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March 29, 2020 by Cathy

Helping Your Mind Keep Your Body Healthy… And Tapping For Stress

Allowing your body and body to relax and release stress is a great first step to well-being of all kinds. Tap along with us and invite your system to feel ease for these minutes…

Calm and Grounded

Karate Chop: Even though I’m often stressed and rushed, I invite my body and mind to slow down and feel easy, for just a few minutes.

Even though my body often feels tense, and my mind often spins, I choose to allow them ease and calm for just a few minutes.

Even though it can be hard to release tension I feel most of the time, I know it will help my body and mind to breath and pause right now.

Top of the Head: I am tense.
Eyebrow: I do feel stressed.
Side of the Eye: I can’t remember when I last took a deep breathe.
Under the Eye: I choose to take one now.
Under the Nose: I let air deep into my lungs…
Chin: I invite it to nourish my body.
Collarbone: I let my mind take a short break,
Under the Arm: And be in the present for a moment.

Top of the Head: I have so much to do…
Eyebrow: I feel so rushed…
Side of the Eye: And pausing for a moment might help me be more focused.
Under the Eye: I invite my system to relax.
Under the Nose: I give myself a few minutes break.
Chin: I let my muscles relax…
Collarbone: And send soothing energy to my heart and mind.
Under the Arm: It’s okay to “just be” for a minute.

Top of the Head: I let the stress flow out.
Eyebrow: I let the tension flow away.
Side of the Eye: I send warm heart energy to every muscle…
Under the Eye: And soothing calm to every nerve.
Under the Nose: I release the inner noise to the Universe to transform.
Chin: I let myself breathe.
Collarbone: I feel my energy renewing.
Under the Arm: And calm and peace filling my soul.
Top of the Head: I breathe.

Take a deep breath.

Notice how your body feels. If there is a tightness or tension somewhere, ask your body what’s going on and what it needs. A bit of tapping can allow the energy to flow and release… and allow new power and focus to flow in.

Warm wishes,
Cathy and Rick

 

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