Jan 10, 2013
I tend to get lost in labyrinths of anxiety-fueled or vaguely apocalyptic thought.
When I’m far down the rabbit-hole these days, though, I’ll catch myself and start focusing on my breath.
As soon as I do, my posture improves (I was always inevitably hunching over), my shoulders drop and I become calm (or, at least, less anxious).
Does this work for you?
Check out “Teach Us To Sit Still,” by Tim Parks.