My bed is gone, I'm so tired; and I decided to use yoga exercises and techniques to make good progress to accomplish this article. I would also like to finish writing the shortest time ever. My strategy is:
1. Energize With Stronger Breathing
2. Situation – Feeling Good to Enhance Enlightenment
3. Self Talk – Remind Me That Possible
4. Accept Imperfections – Go Light On Me
I chose the technique called Kapalabhati, which means that the shiny skull . Huge exhalation and passive inhalation, a sound like a cone-ringing train. This technique can be practiced for 5 minutes. Practically, I'm practicing a fine, fine rhythm for only 10 seconds. Enough. I feel right away. It's a cleansing breath and it's a good thing if you feel it's cold. I've been doing ten exhaled exhalations, and I'll probably do the article again before the article is done.
Posture – I planted both legs on the ground and sat up high. I feel strong. My body is solid. It causes some discomfort with the left shoulder bend, so I twist slightly to see if this is the difference. The discomfort is to plan your stay. Maybe a soak in the tub will help. I'll get my ankles and I'll beat them. If both feet are firmly on the ground, mental and physical stability and determination increase.
Self Talk – With the intention to stimulate yourself, the mind receives the message and cooperates. The focus here is, and I can progress through the article easily. I appreciate that the mind remains on the pitch at this time. The intent setting technique is powerful. I was quite clear and I decided to write it fast and somehow I thought my goal was even better than I realized. After a few days I would like to increase my efficiency.
Accept imperfections – They need energy – they always want perfection. With the expensive time and energy consumption each one has a point and all crosses. I did it again. I went back to the top and repaired, only one, and then I did it myself. Deep air. It takes time to change habits. I accept this imperfection – to make the article clear and clear. Of course it can always be better. I love and accept myself as I do, and I have learned to let go of desire to be perfect.
There, ready. I'm still awake. My legs crossed. He snapped them. My posture is straight. My mind is still. It's time to go to bed. The discomfort of my shoulder was virtually gone.
He may learn how to move from a tired state to a good state, either from yoga or other self-care.