Stress is energy. Energy can take many forms. Some take you up, some push you down, and some even keep you calm. But you have to know how to tame Wild Stress.
Getting control of your stress energy can make for a great life.
This is what happens when people practice Wild Stress methods:
Stage 1. “I don’t know if this stuff will work but I’ll give it a try. It feels sort of good.”
Stage 2. “Hmmm, you know, this feels pretty good. It takes off the edge. I want to do more.”
Stage 3. “Strange. Much of the stuff that use to drive me nuts, somehow doesn’t bother me as much. Very strange.”
Stage 4. “I’m feeling great in fact, I actually look forward to doing these techniques. I want to spend more time with them and see where it takes me.”
What you will learn:
Practical, relatively simple (but powerful) techniques
Techniques* that you have seen or heard of before with some surprises thrown in
Techniques that have a spin added to them so they help you at the right time and you feel their positive effects fast, even from the first time you practice them.
*Includes: breathing methods; home biofeedback; moving your attention to certain points in your body; eye movements; self-hypnosis; your own set of special images; meditation; positioning your body; and many other tools for managing both stress and relaxation.
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Wired Meditation focuses widely and deeply on the world of stress measurement devices. Think of heart rate monitors, brainwave equipment like Neurosky and Muse, and breathing trackers like Spire. Keep up to date on new developments and learn how to use current devices better.
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