Mindfulness Quotes for Students to deal Anxiety and Stress
Oversimplifying reality by thinking in terms of pessimism or optimism is a mistake. The issue is seeing things as they are.
One of the most exquisite gems of wisdom is mental calmness.
Slow down a little. Make an effort to become lost. Pay attention to how you judge yourself and others.
The mind must be extremely calm and tranquil in order to comprehend the infinite.
It is not your goal to fight the mind; rather, it is to observe it.
The most powerful weapon against your troubles is your calm mind. So sit back and enjoy yourself.
Anything that is fluid, soft, and yielding will triumph over anything rigid and hard. What’s soft is tough.
When meditation is mastered, the mind remains steady as a candle flame in a windless place.
If you feel as if you’re losing everything, remember that trees shed their leaves every year and stand tall, waiting for better days to come.
Allow your mind and heart to relax for a while. The world will not stop spinning for you, but you will catch up. Take a break.
Stop beating yourself up because you aren’t perfect. You were never meant to be that way in the first place.
The sun may appear to be hidden behind clouds at times, but it will emerge shining once more.
Sometimes not thinking, wondering, imagining, or obsessing is the best thing you can do. Simply take a deep breath and trust that everything will turn out fine.
Because stress is self-inflicted, I resolved to stop producing it. Even in the midst of chaos, we can choose to be internally calm and joyful.
It’s okay to be unhappy. Simply don’t give up.
At the end of the day, gently tell yourself, ‘I love you, you did your best today, even if you didn’t get everything done.’ Anyway, I adore you.
Take it easy on yourself. Allow whatever you do today to suffice.
Do not ruminate on the past or fantasise about the future; instead, focus your attention on the here and now.
Accept what is. Let go of what was. Have faith in what will happen.
Joy and happiness abound in the present moment. You’ll notice it if you pay attention.
You possess a treasure that is infinitely greater than anything the world can provide.
Living a mindful 24 hour day is more valuable than living a non-mindful 100 year life.
It’s not a matter of letting go—although you would if you could. We should probably say “let it be” instead of “let it go.”
Some of the most important battles will be fought within your own soul’s silent chambers.
It is not what happens to you, but how you react to it, that is important.
Maintain inner stillness in the midst of chaos and movement.
The more quiet you become, the more you will be able to hear.
The life that lies ahead of you is far more important than the life that lies behind you.
Flowers regenerate even after the harshest winters. You will, as well.
You don’t have to control your thoughts; you simply have to stop allowing them to control you.
You may not be able to control everything that happens to you, but you can choose not to be defined by them.
Keep in mind how far you’ve come rather than how far you still have to go. You are not where you want to be, but you are also not where you were.
You wouldn’t be so concerned about what others think of you if you realized how rarely they do.
Do not let your difficulties cause you anxiety; after all, stars shine brightest in the darkest nights.
Don’t be concerned if others think you’re insane. You’re insane. You have that intoxicating insanity that allows others to dream outside the lines and become who they were born to be.
Anxiety and humanity were both born at the same time. And because we will never be able to master it, we must learn to live with it, just as we have learned to live with storms.
If you treat every situation as if it were a matter of life and death, you will die a lot.
Worrying a little bit every day will cost you a couple of years over the course of your life. If something is broken, try to fix it as soon as possible. But teach yourself not to be concerned. Worrying never solves anything.
If you can’t fly, run; if you can’t run, walk; if you can’t walk, crawl; but whatever you do, keep moving.
Everything that happens to you is yours. Take charge of it. Even if it feels impossible to swallow, feed it to yourself. Allow it to nourish you; it will.
Work diligently in silence. Allow your success to be your loudspeaker.
Instead of focusing on what you can’t control, direct your attention to what you can.
Believe in yourself. You’ve been through a lot, and you’ll get through whatever comes next.
Have faith in yourself and everything you are. Recognize that you have something within you that is stronger than any obstacle.
Difficult roads frequently lead to stunning destinations. The most exciting part is still ahead of us.
Make mistakes and take chances. That is how you mature. Your courage grows stronger as a result of your suffering. To practice being brave, you must fail.
Anxiety occurs when you believe you must figure out everything all at once. Breathe. You’re a fighter. You’ve got it. Take things day by day.
There is only one path to happiness: stop worrying about things that are beyond our control.
If you unplug it for a few minutes, almost everything, including you, will work again.
There are times when we come to a halt and sit still. We listen, and breezes from another world start to whisper.
Breathe. Allow yourself to go. And remind yourself that this is the only moment you know for certain.
Remember the blue sky. It is sometimes obscured by clouds, but it is always present.
Life is a precious commodity. We can spend it lost in thought or by choosing to be present as life unfolds around us.
There is always a place of stillness within us, no matter how fast life moves around us.
If you want to overcome life’s anxiety, live in the present moment and in the breath.
Don’t let your mind persuade your body that it must bear the weight of your worries.
Attempting to be a perfectionist increases stress and impairs performance.
A productive activity is an excellent way to relieve emotional stress. Start doing something productive with your mind.
The more you stress, the heavier it becomes. If you accumulate too much, the weight of carrying it can be too much for you.
Don’t believe every anxious thought that comes to mind. Worrying thoughts are notorious for being wrong.
Mindful meditation is an extremely effective way to manage our stress and anxiety.
Worrying is a waste of time that accomplishes nothing. It will only cause stress, which can have serious consequences for your health.
Remember that every time you say yes to something, especially if you only say yes half-heartedly, you add stress to your life.
If you’re worried about happiness, you’re doing it wrong!
Don’t be concerned about the could-haves; if it should have happened, it would have happened.