Feeling out of balance? Try this simple practice to tap into a sense of inner balance and equilibrium. Watch here: Read it here: Adopt a relaxed yet alert standing or sitting position with your spine aligned and upright. Focus on
Where do you hold tension? We all have a place where we feel it most. It might be in your back; your jaw; your shoulders. It might be in clenched fists or tightness in the chest or throat or perennially
When was the last time you did nothing? Rested? Pondered over a cup of tea? Stared out of the window to watch the clouds? Stood and listened to birdsong? Went for a walk with no aim in particular – just
Busy, busy, busy. Are you addicted to busy? Out here, there and everywhere? Do you ever allow yourself time to rest? Or, maybe it’s an internalised feeling of busy that you can’t stop, you can’t slow down. A feeling of
Where are you living? No, I don’t mean which town, or whether you’re in a house or apartment. I mean, what space do you occupy? Do you live in your mind or do you inhabit your body? It’s a good
Ah, to be able to relax and let the world drift by. To be able to switch off the tension and anxious thoughts and focus on the here and now. To connect to inner peace no matter what the world
Do you know how you feel when you relax? This is a good question to ask yourself! Without having to ponder it, do you truly know the answer? So often we focus on the negative sensations we experience in the
You’re tense. Overwhelmed. You can’t think straight. You don’t know where to begin. You’re feeling irritable, frustrated – angry with yourself and the world! Tense jaw, shoulders and you’re barely breathing. You can’t focus. Your life is out of balance.
Someone recently asked me, “how do you shake off the guilt when you stop and relax”? A very good question that got me thinking… I’d posted a message on my Facebook page from Action for Happiness “Stop the Glorification of Busy”
Your mind is whirring. Jumping from this place to that. You’re finding it difficult to focus. Your jaw is tense. Your shoulders are up around your ears. There’s a feeling of contraction and tightness throughout your body. You’re barely breathing.