Introduction to Relaxation was recorded by me for you so you have nothing more to do but switch off the phone and listen to the sound of my voice.
It is best practiced lying flat on your back, or, if you need it, with support under your knees. If that doesn’t work for you, lie on your right side or in a supported seated position. However, lying flat on your back is one of the most popular and beneficial positions to relax in. In yoga it is called shavassana and rejuvenates body, mind, and spirit. I run through it with you at the start of the recording.
Practice of shavassana brings down high blood pressure and increases the efficiency of the heart. Even 10-15 minutes on a daily basis gives great contentment, peace and tranquillity. The main thing is for you to be absolutely comfortable, so make any adjustments you need to make to ensure that comfort. If you’ve not practiced before, have a run-through now just to see how it works for you.
Relaxation is the absolute building block of reaching your full potential.
So lie back, trance out and enjoy!
First you need to relax enough to hear the messages sent to you from the self in the centre of your being as opposed to the ranting, frazzled self that deafens you to your soul’s truth. It is your soul’s truth that will empower you through the struggles life inevitably.