Proposal for Weekend Exercice

“Focusing on pleasant images can stop increased levels of stress and anxiety.  Taking a break from worrying allows the brain and body to relax, as you you’re your thoughts to more pleasant memories and inspiring possibilities. (…)

Here is how to put this guided imagery technique to work.   Find a photograph or image of one of your favorite relaxing places.  It might be a beach or quiet mountain spot. (…)

The mind is a powerful influence on the physical body.  With over 10,000 thoughts passing through your brain each day, consider the importance of focusing on the positive. (…)

Take a break when negative thoughts are crowding out thoughts that can keep you calm, confident and feeling a sense of control over your life situations. (…)

People also use guided imagery to boost self confidence, reach personal goals and manage physical pain.  However, allowing this technique to stop the increased feelings of stress and anxiety from dominating your thinking and controlling your emotions is great start.  Having control over how you are reacting to the world around you, and learning how to feel relaxed is a great accomplishment in this over scheduled busy world.”

in http://www.stress-management-4-women.com/guided-imagery.html

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About Karate-Do

I investigate about the fundamentals and principles of Karate-Do Shotokai - the practice of Mitsusuki Harada Sensei.
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