How To Self-Soothe After A Stressful Day

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Have you ever felt wired after a long day? You're finally ready to settle in and all you can think about is the million things that did not get done. Or perhaps you got into an argument with a colleague and you can't stop replaying it in your mind over and over again?  

Whatever your stressor, I've got just the meditation for you. In today's video blog, I share a quick kundalini pranayama (breath meditation) designed to help you wind down after a long stressful day. With just a couple of repetitions of this breathing technique you'll start to calm down, feel more relaxed and perhaps even ready to get some much needed sleep. Check it out!

Meditation Instructions

Sit in Easy Pose (or another comfortable seated posture) with a straight spine. Block the right nostril with the thumb of the right hand. Keep the other fingers straight up like antennae. Take 26 long, deep, and complete breaths through the left nostril. Then inhale and relax.