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Mindful Mantras for Christmas

Posted: Monday, 18 October 2021 @ 14:12

Here are some mantras to say to yourself, to keep you calm and present in your life, even when the busy-ness of Christmas starts to overwhelm you.

To help you remember to say your mantra, wear a Mantra Necklace and hold onto it for a few moments each day, and repeat its mantra to yourself, to bring you moments of peace and tranquility. Take a look at our Mindful Christmas Gifts, and our mindful jewellery for children


All the busy-ness can take its toll on us, emotionally, spiritually and physically. Sometimes, all we need is a few mindful minutes during the day, taking time to be still, present and mindful - especially in this year of all years. Here are my favourite mantras for a mindful Christmas:


calming mantra

A mindful mantra to help you when you're feeling stressed by a long to-do list or lots of demands on your time. Take a few moments to breathe deeply, and repeat "I breathe in calmness, I breathe out stress" - you'll be amazed at the difference it makes to your mindset. Just slowing down to breathe and say the mantra, will help. 


calming mantra

If, like many of us, you find yourself feeling overwhelmed during the Christmas season, try quietly repeating to yourself "I feel calm, safe and grounded", whilst picturing a peaceful scene, perhaps a calm body of water or a quiet woodland glade.


love mantra

Christmas is a time for family, but sometimes we are so busy we forget to prioritise time with the people we love the most. This mantra reminds us of the loving connections that surround us, and urges us to appreciate our friends, family and those dearest to us. 


mantra for help

The festive season can be really hard for some people, for many different reasons. Remember it's ok to not be ok, even at Christmas. This mantra reminds you that if you're struggling, the best thing to do is reach out for help. If you are having a hard time, remember you can always get help - MIND or the Samaritans are good places to start. 


positive mantra

If you can, try to remember what you are grateful for at the end of each day, and close each day with a smile. Focusing on the positives when we feel tired and stressed can sometimes be enough to change our outlook, helping us feel calmer and more grounded. 

For more hints and tips on having a mindful Christmas, take a look at our latest blog:

How to have a mindful Christmas



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