1. Breathing for Relaxation
If your body is not relaxed, your mind will not be either. Respiration is the principal tool for achieving that go into that state of tranquility you are looking for (remember that oxygen reach all your blood). And although it is a basic and natural activity, often in our day bad breath (by mouth, breathe too fast or not at all)
If you’re in your bed, pay close attention to how you are breathing. Maybe you’re not doing well. Concentrate on how you’re doing, plus other thoughts depart from your mind. Here are the steps you must take to get a good breath:
Put one hand on your abdomen and inhale. Check air fill your lungs completely. Notice how your abdomen rises.
Hold your breath for a few seconds.
Exhale, your abdomen should return to its natural state first and then your chest must be released. Do it slowly, making sure all air throw.
Now, when you already control, you can stop thinking about it. Keep your hand on your abdomen will help you realize if you keep doing it correctly.
2. Goodbye to negative thoughts
Much of our difficulty sleeping comes from our little mind control. Yes, you have that meeting tomorrow that will determine your income throughout the year or have the test that should make you pass the course and you can not get out of your mind. Of course I too would have happened! And above all, I think, tomorrow I will have a hellish dark circles! (more…)