May 9, 2017 Comments Off on The Art of Relaxation
After studying my gene keys, I realized that I’ve been in denial of my feelings and don’t know how to relax, even though my daughter has been telling me this for a long time. Today I did see myself in that state, observed myself as a 3rd person, and made adjustment accordingly.
I always took direct flight from San Diego to Sacramento for work; however, I had to change my flights last Friday and resulted in a short layover at San Jose airport. Upon arriving at Sacramento, the flight had a 30 minutes delay, and unbeknown to myself, I noticed after I got in the rental car and started driving, my body was so intense, I was holding my breath and leaning forward in the driver’s seat. I was shocked to notice this. Now, I understand what my daughter meant that I needed to learn how to relax. I thought the last problem I had would be not having an open mind. Evidently, you can’t open your mind to what you don’t know or not ready to learn.
After realizing the intensity in me, I took a few deep breaths, shrugged my shoulders a few times, and sat back. It felt good. Most importantly, I can see clearer about myself every day.
“True relaxation is one of the most absent qualities in civilisation today.” – Rudd, Richard, The Gene Keys: Unlocking the Higher Purpose Hidden in Your DNA (Kindle Locations 8627-8628). Watkins Media. Kindle Edition.