How to Get Your Mojo Back
One can lose one’s “mojo” at any time. The word comes from a folk belief in personal magic. Originally, it meant casting a hoodoo spell over someone to disempower them. In common parlance, the term “lose your mojo” now refers to feeling unmotivated or lacking drive.
So, if you’ve lost your mojo, you’re no longer as successful as you used to be. You’ve lost your will-to-win. Today, the word has taken on a larger meaning. Mojo is viewed as the life force that drives all creative people to perform great things.
Fortunately, if you’ve lost your creative zest for life, there are a few simple hacks to get it back.
Rejuvenate With Superfoods
Superfoods contain higher levels of nutrients than regular foods. Vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals in these foods keep your body healthy and protect it from disease. It is possible to further increase the benefits of superfoods by taking supplements.
To boost mental and physical energy, most people take adaptogens such as ashwagandha, ginseng, or rhodiola rosea. The ability of these herbs to increase energy, balance hormones, and reduce stress is widely recognized. In addition, they are reputed to restore sexual potency in both men and women.
There is a shilajit resin, however, used in Ayurveda, a traditional Indian medicine system, that is less well-known. It not only works better but also provides a wider range of therapeutic benefits. The resin itself has a dark brown or black color and a tar-like texture. A superior supplemental blend that includes this resin can provide rare microminerals, antioxidants, and fulvic acid to enhance mental acuity and physical vitality.
Dress the Part
With the Winter Solstice approaching fast on December 21, it may be time to get a new winter wardrobe. When you’re wearing trendy winter clothes you’ll feel like a new person.
Psychologists have been fascinated by clothing for a long time. Fashion psychology is an actual academic discipline that puzzles over the mystery of why wearing “the right clothes” makes us feel so good. However, you don’t have to be a psychologist to appreciate how wearing your favorite outfit and accessorizing perfectly can raise your mood and boost your self-esteem.
So, another way to get your Mojo back, to feel bold and confident again, is to build your wardrobe.
Adopt a Fitness Lifestyle
It’s hard to feel depressed when you’re radiant with health and vitality. Though exercising may not be the panacea for all ills, it does make life more enjoyable. People who work out regularly are less prone to mood disorders, such as depression or anxiety, because their physical exertion increases dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain.
Fitness plays an important role in promoting well-being. Various exercises target the body in different ways. Weight training, for example, builds muscle and burns fat, while yoga focuses on flexibility and mobility. Find the type of routine that works for you.
Find Your Tribe
Social psychologists believe that “finding your tribe” can be a life-changing experience. Although it’s not always easy to find people who share the same interests as you, it is worth the effort to find them. Your tribe will provide you with the support and encouragement that you need to flourish in life.
Many people find that joining a group and interacting with people can be therapeutic, uplifting, and satisfying. Whether it’s a book club or a night out with friends, the right social group provides a sense of purpose and a convincing reason to interact. In the long run, hanging out with the right crowd can improve your health and wellbeing.
Recover From Your Setbacks
You can recover from almost any adversity that life throws at you with these tips on how to regain your mojo. Once you’ve rekindled your inner fire, you might even be unstoppable.