With the programme they must be willing to dedicate at least 25 minutes a day to their well-being. Sounds a lot, but it's only 175 minutes a week = not even 3 hours out of the 168. Many who attend the course are surprised at how hard this is to do.
So I thought I’d include some of the exercises in the programme here for you today and I hope it helps you through this very stressful period.
MORNING: Try to start the day with a good stretch, as this gets the energy flowing. Then sit for five minutes with eyes closed and just imagine bringing in white light from about the head. Let this light surround you, in sort of a bubble. This is your space.
LUNCHTIME: do a 5-minute meditation. Or just massage your ears for a few minutes to get the energy flowing throughout the body and maybe ‘pull yourself together’. This simply means bringing your energy back into that bubble. This can also be done at any time you’re feeling ‘scattered’.
EVENING: If you’re a shower person: while standing in the shower picture the water as light going through your system and clearing all the days’ dross and going down the drain.
For a bath person: add a handful of salt (sea salt if have it) to the water and if you have them, a couple of quartz crystals too, as they charge the water. After the bath/shower massage your hands and/or feet for few minutes.
Before bed write a few lines on what you’re grateful for. I know it may seem difficult right now, but I for one are grateful for my family and friends. Plus, I'm grateful that the nights are lighter and the suns starting to come out so I can sit in my garden and listen to the birds, or enjoy the peace that’s taken over from the noise of busy traffic.
Remember too that relaxation & meditation is important, as it brings calm to the body. It lowers blood pressure, and it feels good when we’ve done it.
And lastly, a great way to keep yourself in a positive frame of mind is to laugh daily, as it can have a significant effect on your health and the benefits of a real good belly-laugh are well documented.
Change is happening either way and how we deal with it depends on our mindsets.
Keep strong & much love