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Meditation-Stress Management Technique

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Self reflection is healthy, being able to achieve deep relaxation is vital to stress relief. Quieting your mind is a stress management technique in several religions like Buddhism, Hinduism, Confusionism, and Taoism. The practice teaches you ways to relax on a deeper level. 

  1. Sit in a quiet place and close your eyes.
  2. Relax all of your muscles.
  3. Breathe slowly but naturally. With each exhale focus o a different part of the body, think to yourself relax.

Try this twice a day for 15 minutes.

When done, sit quietly with eyes closed. Open your eyes and stand up slowly. 

(14) Comments

  1. I will have to try this out one day. Normally I turn to stuffing chocolate in my face, which isn’t the healthiest.

  2. This would be so nice to do, especially if your day goes sideways. I want to have more ways to destress.

  3. Meditating can definitely do wonders for your body, spirit, and mind. Thanks for this reminder. I need to do more of it myself.

  4. Making sure to fit a few fifteen minute sessions of this into the routine should be easy enough. I’m liking this idea!

  5. I need to take more time to relax and meditate, especially when I’m feeling stressed. I will try this technique.

  6. I meditate on Bible verses. It really does help to relax and take away stress.

  7. Tasheena says:

    This post is so helpful. These tips would be perfect to include in my daily routines.

  8. Beth says:

    My college-aged son discovered that mediation helps him destress a lot. I keep thinking I’ll have to give it a try as well.

  9. I’ve been meaning to add more time for meditation in my day. I’ll keep this in my Pinterest board for tips. Thank you.

  10. There’s nothing like taking some time to just to breathe and take in the moment. I’ve been adding meditation to my everyday life. It definitely is a game-changer.

  11. Taking time to relax and just be is so important! Our society is driven by so much busyness, and that just isn’t good for our health!

  12. I definitely need some stress management in my life. Going to the gym regularly and getting at least 30 minutes daily of my heart rate elevated has been helping.

  13. Ruth I says:

    I would be trying this out. I’ve been so tired and stressed lately.

  14. Relaxation is easier said than done. But I need to do it. I will try your technique!

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