The Easiest Relaxation Exercise Ever. Short Version

In The Easiest Relaxation Exercise Ever, the initial relaxation that starts off the guided meditation The Rose Garden has become the main event. This is an easy relaxation exercise that works for everyone, regardless of whether you have never done a relaxation exercise before or have meditated several times per week for years. The original version of the exercise without brainwave entrainment can also be done by children over 10 years old. The Easiest Relaxation Exercise Ever begins with tuning into the sensations of your breathing. After that, you will get help relaxing first your feet and legs, then your hips, then your stomach, chest and back, followed by your hands and arms, then your neck and throat, and finally the muscles in your face. Once your whole body has relaxed you will have five minutes to just rest in this short version. In the original version, you will have 10 minutes. The Easiest Relaxation Exercise Ever can be used for many different things. This short version is especially good for unwinding and recharging on your lunch break, for example. This audiobook can be helpful for easing both stress and various associated health issues such as anxiety, pain, sleep problems, depression, and so on, since research has shown that all kinds of relaxation exercises and meditations are helpful for these issues. If you suffer from burnout or exhaustion, you can sometimes become stressed by the way some meditations are structured or by the words that are used, but this relaxation exercise was designed with that in mind, so at no point in this exercise will you be asked to focus or concentrate. This exercise should also not be done when driving or operating heavy machinery or if you are close to someone else who is doing so. If you want to listen to this audiobook when you are riding in a car or bus, use headphones. Though listed under different names, the narrator is also the author. Background music: Daydreams by Christopher Lloyd Clarke. Background image for cover: CanStockPhoto/Tolokonov








Sophie Påhlsson


19 september 2019


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Daydreams av Christoper Lloyd Clarke

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