If you are feeling overwhelmed, breathe. It will help release pent up anxiety and tensions. Carve out time to breathe deep – breathe deeper and fuller.
Breathe in and breathe out – it will help you relax yourself – both physically and mentally.
Fill your heart with joy and gratitude. The feeling of being joyous and grateful is unmatched. We all have so much to be grateful for.
Fill your mind with positive affirmations. Indulging in some spiritual reading before you get on with the day helps. Listening to motivational or spiritual music is undoubtedly uplifting.
There is mounting evidence that suggests breathing promotes relaxation and brings down stress. Stress can be alleviated with the help of ‘conscious breathing’.
Those who experience ‘chronic fatigue’ and ‘heart palpitations’ should practice conscious breathing on a day-to-day basis.
If you are moving too fast, please, pause, breathe. Take stock of your life. Become aware of your breath.
In today’s fast paced world, it is very easy to get swamped by negativism. It is very easy to get caught up in the daily grind, it is easy to lose sight and miss out on life’s golden moments, but, beware, life is fleeting, you need to catch your breath!
Anything that keeps the brain in overdrive is bound to have an impact on your sense of being. You can ease mental, physical and emotional fatigue by breathing.
We human being internalize too much and hence we need an outlet to release those bottled up feelings and emotions. Reset your day with conscious breathing.
Become aware of your breath: Concentrate on your breath. Breathe in and breathe out. Watch your incoming breath, watch your outgoing breath. Don't rush!