Frances Farmer

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New Site, New Domain!

In Advice, Stress Relief, The Girl Behind the Blog on October 11, 2013 at 10:07 am

I have created a new site that focuses solely on stress relief and management. The website is called stressoutlets.com.

Stress Outlets

If you have a moment, I would appreciate if you could check it out.

My first post was on Wednesday. Take a glance at it!

It was about 21 ways to cope with stress.

Any feedback would be appreciated!

If you like it, feel free to sign up for my mailing list.

If you have any questions or comments, email me via frances@stressoutlets.com

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You Are About To Experience Music As You Never Have Before

In Stress Relief on July 10, 2013 at 11:02 am

 

3 Music Videos to Open Your Mind

 

Listen and watch these music videos to be immersed in another reality if only for a few minutes.

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What’s Better Than a Massage (And Free!)?

In Stress Relief on July 4, 2013 at 6:47 pm

This neglected part of your workout thoroughly relaxes muscles better than a massage can.

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Create Your Own Sanctuary In 3 Minutes

In Stress Relief on April 11, 2013 at 12:42 pm
Beautiful landscape

Beautiful landscape (Photo credit: Kenny Teo (zoompict))

 

Ever felt an immense weight upon your shoulders? Ever desperately need an escape from the world? Well, this is it:

 

Relax.

The Truth Behind Happiness

In Advice, Stress Relief on March 21, 2013 at 9:44 am

Happiness

Want to know how to make happiness a constant state in your life?

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Unravel A Magical Chinese Practice

In Stress Relief on March 14, 2013 at 11:03 am

Discover the secret to a balanced life.

Balance

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Discover the 7 Secrets You Hold Within

In Advice, Stress Relief on February 28, 2013 at 9:37 am

Imagine accepting every facet of yourself without feeling the need for constant self-improvement. Imagine feeling such absolute and pure love for yourself that it radiates to everyone around you and spreads heavenly light where ever you go. Imagine experiencing such a profound courage to take on anything and everything without a second’s hesitation. Imagine having such a vivid imagination with ideas that will change the entire world. Envision holding a infectious happiness throughout any situation, good or bad. Envision following your biggest dreams and achieving great success. Envision knowing your true destiny and the precise steps needed to fulfill your purpose.

Connect with every human being, including yourself, on a deeper level than ever thought possible through something you already possess within.

Click to find out!

Tips & Tricks for Meditation

In Stress Relief on January 31, 2013 at 7:55 pm
  1. If you have trouble emptying your mind of thoughts, try saying “in” on each inhale and “out” on every exhale. You’ll find yourself hearing these words and silencing all other thoughts.
  2. Imagine a relaxing setting such as walking along the beach barefoot and feeling the wet sand between your toes or whatever is most relaxing to you.
  3. Don’t chastise yourself if thoughts are still flowing, let them pass by.
  4. The world around  you may not stop to let you meditate; however, just slowly tune out those sounds and don’t let the distractions anger you.
  5. Feel free to adjust your position while meditating.
  6. Remember, there is no one right way to meditate.
  7. Focus on the small things you usually don’t notice. Feel the weight of your chest with every breath, the beating of your heart, the minute movements you make, and anything else you can spot out.
  8. Listening to an audio of waterfalls or chirping birds may help to create your meditation sanctuary.
  9. Imagine a bright, heavenly light filling your body with each breath. Continue until your body is glowing with radiance.
  10. And the last tip comes from Chogyam Trungpa, author of Ocean of Dharma:

 

Meditation should not be regarded as a learning process. It should be regarded as an experiencing process. You should not try to learn from meditation but try to feel it. Meditation is an act of nonduality. The technique you are using should not be separate from you; it is you, you are the technique. Meditator and meditation are one. There is no relationship involved.

meditation

meditation (Photo credit: HaPe_Gera)

 

 

 

 

 

The Best Stress Relief Available (and it’s free!)

In Stress Relief on January 26, 2013 at 1:12 pm

Did you know…

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Erase All Your Pain and Embrace a New Life

In Stress Relief on January 15, 2013 at 7:52 pm

Join the Tapping Revolution!

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