A Relaxation Meditation Exercise For Women And Anxiety

If you’re nervous around women, you may need to use a relaxation exerise.

For instance, have you ever been out and suddenly, right in front of you, you see the most beautiful, drop-dead gorgeous woman on the planet? What’s the first thing you feel? Your heart is probably beating like a runaway locomotive… your palms get sweaty… you hesitate… and you freeze. You’re now “tranced-out” like a deer looking at two headlights.

The first rule if you’re nervous around women is to learn how to relax and completely let go of your fear and hesitation. This first exercise will help you completely let go and relax.

1. Lie down or sit down in a comfortable place
2. Take a deep breath, and close your eyes
3. Place your attention to your left foot
4. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your left foot
5. Place your attention to the right foot
6. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your right foot
7. Place your attention on the left leg from the knee down
8. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your left leg
9. Place your attention on your right leg from the knee down
10. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your right leg
11. Place your attention on the left thigh
12. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your left thigh
13. Place your attention on the right thigh
14. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your right thigh
15. Place your attention your butt
16. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your buttocks and groin area
17. Place your attention on your stomach
18. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your stomach
19. Place your attention on your lower back
20. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your lower back
21. Place your attention on your chest
22. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your chest
23. Place your attention on your upper back
24. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your upper back
25. Place your attention on your left shoulder
26. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your left shoulder
27. Place your attention to the right shoulder
28. Breath in, and then breathe out as you let all the tension out of your right shoulder
29. Place your attention to your left arm down to the elbow
30. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your left arm
31. Place your attention to your right arm down to the elbow
32. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your right arm
33. Place your attention to the left forearm down to your wrist
34. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your left forearm
35. Place your attention to your right forearm down to your wrist
36. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your right forearm
37. Place your attention to your left hand and fingers
38. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your left hand and fingers
39. Place your attention to your right hand and fingers
40. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your right hand and fingers
41. Place your attention to those powerful muscles in the back of the neck
42. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of those muscles
43. Place your attention to the rest of your neck
44. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your neck
45. Place your attention to your jaw and mouth
46. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your jaw and mouth
47. Place your attention to your nose and ears
48. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your nose and ears
49. Place your attention to your forehead
50. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your forehead
51. Place your attention to the small muscles of the eyelids
52. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of those muscles
53. Place your attention on your entire face and head
54. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your face and head
55. Now place your attention on your ENTIRE body. Let go of being nervous around women.
56. Slowly breath in, and then slowly breathe out as you let all the tension out of your entire body as you find yourself now in a state of mind and body that is appropriate for the rest of the techniques in the book to work. In fact, some people have found that doing this exercise every night before they sleep has been very beneficial for their health.
57. Go ahead and mentally state, “Now I am going to count from one to five… and as I count from one to five, I will awaken, alive, refreshed, and feeling much better than before…1… 2… 3… 4… 5”

At this point you are at the place where you can relax and completely let go. If you’re nervous around women, this exercise will do the trick.

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mandingo

u forgot to focus on the pancreas. i realized it works now that i did.

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