2 Wake Up Now
(Exercising Your Mind) Relief from stress through relaxation is in very high-demand these days.
Everywhere I go there are stressed-out, anxious, and worried people longing for relief from these demons of the mind that also wreak havoc on the body, and soul.
Yet still, days, weeks, months, and years go by without them finding the relief they desire. and truly need to live a healthy life.
This is not a condition to envy, and I feel deeply for you if this is your case.
But it is time to Wake Up Now from such a nightmare condition.
I can relate, because stress, anxiety, and worry used to plague me.
And I never knew the light of hope until one day I read a magnificent book that motivated me to begin a self-healing journey.
So here I am about to share with you a very simple technique that you can use the instant you finish reading this entire article to begin experiencing immediate relief from your stress, anxiety, and / or worry.
Because of my study, practice, and teaching of yoga and hypnosis for over 10-years now, I have experienced the great healing power and relief that these practices can bring.
But not everyone wishes to, or has the ability to do the movements that yoga requires.
And some others just really do not want to.
This is because the yoga that most of us have been exposed to is only shown as a series of twists, bends, and other physical contortions.
Even though that is the case, I have done a lot more research into what yoga really can be.
And it is a whole lot more than many of us may have ever been shown.
Because this whole lot more is actually a whole lot less sometimes.
This basic and simple foundation is what you are about to practice.
It starts with your breath.
The way that you breathe is very important for relaxation.
When we are feeling stress, anxiety, and worry; our breathing takes on a certain pattern in our lungs and body.
To relax, the hypnotic-yoga practice you will do is the changing of this breathing pattern.
It is called a practice, because like most things that are worth doing, it may take some repetition to get the results that you want.
Relaxation Breathing Pattern One
- Sit down or lie down in a comfortable place.
- Push all of the air out of your lungs through your mouth.
- As slowly as you can, breath in through your nose.
- Repeat this two more times for three inhales and exhales total.
After you have completed those 3-exhales through your mouth and 3-inhales through your nose, take 3 to 5-minutes to examine yourself to know if you feel a difference. After 5 minutes, you are ready for
Relaxation Breathing Pattern Two
- Close your eyes for this one if you have not already.
- Say out loud the number “one” and breathe in through your nose, and exhale from your nose.
- Continue with by saying out loud the number two, and breath in your nose, and exhale from your nose.
- Repeat this all the way through the number ten.
Again, when you have completed the ten breaths in and out of your nose, then you should take a few minutes to examine how you feel physically and mentally.
You can repeat both Relaxation Breathing Patterns a few minutes later, a few hours later, or a day later.
But continue to follow-up every day for the best results.
The best time is to Wake Up Now instead of waiting to take control of your ability to relax.
If on day one you only practice once, then three days later you can practice twice; then three days after that practice three times; and add as many practice sessions that you need until you begin to feel a difference in your body and emotions.
You will definitely start feeling much more relaxed with daily practice.
Remember to practice every day, even if you only find time to do it once.
I will also be going into more details over the next few weeks and months, right here on HypnoAthletics.
Check back for more details soon…
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