The journey of a 1000 miles begins with a single step

Stress

Cut off from the present moment

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– Tenzin Palmo

from the book “Reflections On A Mountain Lake: Teachings On Practical Buddhism”

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Calm under stress

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“No matter what is happening around us, we do not have to react impulsively, but can learn to respond. Giving into automatic negative reactions can become addictive and it’s important to learn how to diffuse them. Learning how to remain calm in times of stress will not only make things go more smoothly immediately, it can also, over time, help you lead a healthier, happier life.”

BODHIDHARMA

Buddhism


417 Hz | Wipes out all the Negative Energy


Relaxing Celtic Music for Washing Dishes


Marconi Union – Weightless (8 min)

let it go. let it all go. let the stress, anxiety, and all negative energy evaporate from your mind.


 Tibetan Bowls and RainSounds


Tibetan bowls, tranquility, wind chimes, sound therapy relaxing meditation


Healing Music: Enya – Shepherd Moons


Relax with Jellyfish for 10 minutes

Take a deep breath and relax. All is well. All is as it should be.


How To Reduce Stress

Source: How To Reduce Stress | Great Middle Way

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estrés-emprendedorStress that is not properly managed and resolved leads to tension, stiffness, detectable pain, or emptiness, and ensuing:

  • Contraction of the affected energy meridians, with consequent expansion in others through compensation.
  • Deranged circulation (excessive, deficient, or unsuitable) of vital force to the main energy centers.
  • Derangement of the power of transformation.
  • Derangement of the power of resistance and resiliency.
  • Functional and structural disorders.

Please observe all your activities, with special attention to sensory input (thinking, hearing, touching, seeing, tasting, and smelling), and consider which can be:

  • AVOIDED – stressors that can be eliminated entirely
  • ALTERED – stressors that can be adjusted in frequency, duration, volume, location, etc
  • ADAPTED – stressors to which we can oppose strategies to increase resilience
  • ACCEPTED – stressors which cannot be avoided, altered, or adapted, but toward which we can change our attitude, thus reducing ensuing stress