Five Ways to Get Your Zen On!

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We all need a little down time now and then. While I was thinking of the different ways that I get my ZEN on, I realized that we all have different ways to deccompress.

Here are my FAVE FIVE ways to get MY Zen on

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1. CDs! Yes, CDs! 

Mine come from Brainwave Entertainment Music, ZenMelodies.com, “Stress Relief and Relaxation,” and “Creativity Boosting Meditation” (brainwave entrainment suite for writers’ block, increased mental focus and problem solving skills).  Yup, I love Zen Melodies.  Zen Melodies music utilizes a mix of soothing, ambient soundscapes embedded with binaural beats and isochronic tones to deliver one of the most effective, deep and pleasurable hypnotic trance experiences possible.

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2. A short car day trip.

I make mine into the canyons and mountains, and stop and romp for a while with my dog!  It’s an easy fix to serenity!

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3. Stop and take a photograph

It could be as simple as a strand of grass or an empty railroad car. Try different angles, and just enjoy the process. Have the shot framed and put in your bedroom.

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4. Watch a chick flick or a Man cave movie all by yourself

With popcorn of course. Choose something you would not ordinarily watch that is funny or just plain relaxing.

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5. A random act of kindness is sheer Zen!

Why not buy a pair of pretty fry pans (mine came from Walmart, and are The Pioneer Woman Floral Design brand, and are very reasonable, under $12.00.

Fill each fry pan with a recipe and ingredients.  I put a rib eye steak, a package of Idaho potatoes, and a small jar of olive oil in one and the makings for pancakes in the other and then I gift them to friends with a big bow!

 

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