14 Mindfulness Quotes About Anxiety And Lowering Stress

14 Mindfulness Quotes About Lowering Stress and Being Present

14 Powerful Mindfulness Quotes To Enjoy The Present and Lower Stress
Here are 14 mindfulness quotes about lowering anxiety, reducing stress, and being fully present in the now.

Are your thoughts in a whirlwind – floating to the past or wandering into the future? I’m here to help!

I personally created each of these mindfulness quotes with the goal of helping you to breathe a sigh of relief and let go of anxiety.

Why? Because I’m a recovered anxiety sufferer – turned meditation expert/teacher. Unfortunately, I fully understand what it’s like to be overwhelmed by worries about the future and regrets about the past.

Thankfully, I also now know how to master my thoughts, so I can be fully, peacefully present in the here and now.

In fact I now even believe a good definition for happiness is “to be mindfully and peacefully present in the moment.”

Develop the superpower of mindfulness

Got 2 minutes? Then you have time to do a mindfulness meditation!

I share a range of relaxing 2 minute meditations in my book Instant Calm.

These mindfulness tools are based on using your 5 senses (sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste) – and help you to quickly feel more calm and grounded. Instant Calm is great for beginners to meditation – as well as advanced meditators.

Learn more about Instant Calm here!

14 Powerful Mindfulness Quotes

Scroll through these quotes about anxiety and mindfulness. Choose your favorite image as your mobile wallpaper.

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Anxiety happens when you think you have to figure out everything all at once. Breathe. You’re strong. You got this. Take it day by day. – Karen Salmansohn

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Quotes To Enjoy The Present and Lower Stress

No amount of anxiety can change the future. No amount of regret can change the past. – Karen Salmansohn

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sayings To Enjoy The Present and Lower Stress

Feeling anxiety? Do a grounding tool. Look around you. Find 5 things you can see, 4 things you can touch, 3 things you can hear, 2 things you can smell, and 1 thing you can taste. This is called grounding. It’s helpful to do whenever you feel anxious. – Karen Salmansohn

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Try not to get stressed about the family who doesn’t treat you right. Feel blessed about the family who’s always there for you. – Karen Salmansohn

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Life is too short to stress about people who don’t deserve room in your heart. – Karen Salmansohn

  • Use these mindfulness quotes as mobile wallpaper. Every time you look at your phone you will be reminded to breathe and enjoy the present.

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Breathe. If you’re dealing with anxiety, be gentle with yourself. It takes strength to pull yourself out of an anxiety attack. If you’ve done that today (or any day) be proud of yourself. – Karen Salmansohn

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If it stresses you out – let it go.

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Take life day by day. Be grateful for little things. Don’t stress over what you cannot control. – Karen Salmansohn

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Feeling stressed? Close your eyes and imagine ocean waves. Quiet your mind by envisioning the waves getting quieter and quieter until there’s not even a ripple on the surface. – Karen Salmansohn

 

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Reminder: It’s call a love life. Not a stressed out all the time life. – Karen Salmansohn

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My mission: I’ll stop stressing about the future. Instead, I’ll take that wasted energy and put it into mindfully enjoying the present -each day – just a little bit more. – Karen Salmansohn

  • Print out these mindfulness quotes and tape them on your bathroom mirror! When you brush your teeth each day, you will be prompted to be in the moment.

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mindfulness quotes about anxiety

Here’s an easy exercise for reducing stress: Sit. Breathe. Repeat. – Karen Salmansohn

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quotes about anxiety

Anxiety happens when you think you have to figure out everything all at once. Breathe. You’re strong. You got this. Take it day by day. – Karen Salmansohn

  • Pass the positivity forward on Instagram and inspire others to enjoy the present moment.

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Powerful Mindfulness Quote

I will breathe. I’ll think of solutions. I won’t let my worry control me. I’ll not let my stress break me. I. Will. Simply. Breathe. And it will be okay. Because I don’t quit. – Shayne McClendon

Bonus Mindfulness Quote

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Feeling anxious? Be mindful of where your thoughts are going. Stop replaying troubling memories of the past. Stop obsessing about the future. Breathe. Be present. Then think of one thought or habit you can do to feel better right here in this moment. – Karen Salmansohn

Develop the superpower of calm

Get effective relaxation tools reduce stress and be more mindfully present in the moment.

Try meditating! You don’t need to meditate for long periods of time to lower stress. You can simply do relaxing 2 minute meditations! Check out my book Instant Calm. The tools are based on using your 5 senses (sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste) – and help you to quickly feel more calm and grounded. Instant Calm is great for beginners to meditation – as well as advanced meditators.

Plus my book is recommended by the world’s top wellness and meditation experts – including Elena Brower and Kristine Carlson.

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A HELPFUL GUIDE TO DECOMPRESS FROM LIFE’S CHALLENGES

Karen’s book “Instant Calm” can help anyone redefine and expand their meditation practices. She shares a range of unique sensory meditations – which tap into all 5 senses – and offer a quick, fun approach to reset your mind and refocus your energy. I personally have begun to use these mini meditations whenever I just want to feel a mental boost throughout my day. Loving the illustrations and Karen’s fun and lighthearted writer’s voice. Truly – I highly recommend this book as a helpful guide to decompress from life‘s challenges. – Kristine Carlson, NYTimes Bestselling Co-Author of Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff

Learn more about “Instant Calm” here!

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