Recovering my computer this past weekend (again) sure didn’t feel like SMALL stuff.
In the big picture, it isn’t something I will remember next week.
“Relax!” I kept telling myself. Yet I kept barking at my kids, and I could feel the tension creeping up the back of my neck.
Finally, I’d had enough of myself (and so had my kids), so I sat myself down to be still in silence.
Twenty minutes later, I felt a whole lot better.
Do you get anxious if you aren’t watching television, or listening to music, or reading a book, or busy with some other distraction?
If you will be still in silence, you will become aware of the tension that lives in your body. That is, IF you can stand the stillness long enough to let yourself become aware of it.
This stored tension will squeeze the life out of you if you don’t release it!
How do you relax?
- Drop everything and go for a walk.
- Keep the big picture in mind.
- Drink water, and eat whole food.
- Have an attitude of gratitude.
- Sit in quiet stillness.
As the “Life Breath Coach” I teach an action plan I call “BLESS” to take relaxation to a whole new level.
Discover how your breathing makes you sick and what you can do about it.
Learn how to navigate life from your heart space. Love really is the answer.
Become aware of the poison in the US food supply and find our why it is so hard to nourish your health with food.
Food really is your medicine IF it has not been altered with genetic modification.
Sit in quiet stillness everyday.
All of your answers are within you.
Sacred Breathing will give your Voice strength.
When you find solution to suffering it is your job to tell everyone who will listen.
Our loved ones and neighbors deserve to know the truth the medical merchants don’t want you to know!
Will yours be the next BLESSed life?
Become a member of the “Life Breath Club” today!
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Carrie Tucker, RCP
The Life Breath Coach
Heart Failure Solutions
PS- If I had taken my good friend Lynn’s advice, my computer crash would have been much less stress. Sometimes covering your bases just makes it easier to “chill”.
Check out Back Up Software Saves the Day on Lynn’s blog, and spare yourself the stress I muddled through, instead of enjoying my family this weekend.
If I had backed up my computer I’d have found some time to relax this weekend!
PPS– Remember everyday:
- Relax and Release tension
- Exhale Slowly
- Be active in a way that adds joy to your life
Plus pure water ~whole foods~sunshine~and laughter