Navigating the Return of FOMO

  1. Stop what you are doing.
  2. Write down what feels out of your control.
  3. Sit down, close your eyes, be sure your feet are on the ground.
  4. Take 4 deep, deep breaths, in and out.
  5. Open your eyes.
  6. Write down one thing that will allow you to feel more grounded.
  • As you re-enter “normal” life, what do you want your lifestyle to be like and how do you want to show up?
  • What do you feel most anxious about as we re-enter a more “normal” life?
  • What or who do you find yourself trying to control?
  • Who is your essential self and who is your social self? How balanced are these two parts of you?
  • Remember a moment where you felt completely at peace and filled with joy. Where were you? Who were you with? What were you doing?
  • What kind of practice will help you experience a spacious mind more regularly?

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