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Hello everyone,

How are you doing today?

I planned to start podcasting last year but did not have the courage. Then a friend of mine introduced me to Melissa Ambrosini and I signed up to her Business Bootcamp which is something amazing and if you are planning to turn your passion into business you should definitely check her out. She recommends a book called The War of Art, which was another kick in a butt and made me realize that I should stop resisting, download the right software, learn how to use it and start recording.

In this podcast, I would like to share a short meditation that will help you relax when you are feeling overwhelmed or stressed. It takes two-three minutes of your time and you can do it anywhere you are.

And how does it work?

First, straighten up.

Concentrate on your nose and take a deep breath. Breath out slowly and take another deep breath. And breathe out. Imagine that you are inhaling rays of the sun. You can feel their warmth. They are restoring your peace and tranquillity. When you exhale, dark clouds are coming out. It is the negative energy and the heaviness connected with it. If you can, exhale by your mouth.

At one point you will start feeling your muscles relaxing. I can always feel my neck muscles relax first. I suffer from migraines and neck aches so that makes sense. When I am facing someone who is nervous or angry, I feel sick from my stomach. In such situation, it is my stomach that relaxes first.  Find the part of your body that is tense and concentrate on it. 

Continue breathing in and out deeply. Golden, warm and healing rays are coming in, dark clouds are coming out.

Let the tension and stress go away.

You can do it as long as you feel necessary. And when you are ready to finish, take in one last deep breath. Let the negative energy leave when you breathe out. How do you feel?

Feel free to share your experience by leaving your comments in the comment box. I look forward to reading them all.

Have a wonderful weekend and see you back in one week!

Dans ce podcast, je voudrais partager un moyen simple de se détendre lorsque vous vous sentez dépassé ou stressé. Il vous faut deux à trois minutes de votre temps et vous pouvez le faire partout.

Comment ça fonctionne?

Tout d’abord, redressez-vous.

Concentrez-vous sur votre nez et respirez profondément. Respirez doucement et profondément puis expirez. Imaginez que vous inhalez les rayons du soleil. Vous pouvez sentir leur chaleur. Ils vous apportent une paix et une tranquillité. Lorsque vous expirez, des nuages sombres apparaissent. C’est l’énergie négative et la lourdeur liée à elle.

À un moment donné, vous commencerez à ressentir vos muscles relâchés. En général, je sens les muscles du cou se détendre d’abord. C’est là que je concentre mon stress et la raison pour laquelle je souffre des migraines et des maux de cou. Trouvez la partie de votre corps qui est tendue et concentrez-vous dessus pendant que vous respirez profondément.

Laissez la tension et le stress disparaître.

Vous pouvez le faire aussi longtemps que vous le jugez nécessaire.

Lorsque vous arrivez au terme, prenez une dernière respiration profonde et expirez. Comment vous sentez-vous?

Passez un merveilleux week-end et vous revient dans une semaine!


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I first tried meditation in my early 20s and I’ve been a big believer in it’s value ever since. It’s so healing, and good for calming a busy mind. My problem is making the time to do it regularly. Thank you for the reminder and the motivation!

http://www.thislifeisbelle.com

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Thank you, Belle! XO

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Cannot wait to try your podcast! I think I’m going to do it tonight!

Jennifer
Effortlessly Sophisticated

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Ohhh, let me know what you think about it. I can’t wait to hear your feedback☺️☺️☺️

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I’ve never thought of starting a podcast, but now I will have to. I am quite sure that this is going to help with meditation. Wishing you a lovely new week. xx

Andreea,
http://couturezilla.com/

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You definitely should start podcasting, sweetie!! Big hugs

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Oh i didn’t know you did podcasts! I t was lovely listening to you and what you have to say!

-Didier
http://www.didieryhc.com

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I am glad you liked it, dear Didier. Thank you for stopping by! XO

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Amazing voice! Loved listening to it.

X Merel
http://www.andathousandwords.com

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Thank you, Merel. XO

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I just discovered Melissa and love her podcast! Small world! I haven’t heard of that book, so will have to add that to the list!
Thanks for the tips, girl!

xx,
Cynthia

www,thesirenconfidential.com
IG: @thesirenconfidential

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Ohh, I am glad you like her as well! Great minds think alike;-)) hugs

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Thanks for sharing this podcast! I could use a little relaxation.

http://www.kathrineeldridge.com

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Thank you, Katherine. XO

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As a Christian, I pray, sing or play worship songs, or mediate on scripture to de-stress.

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I am glad you have your way to de-stress, dear Amy. Thank you for sharing it with us. Big hugs

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That’s a great podcast! I really should do it everyday! Thank you for sharing and I hope you had a great weekend!

http://violettedaily.com

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Thank you, Violette. XO

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Love your voice, it is so relaxing. 🙂

The Fashion Spell | YouTube

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Thank you, Jasmina. XO

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Aw… amazing dear!
Emma
http://www.emmalovesfashion.com

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Thank you, Emma. XO

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You have a beautiful accent, your voice is so relaxing to listen to so podcasting is a great idea! 🙂

A mediation one is lovely to start with too – I really need to try harder to get back into meditation! 🙂 Thank you for sharing your relaxation process – it was so good. The music in the background was perfect.

Hope you are having a wonderful weekend too 🙂

Away From The Blue Blog

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Thank you, Mica. You are so kind. I am glad you liked it. 🙂 Have a beautiful Sunday! XO

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My husband used to be really into meditating, I have never tried it. Definitely worth it though if you are going through some stress/anxiety in life or just need to relax!

Carrie
curlycraftymom.com

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I totally agree that it is worth trying it, Carrie. Big hugs

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My aunt meditates a lot and always encourages me to do it. I just need to dedicate and focus now!

Tina
http://www.justatinabit.com

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Thank you, Tina. XO

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Thanks for sharing your lovely meditation advice Miri! I always wish I did this more often as I feel like it really is helpful for relieving stress and anxiety. I must look into that podcast.

Adrianna xx
http://mimamochi.com/

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Thank you, Adrianna. Have wonderful Sunday! XO

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