breath can help to relieve tension in the body & calm the mind

Publication1FPbecome aware of your breath several times in the day [ask yourself – how will you do it?] [could be when you wash your hands that you check in with your breath] [because we’re busy; don’t have time] [notice if you’re breathing fast/holding breath][checking in – you’re in tune] – once you are aware of your breath, observe it & allow it to slow down – notice any areas that feel sore, or tight, or blocked

source: coming to terms with where you are – finding peace in the midst of chaos [HLS] Health Library Stanford; Broadcast date: 13 Feb 2014; presentation by: Sangeeta Agarawal

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