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  1. If you are very nervous, first of all you should notice the physical aspects of your excitement: hot, goosebumps, breathing, cold, lump in the throat, etc. Then you should focus as much as possible on this physical aspect.

    For example: you're hot. You ask yourself questions – But I wonder if I'm hot right now, how hot is it? Where is it hot? At what specific point of the body? Can I make it cold? I'll give it a try.”..

    Be curious about your physical conditions. Keep an eye on them only. After 15 minutes, the physical discomfort will disappear, and the calmness that will come after it will surprise you very much.

  2. Constantly think about what relaxes you.

    And these are thoughts about pleasant things: about what pleases, smiles, inspires, motivates, calms, fills with energy to Create.

  3. In addition to a contrast shower, a trip to nature helps well . it is better to go to places where you visited in your youth, when you didn't think much about anything. or where you have pleasant memories. it is better without communication and the Internet.You just need to find a way to switch from obsessive thoughts to other ones.

  4. The reason for this state, according to yoga philosophy, is a false ego-the concept that permeates our consciousness :” I am the actor, everything here depends on me.” This arrogance, constant reliance on oneself – the reason that a person can not relax and is forced to resort to artificial means, such as alcohol.

    There are several ways to get rid of this chronic and fraught with very dangerous consequences of the disease. The simplest of them is to try to take the position of an observer and instead of “thinking” stand in the position of observing your thoughts. This is actually called meditation. To begin with, to prepare yourself for such an unusual role, you can watch your breathing for a minute or two. This in itself will lead to relaxation. If we then begin to observe our thoughts from the outside, trying to catch the moment when the thought begins, we will be surprised to find that there will be fewer thoughts, and deep relaxation will come to us by itself. The problem is that it is difficult to keep yourself in this state. However, a few minutes of exercise each day will help us learn to separate our real self from the ever-busy mind full of unnecessary worries and obsessive thoughts, and to relieve the stress caused by them.

  5. No way. Человек A person sweats and thinks as long as he is alive. Some people “no doubt” manage to get rid of thoughts for a while, “but what is the value of a minute” freed from consciousness, ” if thought is almost the main resource of the Universe?�

    Personally, I sometimes don't sleep for thirty-six hours, ” and all because of a single thought that has been plodding through my brain for seventy-four years and has never stopped its flight for a second. Think while you are capable of this most worthy act, and it will certainly bear fruit.

  6. Take a contrast shower. This is the first thing to do. If there is no possibility, even just washing your face with cold water will help.
    Eat a slice of lemon, thoroughly chewed.
    Quickly do 50 squats in a row.
    If no one sees you, jump with your hands up. Easily, without straining. I don't know why, but this strange method always works:)
    If no one can hear you, start singing, first loudly, and then lower and lower. Patters also help out.
    Take a deep breath and exhale sharply.
    If there is a loved one nearby, play any quick word game, even in the same cities:)
    But I just don't recommend meditation if you don't do it regularly. And even more so if you are prone to obsessive thoughts:) Very few people can do it abruptly and immediately, and it will most likely backfire – you will only become more focused on what is going on in your head.

  7. A very effective way is meditation. And not in a religious sense. You just need to sit back and try not to allow any thoughts in your head at all. It will be hard at first, but then it will get better and better.
    Extreme sports also help. Yes, and the sport itself as such. With loads and adrenaline, you won't think much of it.

  8. Here's some great advice from Tibetan Lama Lobsang Rampa. It is necessary to imagine as much as possible that you are under a tall birch tree on a clear day (birch – because the alternation of black and white on the trunk also helps). We peer into the trunk and begin to look up from the root. On the branches, attention is scattered, and it is simply impossible to trace the leaves. When the mind's eye reaches the top of the crown, it is seen against the blue sky. The leaves move slightly, which additionally prevents you from focusing your attention. The crown is blurring, blurring in the sky…

    And when the attention function is disabled, thoughts are also scattered. It's not hard to fall asleep here.

    I've been using this method to turn off my thoughts for years. More obvious methods, such as “soaking” with warm water to relax the muscles, I will not describe. There are a lot of them.

  9. I join the previous speaker. Put on your headphones, play a more authentic and atmospheric track, sit back in your chair and just enjoy the music. If desired, you can add a couple of Jagermeister shots 😉

  10. You can put on headphones, turn on psychedelic music and listen to it, immersing yourself in the world of images that this music will evoke. So thoughts will fade into the background, giving way to fantasy.

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