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inflatable beach ball a calming meditation with color - selfgrowth.com

by:JOY Inflatable     2020-11-14
inflatable beach ball a calming meditation with color - selfgrowth.com
Once a therapist gave me good advice --
I was told when I felt stressed, stressed, emotional, tired. . .
In fact, any feeling of tension. . .
I should take a "light shower ".
My first thought was that I didn't have time to run home, take a shower, dry myself, and wear clothes occasionally during the day. Silly me!
She means a shower. . .
Really stood for a moment, closed my eyes and imagined/imagined a light bathed in me. . .
Imagine the light surrounding me through my whole body.
We are made up of vibrations.
This is the light-vibrations!
Very simple, each color of the spectrum has its own vibrations that interact with our individual vibrations and affect our individual vibrations.
Yellow and red are stimulating.
The Blues and the Greens are calm.
Color can have a profound impact on your mood, vitality and healthbeing.
Color Therapy with trained professionals, including the use of color to improve physical, emotional and mental health.
But as part of the decompression plan, you can do it yourself. . .
Try this simple color meditation to calm your mind and help you relax. . .
* Sit comfortably with your eyes closed.
Take a few deep breaths and relax.
* Imagine a golden light ball on top of your head.
Imagine the light ball falling slowly in your head until it fills your entire body.
Make a metaphor and think of it as you sit in the middle of a beach ball, and the colors fill up exactly the space you imagine around you.
Imagine that this light is purifying and healing your soul.
* Practice until you are familiar with it.
* Repeat, imagine a red light ball.
Continue slowly through the color spectrum-
Orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and purple-
Until you relax completely.
You may find some colors easier to imagine than others.
The researchers recognized that color causes emotional reactions in individuals.
Pay attention to the feeling of each color. . .
You can expect a different feel for each color
People often experience correspondence between color and body or emotion.
We all know that. . .
"Feel Blue", "see red", "Black Mood", "Pink ". . .
I also like to use color meditation for specific purposes. . .
To balance your physical, emotional, or mental state, determine which color you feel you "need.
Then do a color meditation with this color.
If you feel like you need an inspiration for a project you're working on --
"Bathe" yourself in yellow or orange.
When your temper is worn out, imagine blue with calming and soothing effects.
Like all the relaxation and decompression techniques.
The more you practice, the better for your overall health!
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