Dissolve a feeling you do not like…

Dissolve a feeling you do not like…

£1.25

This exercise is designed to dissolve any unwanted feelings you struggle with. It could be anxiety, fear, remorse or jealousy, etc. You only need to follow the instruction and hopefully your feelings will lessen significantly. You can read this article to understand the idea behind diffusing attention better.

You need 15 uninterrupted minutes in a quiet environment. The best position is sitting on a chair with hands on your knees.

I suggest listening to this exercise 30 minutes before potentially stressful situation (a presentation, a meeting or an interview). You should feel a noticeable difference. Another option is to do it in the middle of the day – during a lunch time, for example – and feel how your thinking and behaving changes.

This is the second exercise from a series of four that I prepared with my friends Jan and Peter. Jan is a Reiki Master and Peter is a musician and a Sound Healer. They are part of the group called Bright Beings. www.brightbeings.co.uk This exercise is with music which includes binaural beats. In short, the binaural beats stimulate the brain to produce waves in alpha frequency. You will benefit the most by listening to it with good quality headphones.

.After purchising you will receive an email with links to two files containing the same exercise. These files have different quality and size.

1. wav file – good quality but big size (I recommend this one)

2. mp3 file  – not as good quality but a lot smaller size

You can choose which one you want to download or you can download both. Please, read this to find out how to download the exercises.

PLEASE, DO NOT WALK, RUN, DRIVE OR OPERATE MACHINERY WHILE DOING THIS EXERCISE

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  1. This is a fantastic exercise that always brings me a sense of relaxation and relief. Useful for dealing with sudden upsets, it also brings a release of the energies involved in long term emotional burdens. The musical dimension adds much pleasure to the experience and takes Tomasz’s Open Focus exercises to a dynamic new level.

    Harriet Scott
    Harriet Scott

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