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The Top Ten Relaxation Tips for Reducing Holiday Stress are now available on www.self-guided.com, which also publishes the Relaxation Tips Newsletter delivered free via e-mail every week. The Web site also offers online resources for relieving stress and achieving balance during the holidays, including links to other useful articles with holiday stress tips for parents, singles, divorced families, and others.
"We want to help people have a fuller and more enjoyable experience this holiday, especially during this time of increased tension due to a prolonged war, threat of terrorism, and economic uncertainty," said Joel Levey. "We want to guide people to tap their natural inner resources for resilience during the holidays."
For example, a common holiday stress tip suggests that you create a hand-made gift. The Leveys take it a step further and provide insights on how to tap into your natural creativity and offer a link to an online guided imagery audio clip designed to enhance creativity.
They also provide tips that include relaxation exercises to relieve stress, suggestions for finding balance in life, mindfulness techniques, and reminders about living a purposeful life.
The Top Ten Relaxation Tips for Reducing Holiday Stress – enhanced with additional content on the Self-Guided.com Web site – include:
1. Create realistic expectations
-- don't try to make this the perfect holiday.
Joel Levey and Michelle Levey are the authors of The Fine Arts of Relaxation, Concentration, and Meditation (Wisdom Publications, 2003) and Living in Balance (Conari Press, 1999). In his Foreword to Living in Balance, the Dalai Lama of Tibet writes the following about the Levey’s work: "As more people achieve some degree of mental calm, insight, or the ability to transform negative emotions into positive ones, there will be a natural reinforcement of basic human values and consequently a greater chance for peace and happiness for all."
is the producer of Joel Levey’s "Self-Guided Relaxation" CD and other guided
imagery audio products for stress relief and well-being. See www.self-guided.com
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