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Move your body ecstatically to loud music. Shake and feel it own your body, let your voice express all your emotions. Scream or hum
Keep on dancing ecstatically and start move to the music through the room.
Spin around and learn to be calm in your center. Increase the pace when you’re able to. You stop by mentally throwing a powerful anchor into your two feet.
Sit in silence and let your thoughts pass.
Source: Michael Adam
Begin in the present moment to let more and more relaxation and well-being flow towards you. First, sit down comfortably. Ask yourself what good you could do yourself: Maybe you’re thirsty? Hunger? Strive for 5 minutes to feel better and better from moment to moment.
Background and Effect
Tension occurs through the spiritual feeling of helplessness at the same time as disregarding physical and emotional needs. When we start to listen to our bodies again and focus step by step on our most essential needs, we relax and our energy can flow again.
Sit comfortably, take care of your privacy and listen to relaxing music that you really like. Let it flow into you without judgment let it change your vibrations. Let all your thoughts pass by and focus on the emotions that the music will raise inside you. Let images and dreams arise, but stay with the clear presence of the music. Enjoy the intense silence after.
Background and Effect:
One of the most widely used methods of relaxation is listening to music. There is hardly anyone who does not respond to music – it allows us to feel our feelings more and to feel our heart deeply. The entire universe vibrates harmonically. From the billions of physically possible oscillations it chooses exactly the harmonic, by an overwhelming majority of 1: 1 million: Proportions of overtone, major and minor scales, church scales, Indian ragas, etc.
For example, the protons and neutrons in the oxygen atom are swinging in a major scale, and in the formation of chlorophyll sound triads. Each celestial body has its own sound. Plants and animals react much differently to different kinds of music: they are turning to classical music, grow faster and are more productive, while responding on the contrary with rock music. Music by Bach and Indian sitar are the favorite music of plants.