Release the Twin Dragons and Return to a Calm Center
Running your 'machinery' faster than you can replenish it? Worrying about the future, your next test, that important meeting, etc etc etc can really wind us up.
Tune-Up! Anxiety & Anticipation is designed to help you take a breath and a break.
It is particularly designed to address issues that began in 2020 and have been continuing, arguably getting worse, since that time frame.
Whatever happened, it appears to have a direct and lasting impact on our nervous system, particularly the Parasympathetic nervous system - the aspect of our nervous system that is designed for resting and digesting - and in the Peripheral nervous system.
Tune-Up! Anxiety & Anticipation helps release stored tension, enabling a reset of these aspects of our nervous system, helping them return to normal.
We offer two values; a 'Low chord', which is helpful for everyday type of wound-up and a 'High chord', which is helpful for more chronic and higher tension situations. If you're not sure, start with the Low chord.
Tune-Up! Anxiety&Anticipation was updated on 27 September 2022. It previously was just the Anxiety and Anticipation components only. The updates are detailed below.
Tune-Up! Anxiety&Anticipation is composed of the following information imprints:
Nervous system - Balance
Parasympathetic Nervous system - Balance
Parasympathetic Nervous system - Overstimulation
Parasympathetic Nervous system - Restore integrity
Peripheral nervous system - Sensory - Balance
Peripheral nervous system - Sensory - Restore integrity
Our state-of-the-art imprinting process makes possible the imprinting of various emotional states, here anxiety and anticipation. When these imprints are ingested, they provide our bodies with the information they need to release the build-up of anxiety and anticipation and help restore emotional balance.
One of the most important and effective ways to help reduce anxiety is to regularly practice - throughout your day - a relaxing breathing technique.
A simple one is - breathe in for 5 seconds, then breathe out for 5 seconds, and do this for up to 5 minutes.
If you're familiar with the 5 second breath technique, you might want to try 'Square breathing':
Breathe in for 4 seconds, hold your breath for 4 seconds, breath out for 4 seconds, hold the out breath for 4 seconds.
These breathing techniques can be very helpful in re-regulating the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS), the part of our nervous system that handles resting and digesting. When we are anxious, the PNS gets knocked out by the sympathetic side of our nervous system - which handles stress.