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Cranking Down the Volume #158

Playing your tunes more softly during rush hour traffic might decrease your tension in the car. Cranking up the volume of your music may increase your tension while driving. A recent study showed that college students listening to three different amplitudes of music were more likely to have higher heart rates the higher the volume went and vice versa for lowering the volume. Hence, softly played music may sooth the savage beast during rush hour madness.

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Thanks to: Tim Audel - Los Angeles - USA. - rec.:May 8, 2002 - pub.:May 10, 2002 - sent.:Mar 27, 2016
Color Your Mood #1584

Research confirms that changing your mood may be as simple as changing the colors around you. Clothing, room decors, even a small colors object like accessories or a handbag will give you benefits. For example:
Blue. Any shade can have a calming effect and creates feeling of serenity.
Green. Brings balance to your mind and smoothes out your hectic day-to-day routine.
Orange. Makes you feel more optimistic. A pick-me-up when you’re sluggish.
Red. Increases your energy level and stimulates your heart rate.
Purple. Shades of lilac and violet generate creativity

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jun 2, 2003 - pub.:Jun 2, 2003 - sent.:Mar 23, 2016
Stress #2257

We should not confuse/compare our situation with others (not to ask "Why only me" and get depressed). Every one of us is unique. Mother Divine / Nature responds differently with unique love to each one of us.
Each one of us hails from different background, have different expectations, input of different levels of self-effort and thus different results.
The shortfalls are for us to improve (let it be in profession, career, family, wealth, status). We need to acknowledge and just proceed to next action (if we can improve or just leave it if it is beyond our efforts and if we have done our level best)

Live life full ….We are borne out of joy and happiness …... We are borne to be happy... it is only our own concepts and own views / inference on the events that make us unhappy..... ………..Nothing can take away the happiness from us..!!!

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Thanks to: Maru - Singapore - Singapore - rec.:Feb 17, 2004 - pub.:Feb 19, 2004 - sent.:Apr 30, 2016
Coping with stress #331

Many of the stressful situations we come across in your daily lives cannot be avoided or changed, but we can change how we respond to the stress. Try improving your way of dealing with stress or a stressful situation. Take a deep breath.

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Thanks to: Eddie Robinson - Boston Mills - USA. - rec.:May 22, 2002 - pub.:May 23, 2002 - sent.:May 9, 2015
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