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15752Re: [Meditation Society of America] Don't Let Stress Get the Best of You!

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  • Jeff Belyea
    Oct 24, 2007
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      Way to go, Sean. You just sent
      all the Freudians into seizure.

      --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, sean tremblay
      <bethjams9@...> wrote:
      >
      > Ball it up and cram it deep down inside of you and never discuss it
      with anybody.
      >
      > Much <cbondnelms@...> wrote: "More than half of our
      population suffers physically due to stress."
      >
      > Chronic stress can affect your body in a number of ways. It can
      > weaken your immune system, which can cause fatigue, and that can
      make
      > you more susceptible to many other health issues. It's the snowball
      > effect.
      >
      > You must find ways to manage stress before stress manages you.
      > Whether the stress originates at the office or at home, you will
      take
      > it wherever you go, and when this feeling persists day after day,
      > that is when stress becomes chronic.
      >
      > The good news is there are strategies to manage stress, and one of
      > the best ways to do it is to learn to relax or mediate. Learn to
      > take control of stress when you feel it taking control of you.
      > http://www.tranquilityisyours.com
      >
      > "Tranquility is Yours," offers tranquil videos to help guide you
      into
      > a meditative state. The videos help you release stress by enabling
      > you to release the stress-generating thoughts that can be all
      > consuming.
      >
      > You will find many stress management techniques at "Tranquility is
      > Yours." Choose the one that works best for you, but do give the
      > stress relief videos a try. You will be surprised at how quickly
      you
      > will begin to feel relaxed. Studies show that just 10 to 20 minutes
      > of quiet reflection or meditation a day can bring relief from
      stress
      > and increase your tolerance of the dynamic situations around you.
      > http://www.tranquilityisyours.com
      >
      > You can also try these self-help tips to reduce the stress in your
      > life.
      >
      > *Eat right and exercise
      > *Set realistic goals
      > *Handle important tasks first and eliminate unessential tasks
      > *Take a break and meditate to slow down your mind
      > *Reduce the urge to be "perfect"
      > *Lean to say "no"
      > *Be flexible
      > *Avoid excessive competition
      > *Reduce criticism and do not stress when expectations are not met
      > *Manage your anger
      > *Push away negativity of any kind
      >
      > These tips can put you on the right road to reducing stress and
      > decreasing the power that stress can hold over your daily life.
      > Tranquility is Yours! Come and claim it.
      >
      > Find your inner peace, relax with tranquil videos and learn stress-
      > reducing techniques.
      > http://www.tranquilityisyours.com
      >
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