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Buddha Statue
Senior Yoga

“Remember as many times as possible to look into your body
and see whether you are carrying some tension in the body somewhere -
The neck, the head, the shoulders or the legs….
Relax it consciously.
Just go to that part of the body, and persuade that part,
Say to it lovingly ‘Relax!’

“You will be surprised that if you approach any part of your body,
It listens, it follows you – it is your body!
With closed eyes, go inside the body from the toe to the head,
Searching for any place where there is a tension.
And then talk to that part as you talk to a friend;
Let there be a dialogue between you and your body.
Tell it to relax, and tell it,
‘There is nothing to fear. Don´t be afraid.
I am here to take care; you can relax.’
Slowly slowly, you will learn the knack of it.
Then the body becomes relaxed.”

(wisdom by Osho)


Scientists claim that 95% of our modern chronic dis-eases are stress related. Studies of placebos show us how powerful and effective our mind is once we believe something. There are more and more stories of people who were able to heal through affirmations and meditation and a mindful approach to their acting and handling.

Creating Self-awareness toward Self-care and Self-observation will help us to manage the obnoxious roommate in our mind. Just alone changing our inner dialogue has a major impact on stress our stress level and will ignite the necessary influence toward self-healing.

There are many roads to choose from when it comes to stress reduction.

Meditation, QiGong, Tai Chi, Mindfulness, Nature Walks, Writing, Mandala drawing, anything creative

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