Recharge Your Brain in Minutes
The islands will have to wait. Instead I tried a no less powerful approach to de-stressing.
Can’t believe I haven’t done this before now.
I got out my iPod and I’m taking short 5 minute sound breaks as often as I need them. Outside, weather permitting.
Because of the extra mental and physical workload, my muscles were tensing up. Taking a short sound break takes my body from tight to loose in a very short time. Plus, the slow rhythm of the music I’m playing helps me focus on deep breathing – always a good thing.
Mozart works really well as does my Renewal CD that you get with my The Secret Power of Words and Music package. Any music that relaxes mind and muscles is what I am looking for.
Yesterday I mentioned Heisman Trophy winner Danny Wuerffel’s pre-game mind tonic – Pachelbel’s Canon in D. That’s perfect music for a sound break.
Here’s where to get it:
Search for ‘Karajan: Adagio’ on Amazon. You’ll get Pachelbel’s Canon, as well as Albinoni’s Adagio, Mozart, Bach and much more. It’s priceless music that you’ll want in your collection.
Next time you feel groggy in the afternoon, instead of pouring yourself another coffee, give music a try. Find the music that works best for you. It doesn’t have to be classical. As long as it activates AND relaxes you.
Like the music in my 5 CD package The Secret Power of Words and Music. You’ll never miss a beat again.
Tania Gabrielle French