Let’s begin with the shoulders.
Let the shoulders drop into a comfortable position.
Be aware of how you position your shoulders.
We tend to roll our shoulders forward when we focus on a cell phone, work at a desk, do crafts, bike ride, eat or are in a state of shock by a loud noise or trauma.
When we roll the shoulders forward, we constrict our breathing, decreasing the flow of oxygen and blood flow around our entire head and body. Slumping the shoulders, can begin a life time of troubles with posture, emotional and body stress and strains. by causing more stress on our physical and emotional systems.
When we reverse the roll, it opens our chest so we can clear our lungs and breathe deeper. It creates space to release stuck emotions and gas.
Take a little time and consciously keep those shoulders moving forward and backwards often throughout the day.
Stop and relax your mind and body.
Let yourself belly breath and you will feel like you are living a Relaxation Island© Experience.
“Train your breath to flow gently, like a river…
To master our breath is to be in control of our bodies and minds. Each time we find ourselves dispersed and find it difficult to gain control of ourselves by different means, the method of watching the breath should always be used.”― Thích Nhất Hạnh
Be Confident and Happy Class Series
“Catching your breath” class will let you experience the ultimate secret to health and confidence.
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“The greatest obstacles to inner peace are disturbing emotions such as anger, attachment, fear and suspicion, while love and compassion and a sense of universal responsibility are the sources of peace and happiness.” Dalai Lama
What is inside with be reflected outside.
If your inner frustrations, anger, fear or anxiety are bubbling in the Inner Zone, under the surface, it keeps you in a agitated state, never relaxed or peaceful. These emotional states cause us to react to a challenging situation not act.
Stop before you act out.
There is a criterion by which you can judge whether the thoughts you are thinking and the things you are doing are right for you. The criterion is: Have they brought you inner peace? – Peace Pilgrim
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