Tag: Relaxation

  • Stress, Dealing With It – Part One

    “Just when you feel you have no time to relax, know that this is the moment you most need to make time to relax.”― Matt Haig, Reasons to Stay Alive Stress, it is part of daily life! You feel it in your job, school, and even in the home. Since it is almost a daily thing, the […]

  • A Reblog: Mental Talk and Self Identity — No Stress

    Mental Talk and Self Identity Self and Society In order to function on a daily basis we all need a measure of relaxation. We need to think positive in order to relax. Because the world is full of problems, we often face many challenges from society and world leaders. At times when we feel distressed,… via […]

  • A Reblog -An Easy Way To Soothe Stress — No Stress

    An Easy Way To Soothe Stress Hey,listen up. It’s time to relax, chill out, and release those pent-up physical, mental and emotional tensions. When dealing with everyday stress and the probability of stress build-up, NOW is always the right time to be proactive; to beat stress before it beats you. Think of stress as a… via […]

  • Guided Relaxation

    When I was in treatment in a morning group the facilitator would have us participate in what is called “Guided Relaxation” Basically it is a person taking you through some steps to help you to relax. It is usually with light background music. I found it quite effective, sometimes some would nod off which wasn’t […]

  • A Re-Blog: Breathing And Relaxation Techniques To Sleep Better… — No Stress

    Breathing And Relaxation Techniques To Sleep Better… There are many breathing and relaxation techniques that you can learn to use to promote relaxation and relieve stress. The deeper and slower that you breathe the more relaxed and sedated you will become. Sleeping with the window open will help the air to circulate in your bedroom… via […]

  • Stillness

    Nearly everybody I know does something to try to remove herself to clear her head and to have enough time and space to think… All of us instinctively feel that something inside us is crying out for more spaciousness and stillness to offset the exhilarations of this movement and the fun and diversion of the […]