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I release stress by just blowing the tension away.

Published on 10/20/2015
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I release stress by just blowing the tension away.

 

 

I use a simple and effective solution for the stress that builds up in my daily life. I just let my cares and worries float away as I exhale.

 

Releasing stress makes me more productive. I see more clearly once stressful distractions are cleared away. My energy levels increase as I unburden myself and get rid of nagging doubts.

 

 

 

 

 

My physical well-being is also involved. Knowing how to relax helps me enjoy a happier and more active life.

 

Skillful breathing makes me happier. As I get more practice at it, I become even more content.

 

The first step is to pay attention to my feelings. I notice the warning signs when I am uneasy. I slow down when I am under pressure.

 

 

 

 

 

I examine the situation and my reactions. I identify what is troubling me. It may be as obvious as a burst water pipe in my bathroom or as subtle as missing my usual morning swim.

 

Next, I inhale deeply. I visualize the air taking my stress away with it as it leaves my nostrils.

For fun or when times get especially rough, I scrunch up my face and fists as I breathe in. I exhale sharply to drive out whatever is bothering me.

 

 

 

 

Today, I am grateful for the power of simple breathing. I count on its ability to soothe and comfort me throughout the day.

 

These are the question I ask myself. 1. How often do I pay attention to my breath? 2. How can I use conscious breathing to change the way I think? 3. What resources can I use to teach me how to breathe more mindfully?

 

Leroy Ross

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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