One of the quickest ways to improve your life.

This is November 12th of my book:  ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At ATime‘.

Take the opportunity today to be aware of any tension in your forehead, jaw or shoulders.

This might sound obvious, but how often during the day do you actually notice if you’re tense?

Take the opportunity today! Stop every hour or so and just sit for a moment and notice if you have any tension in your forehead, jaw or shoulders. These are the most common places to feel stress. If you notice tension – breathe deep and consciously relax that area of your body.

Say to yourself: ‘I notice when I’m tense and I relax.’ Get your subconscious on board to help you.

This simple act could change your life, if you suffer from chronic back or neck pain this could really help. Imagine if you felt relaxed and free of pain all the time, wouldn’t that make a difference?

Enjoy

Stu

:)

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6 Comments

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6 responses to “One of the quickest ways to improve your life.

  1. I keep hearing…”Listen to your body”… This was said on an exercise video we used with the Special Ed kids I worked with…
    and through going to the YMCA for water aerobics…I have learned to stop and breathe…Great advice!

  2. Good Exercise Stu… I think I may need it today… very short-handed at work, lots of sick employees. Time to put on the smile and shoulder to the grind stone… I will also take time for those good deep, slow breathing techniques. 🙂

  3. Consistently making conscious effort to ease tension is a simple way to drastically reduce unnecessary pressure and all it’s avoidable consequences. Thanks for sharing such a lovely thought provoking post. 🙂

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