Daily routines that put you in a positive emotional state



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  1. Thaks for the valuable advices and recommendations dear Sir

  2. I like the list of different ways you list! Many books I have read, such as the “Power of Positive Thinking”, and various Eastern meditative practices I have tried out over the years have taught many of the same things you list.

    One thing I teach my TOEFL & TOEIC students to do to help them when they are studying for their test is to do ‘positive energy’ exercises right before and right after studying English–this positive energy they bring in at those moments helps them with remembering what they did, and just helps them keep a positive attitude while studying for the test.

    Sometimes, on particularly hard days for students, I will have them all stand up and we march around the class chanting, “The TOEIC is great!” at the top of their lungs, and laughing and smiling. It brings everyone’s energy up immediately and improves class participation and performance.

    One question…do you know of any good breathing techniques which are particularly effective in bringing positive energy into the body?

  3. Really, I’m not an expert in Yoga nor in any type of breathing techniques. All I know is from the internet. Here is a technique that I gor while searching for breathing techniques:

    1. Sit in any comfortable position with back, spine, and neck erect. Alternately you may even lie down on your back. Start by taking slow, long, and deep nasal breaths.

    2. As you inhale, let your abdomen fill with air. As you exhale, let your belly deflate like a balloon. Repeat the exercise a few times, keeping your breath smooth and relaxed. Never strain.

    3. Breathe into your belly as in Step 2, but also inflate your thoracic region by letting your rib cage open up. Exhale and repeat the exercise a few times.

    4. Follow steps 2 and 3 and continue inhaling by opening the clavicle region or upper chest. Exhale and repeat the exercise a few times.

    5. Combine all three steps into one continuous or complete flow.

  4. farah says:

    hi, thank you for this article, but if i havnt any thing to do how i can get ride of rotine especially i ended from studying and i dont have job,all i do is watching tv. please tell me.

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