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 No.287

How do I completely relax my body? I did one of these "body scan" meditations but no matter what I couldn't let the tension go in a few parts of my body, most notably the legs.

 No.289

>>287
heroin

 No.291

Did you try exercise? Get a massage

 No.293

>>291
What kind of exercise would help? I stretch regularly but it is of little help, maybe I'm doing it wrong.

 No.294

>>287
>but no matter what I couldn't let the tension go in a few parts of my body, most notably the legs.
Been meditating for a while now. One thing I learned is that it can take time. Assuming that the tension in your legs isn't something that would be better addressed by diet/nutrition, my advice would be to keep at it. Be patient and try not to let yourself get discouraged. Some of the physiological benefits of meditation can take some time to develop. It can be like exorcising the body. One might have to walk for a while before they can comfortably go jogging, then go jogging for a while before they can comfortably sprint, and so on.

 No.299

>>293
Try jogging and push ups



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