Relaxation techniques

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    Relaxation techniques

    Anyone know any good relaxation techniques?

    I feel like I'm about to cave in my monitor with my keyboard.
    Lead me not into temptation... I can find it myself.

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    ever tired mediation?

    I do it all the time, especially when feeling frustrated.

    Not too hard to learn either.

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    Slow, deep breathing is a good way to start.
    I usually put on some mellow music; that always does it for me.
    If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is around to see it, do the other trees make fun of it?

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    Roll up a joint and watch Red Dwarf for 5 hours......

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    Jello shooters, although management frowns on that sort of thing.

    One thing I like to do to relax is take a brief walk. Five minutes wandering outside the building is refreshing.
    Jason Deckard

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    Depends on where you are. If you are alone at home, I like those boxing and kicking Tae-Bo stuff...
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    Originally posted by Fordy
    Roll up a joint and watch Red Dwarf for 5 hours......
    Amen!
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    If at home... lie down in bed, close your eyes and dream nice things.. that usually relaxes me.


    >>Depends on where you are. If you are alone at home, I like those boxing and kicking Tae-Bo stuff...

    and If I am with people then I like boxing and kicking them.

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    mmm

    Sits here looks right, sees wall Headbutts wall!!@#

    Arrr the pain!!!!

    By the way, This does not work!

    It does however take your mind off being tense as there is a newfound pain.
    And To All Those Opposed, WELL !!!
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    I usually takes a very short nap. A nap too long gives me a headache.
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