With practice you'll begin to exude calm reassurance and confidence in any situation:.
Minute 1: Rest your hands on the tops of your thighs with your legs hip-distance apart and your feet flat on the floor. Relax your eyelids, allowing your gaze to soften and rest unfocused. Breathe deeply, inhaling through the nose and then exhaling through pursed lips, like you are gently letting the air out of a balloon.
Inhale for a count of six then exhale for a count of seven. Minute 2: Stop counting and allow your breathing to fall into a natural and easy rhythm. Pay attention to what your breaths feel like -- not overly deep or shallow -- and compare that with your usual cadence.
Tune into the rising and falling sensation in your body from your belly to your shoulders. Minute 3: Continue to be aware of your breathing. If random thoughts work tasks, errands, deadlines pop into your head, do not push them out or linger on them.
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Instead, imagine each one as a harmless cloud floating on by. This helps you to acknowledge the thoughts and pre-occupations of the mind without responding to them emotionally.
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Stretch slowly: Take time to roll your neck, or your shoulders, and feel how your body reacts as you slowly bring the blood flow back to your body and release areas of tension. Self-nurturing: Take a moment and be kind to yourself.
Your skin is part of the nervous system and all systems in your body are interconnected. So if you can do this one minute per day, or a few times per day, you can help make yourself feel better.
Waldman explained the science behind the yawn, stretch, self-nurture meditation: The more pleasure you feel, the more dopamine is released by your brain. You will find you enter these blissful states. He also recommended downloading a mindfulness bell app, and setting it to ring every hour. The one-minute break you take is the perfect opportunity to do a mindfulness exercises.