Improve your posture to relieve deep emotional stress


  1. Observe your regular posture. 
    Become aware of how you usually sit and how you usually stand.
  2. As often as possible, remain in a posture where your spine is erect.
    The lumbar region needs to be relaxed and stretched to activate the spine.
  3. If you can, squat for lengths of time with your feet together, firmly on the ground. The next best option is to widen the distance between the feet when you squat, keeping them in line with your shoulders.
    This extension of the spine has a profound impact on psychological well-being. If you keep your feet together when you squat, there will be a natural upsurge of energy, but not many people can do this.
  4. Squat to the best of your ability regularly to accrue physical and emotional benefits
    This will ensure the spine will not collapse, or nerves become pinched as you age, will regenerate spinal damage, and clear emotional blocks. 


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