Ever wondered what is relaxation, why we do it or need it and what do we do after that?
Here are some of my thoughts on this topic.
We all know that Relaxation calms us physically and mentally, it releases tension and it creates space in us, to organise ourselves and improve (if we understand and have willingness to take it forward).
I will use an example to explain my point. Take a room full of clutter of boxes, there is no space left and it is hard to find what you need – when you need it. What can you do to improve…first, you need to make space, so you can move the boxes around – categorise them by size, quality, usefulness, sensitivity etc. After that you might be able to put smaller boxes in larger ones and stack them properly in order. You might even find boxes that are not relevant to you and not needed any more. All of sudden you find boxes organised and plenty more room created in same space. Now it might even be easier, than before, to locate what you need and when you need it.
Our body and mind are the similar as well. They need space to organise and function well. Relaxation is that process that creates the space, so body and mind can organise better for higher performance and productivity.The space thus created allows us to access healing energies and improves health and wellbeing.
Relaxation can be done in many ways – holidays, parties, eating out, exercise, running, yoga, meditation, even drugs and alcohol. There are so many choices that people take in order to relax themselves. We know that choices we make will have its effects and consequences. I don’t wish to go into each one, or justify one better that the other. Only point I would like to add here is to think… while each relaxation method will help release tension, and create space… will you be able to take advantage of that space to organise your body and mind to stay organised in future.
Which is why, only when you can create space and organise, the effects will be sustainable and long lasting. So choose the way you relax, carefully and enjoy longer… hopefully happy for ever 🙂
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