Release: How to start meditating

In times of stress, close your eyes and breathe deeply. Concentrate on your breathing process. Let the air circulate throughout, relaxing each part of your body in turn. Start at the toes and work your way up slowly.

Relax your toes, … feel the relaxation as it moves up your body. Now, relax your feet–again, feel how your body responds to the relaxation. Move to the ankles. Relax your legs, your knees, and your thighs. Relax your diaphragm, your chest, your arms, hands, and fingers. Relax your neck, your jaw, your mouth, your eyes, and your forehead.

When you finally reach the top of your head, visualize the energy of the sun flowing from the universe through your body, healing and energizing you. As you feel the heat and healing rays pushing the negative energy from your body and out the soles of your feet say to yourself: “I accept the gift of life that My Higher Power has given me. I accept that I am an instrument of good. I am wonderful, beautiful, kind, generous, and happy. I am talented and intelligent. I have value.
Open Your Eyes.

Always start your day with deep breaths and the release of all the stress and obstacles that have held you back. You can do this at the office on your lunch break. Include a brisk walk and you have just rejuvenated yourself to take on the rest of the day. Avoid heavy lunches to prevent the sluggishness that tires us out by mid- afternoon. Eat lean meats, vegetables, fruits, and nuts. Try whole wheat tortillas instead of bread or bring just half a sandwich and a soup. Avoid fries and fast food if possible. Remember release all the negative that has invaded our lives before, during, and after the end of the day.



~ by womenstudycenter on January 12, 2009.

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