mantra-based meditations. It can be uncomfortable for some to try at first. But a mantra can be extremely helpful. It is a word or phrase that you repeat in silence, which helps you stay focused. You can do it for about 10 minutes and then do it for a little longer as you get used to it.