relaxation

A Quote by julie sarah powell on true nature, realizing, peace, relaxation, being, core, naturally, beauty, freshness, doing, meditation, practice, technique, sadhana, self, no self, and self realisation

This is NOT some stale old chore which you have got to 'do'.


The true beauty of realizing your true nature is in the freshness,
peace and deep bodily relaxation which touches to the core of your
being, flows into your everyday life and bursts forth naturally
into blossoming from within itself. Without you 'doing' a thing
about any of it.


It is very important to note that this is NOT a limited
meditation 'practice' or 'technique'.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/index.html

Contributed by: jai

A Quote by Cynthia Wright on quiet, relaxation, and happiness

Quietness with thoughtful reflection and relaxation can be empowering.

Cynthia Wright

Source: The writer

Contributed by: gettinghealthy

A Quote by unknown on stress, relaxation, trigger, and button

Stress is a part of life. Wouldn't you love
to have a button you could push to turn
off stress and an equally useful button to
turn on relaxation? Well, you can, by
simply acknowledging the triggers that set
you off and imagining the button that calms
you down. You can retrain yourself to push
the right buttons that allow you to relax and
feel at ease.

unknown

Source: From "5 Good Minutes" Edited by Jeffrey Brantley MD

Contributed by: jagadish

A Quote by John on book, relaxation, and knowledge

"Oh for a book and a shady nook."

John Wilson (1741 - 1793)

Source: Bookmark

Contributed by: Wanjira

A Quote by Robin Sharma on ideas, relaxation, genius, flow, and creativity

I often joke with my audiences that I make most of my income on a ski pole. People smile but they get my point. You need to make time for your genius to flow. We get our creative bursts, those idea torrents that take our business and personal lives to the next level, while we are skiing or drinking coffee in a Starbucks or walking in the woods or meditation with a sunrise. Those pursuits are not a waste of time. Creativity comes when you are relaxed, happy and enjoying the moment. And when it comes, it brings ideas that rock your world.

Robin Sharma

Source: Greatness Guide Intl, The: Powerful Secrets for Getting to World Class, Pages: 90

Contributed by: Shelly

A Quote by Chinese Proverb on tension, relaxation, and being true to yourself

Tension is who you think you should be.  Relaxation is who you are.

Chinese Proverb

Source: http://curtrosengren.typepad.com/occupationaladventure/2007/01/tension_vs_rela.html

Contributed by: Kimberly

A Quote by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche on relaxation, relative, time management, and two truths

"Two aspects to the relative world: relaxation and time management."

Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

Contributed by: Andy

A Quote by William A. Irwin on body, exercise, friendship, learning, life, needs, play, profit, relaxation, time, and value

One of the best lessons that anyone can learn in life is how to use time wisely. Consider what can be done in ten minutes. If you need a little mental relaxation, you can sit down with a friend and play a game of cards. If you need some physical recreation, you can engage in a few exercises that will help tone up your body. Perhaps you have a friend who for weeks or months has been looking for a letter. Then there may be among your acquaintances someone whose friendship you would value highly and whose counsel would be profitable. Learn to use ten minutes intelligently. It will pay you huge dividends.

William A. Irwin

Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by unknown on relaxation

I've tried relaxing, but - I don't know - I feel more comfortable tense.

unknown

Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by unknown on change, environment, improvement, life, plants, relaxation, time, and tranquility

Why do plants have such a positive impact on us? There are a number of reasons, including: They have a predictable cycle of life that provides comfort in our time of rapid change. They are responsive but nonthreatening. They form no opinions or judgments about their caregivers. They soften our man-made environment. They enable us to change or improve our environment. They promote relaxation and tranquility.

unknown

Source: Gardening – Therapy for Mind, Body and Soul, Proxima Health System, Atlanta

Contributed by: Zaady

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