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Old 03-26-2007, 01:27 AM   #1
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slow motion

HI

I often relax my body through closing my eyes and like most release the tension in my sowly.There are many different facets to this. However, I find i cannot relax the mind/brain in this way - it seems to tense a little.

This may be of help to others i dont know:

What I do is to visualize any scene in my head in slow motion. In fact slower than slow motion - a frame or two at a time yet fluid. It could be making a cup of tea, walking out the gate or opening a letter......

Doing this seems to relax the brain a great deal
Hope this helps somebody

Pax

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