There are many methods available that boast to make you relaxed. Some of the techniques I have listed in my hub. But which one is the best available technique?
I find correct, deep breathing, and thinking pleasant, positive thoughts helps the most. Of course, it helps to have a positive mindset in the first place.
Meditation works for many people. It's whatever works for you..everyone's different.
me...i like to go for a motorcycle ride...makes me feel free; no thoughts about much - just riding and taking in the sights...and if i really need a break, i ride long and hard and at the end I am tired but a good tired.
put on a movie,baseball game, or nascr watch a lil bit take a nap then watch the last part of it!!!
After about four beers, I usually feel very relaxed. Five through nine are just adding happy to that. Anything into double digits begins to impinge on the following day.
I can relate - 'cept I'm relaxed and happy in the 1 through 4 range of the scale!
"Anything into double digits begins to impinge on the following day."
I guess so huh? At that point, when you turn over in your bed your brain follows a few seconds later. Eventually, you get so dizzy, you need to make a call to the porcelin throne down the hall. Not the fun part of alcohol.
I would just curl up on the sofa with a good book and a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine and some cheese work as well)
Writing, making love, listening to music, yoga or simply being by oneself... doing nothing really....
I find going to the open water like a lake or a river with no people around on a good sunny day works the best for me. I tried to fill my bathtub with water and stare at it for 10 minutes - did not work that well.
Turning off the phone,the TV, the radio... just silence.... a long walk also works well.
Well, I'm not drinking... Well ok, it's a cup of tea..totally non-alcoholic.
Behaving yourself are you Cagsil? I thought so...
Or, meditation. Though--you can combine the two. Also have some binaural beats and recordings that walk you into a lucid dream and/or astral projection.
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