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  • I'm Samantha Ibarguen and I'm an energy healer and a wellness consultant in New York City.

  • You can find out more about me and what I do at Integrated

  • One of the ways to know that you are stressed is when your mind is not focused, when your

  • mind is stuck in a negative feedback loop of trying to figure out the same problem over

  • and over again without coming to any resolution. One of the first things to do when you become

  • unfocused like that is to stop focusing, stop what you're doing, walk away, leave your task.

  • You might think that you can or need to push through whatever you doing, but taking the

  • fifteen, or if you have thirty, minutes of time to really step away is going to help

  • you much more. You'll come back with refreshed vigor with new stamina, and you'll actually

  • be able to make some really good progress on your task. The next thing to do is change

  • your scenery. Get up from your desk, take a walk around your floor, if you can get out

  • side take a walk around your block. If there is a park near by, get into nature. Being

  • in nature is a great way to relax your mind. You're able to shift your attention from voluntary,

  • where you're focused on one particular thing, to involuntary, where you can gently witness

  • the surroundings around you. Listening to music is great way to relax your mind. It's

  • also something that's really easy to do. Pick a piece of music that relaxes you, something

  • that's not too intense, and just put it on, sit back, close your eyes, breathe deeply,

  • relax your muscles, and allow yourself to get lost in the feeling of the music. Let

  • your mind go, don't think about anything. Just listen to the music. If you're at your

  • desk and you cant get away, they are still things that you can do to effectively relax

  • your mind. The first thing always to do is to remember to breathe deeply. Breathing will

  • calm you. It will recenter you and get you grounded, get you back in touch with yourself.

  • You can also do a quick progressive muscle relaxation, where you relax different groups

  • of muscles throughout your body starting with your forrhead and moving all the way down.

  • There's also a great exercise that you can do it at your desk that i call it ""The Space

  • Between,"" where you take your fingers on different points on your face, and as you

  • close your eyes, you feel the distance between your fingers on your face, so I'm feeling

  • the distance sort of in my head between the fingers on each side of my jaw. And you can

  • do this anywhere on your head, so you can to it you can even do it on your eyes. So

  • feeling the space between my fingers in my right eye, between my fingers around my left

  • eye. And again all this does is just to help relax the mind and get the mind out of single

  • pointed focus, out of focusing on one thing contently. And the last thing you can do at

  • your desk is doodle or draw. Keep it simple, take a pen, grab a piece of paper, and just

  • let what ever is coming out of your hand happen. It doesn't have to be specific, it can be

  • abstract. Let your mind go, and have fun with it.

I'm Samantha Ibarguen and I'm an energy healer and a wellness consultant in New York City.


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心をリラックスさせる方法|ストレスマネジメント (How to Relax Your Mind | Stress Management)

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