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Overwhelmed by stress? #4801

Take a mental health minute break
Close your eyes and pictures yourself at your favorite nature location.
A park, a beach, a forest, a river.
Write down three things you are thankful for today.
Sing along with one of your favorite songs.
Open a window and breathe in the fresh air.
Take a 10-minute snooze.
Identify and “let go” of one nagging negative thought.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Oct 24, 2006 - pub.:Oct 24, 2006 - sent.:Feb 10, 2007
Ultimate Stress Management Tip! #1910

Stress is simply the result of arguing against "what is". In other words, making what "does not" exist (except in imagination) more important than what does exist, which is your present experience. Look at or feel what is happening "as if" you've never seen or experienced it before. Refrain from trying to change, improve, or avoid it in anyway. Unreservedly welcome it and you will see that not only does it undergo a wonderful transformation, you will discover your True Nature which is always already ever presently serene, whole, capable, and compassionate.

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Thanks to: Adamson - San Diego - USA. - rec.:Aug 25, 2003 - pub.:Sep 9, 2003 - sent.:Sep 26, 2003
Stress Management #1089

Try belly breathing, sit quietly in a chair breathe as deeply in as you can 10 times, and relax a.m. and p.m then to sleep good at night try 1 tablespoon of peanut butter before bed if you aren't allergic to peanuts. Sleep tight.

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Thanks to: virginia - bellevilleillinois - USA. - rec.:Feb 16, 2003 - pub.:Mar 17, 2003 - sent.:Apr 3, 2003
Burden #4347

"A Burden is always on your head and a responsibility is always on your shoulders. So it is always easy to bear something on shoulders."
(Arshad Ali)

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Thanks to: Qasim Saroya - Faisalabad - Pakistan - rec.:Apr 16, 2006 - pub.:Apr 17, 2006 - sent.:Apr 26, 2006
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