Mastering emotional equilibrium the key to calming down quickly bk shivani

The Key to Calming Down Quickly

In the relentless pace of modern life, maintaining a serene mind can often seem like an unattainable goal. Amidst the whirlwind of daily responsibilities and challenges, it’s crucial to remember that taking care of our mental well-being is as important as fulfilling our external duties. The analogy of a mother multitasking while ensuring her baby’s well-being perfectly encapsulates this. Just as she prioritizes her child’s needs, we must learn to prioritize our mental peace amidst life’s chaos. This blog explores how to quickly calm down when upset, using simple yet profound strategies.

Understanding the Mind’s Dynamics

Our mind, much like a child, demands attention. It’s vital to listen and address its needs rather than dismissing them. In today’s society, being busy has become a badge of honor, yet it often leads to neglecting our inner peace. The mantra ‘I am busy’ echoes the turbulence within, breeding stress and agitation. It’s imperative to shift from this state of ‘busy’ to a state of ‘ease’ – where our mind is calm and relaxed.

Shifting from Turbulence to Tranquility

The concept of being busy is more about our internal state than our external activities. A busy mind is a disturbed mind. Conversely, a mind at ease, despite the plethora of tasks, maintains tranquility. Therefore, the focus should be on calming the inner child – our mind – amidst the external hustle.

Responding to the Mind’s Cries

Often, we overlook the initial signs of stress or anxiety, labeling them as ‘natural’. This neglect can escalate to more severe mental states like depression. It’s essential to console our mind at the first sign of distress. Just as a mother would immediately attend to her crying child, we too must pause and address our mind’s concerns.

Redefining ‘Natural’

Society often deems stress, anger, and irritation as natural. However, this perception can be harmful. We need to redefine what’s natural for our mental state. Stress and anger are not inevitabilities but choices we make in response to external stimuli.

The Two Families of Emotions

Emotions belong to two distinct families: one rooted in ego, leading to stress, anger, and irritation, and the other in peace, leading to love, compassion, and care. The emotions we experience and radiate affect not only us but also our surroundings.

The Practice of Mindful Reaction

To master the art of calming down quickly, it’s crucial to practice mindful reaction. This involves revisiting a past situation that caused anger or stress and imagining a different, more peaceful response. It’s like an actor rehearsing a role, preparing the mind to respond calmly in real situations.

The Impact of Our Thoughts

Every thought we create has a ripple effect – it first influences our mind, then our body, then our relationships, and finally, the environment. By cultivating positive thoughts, we can ensure our well-being and positively impact our surroundings.

Creating a Golden Age Within

The transformation from stress and negativity to peace and positivity is akin to moving from the Iron Age to the Golden Age in our inner world. In this Golden Age, every thought is pure, leading to a powerful soul, a healthy body, beautiful relationships, and a harmonious environment.

Essence and Actionable Tips

  1. Listen to Your Inner Voice: Regularly check in with your mind, just like a mother attentively listens to her child. Address your mental concerns with compassion.

  2. Redefine Your ‘Busy’: Shift your perception of being busy. Aim for a state of mental ease rather than a state of constant mental disturbance.

  3. Mindful Reaction Practice: Regularly revisit situations that caused distress and imagine responding differently, more calmly.

  4. Cultivate Positive Thoughts: Be mindful of your thoughts, as they impact your mind, body, relationships, and environment. Choose positivity.

  5. Meditation for Inner Peace: Incorporate meditation into your daily routine to nurture a calm, peaceful mind.


Guided Meditation Practice

(Turn on above audio and start practicing meditation)

Welcome to a guided meditation where we connect with the Divine, the Supreme Being, to draw strength and calmness. In moments of turmoil, turning to a higher power can be a profound source of tranquility and reassurance. Let’s embark on a journey to connect with this boundless source of peace.

Setting the Scene

Find a quiet, comfortable space where you can sit undisturbed. Gently close your eyes. Begin by taking deep, slow breaths – inhale peace, exhale stress.

Connecting with the Divine Light

  1. Centering Yourself: Focus on your breath, letting each inhale deepen your sense of calm and each exhale release any tension. Feel yourself grounded and centered.

  2. Visualizing the Supreme Light: Imagine a brilliant, radiant light above you. This light represents the Supreme Being, the source of infinite peace and power. See it shining brightly, illuminating everything with its gentle glow.

  3. Feeling the Divine Connection: As you focus on this light, feel its warmth and energy descending upon you, enveloping you in a cocoon of divine tranquility. This light is a symbol of unconditional love and infinite wisdom from the Supreme Being.

  4. Drawing Strength from the Divine: With every breath, draw this divine light into yourself. Feel it entering your mind, soothing your thoughts, and filling your heart with peace. Let it flow through you, calming your emotions and strengthening your inner core.

  5. Affirming Your Connection: Silently affirm, “I am a child of the Divine, connected to an endless source of peace and strength. In this connection, I find the power to overcome all challenges.”

  6. Releasing Worries to the Divine: Think of any specific worries or troubles that are upsetting you. One by one, offer them to this divine light. Trust that the Supreme Being understands and is taking care of each concern, guiding you towards resolution and peace.

  7. Basking in Divine Peace: Spend a few moments basking in this peaceful connection. Feel the harmony between you and the Supreme Being. Let this connection remind you that you are never alone and always supported.

  8. Returning with Renewed Strength: As this meditation draws to a close, start to bring your awareness back to your surroundings. Feel rejuvenated, carrying with you the peace and strength you’ve received from this divine connection.

  9. Gratitude: Before opening your eyes, express your gratitude to the Supreme Being for this moment of connection and the peace it has brought you.


As you open your eyes, remember this sacred connection is always available to you. Whenever you feel upset or overwhelmed, reconnect with this divine source to draw peace and power. This practice will help you maintain calmness and clarity in the face of life’s challenges.

Post-Meditation Practice:

Throughout your day, whenever you feel the onset of stress or agitation, pause and recall the sensation of divine light and peace. Let this be a reminder of your constant connection to the Supreme Being and the serenity it brings.

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