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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Best Cat Video

Check out the best cat video..Its a mixture of fun and adventure..


Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Flip-Flap Flop..Anybody knows about this?

Just this Morning, I received an email from my aunt a forwarded email.. A warning not to buy these "Chinese Thong Sandals Sold at WalMart"

I wonder if this issue is really true..but it is very alarming! See the Effect of these Chinese Thong Sandals..

Especially now that these sandal thing is in fashion..and very comfy to come these was the effect?? anybody knows about this?? Don't hesitate to share your thoughts and ideas..It would be a big help.. See more details about this Here..


How important Relaxation is..

Relaxation techniques are gaining in popularity as our world continues to quicken its pace. As the stresses in our tension filled lives continue to mount, learning to relax has become increasingly difficult. Today, using natural techniques is a preferred approach by many, as many people are leery of turning to medical assistance. There are umpteen natural styles of relaxation; there is no “one way”. You need to find the one that works for you, and stick with it.

Guided Imagery - is exactly what it says it is. Picture yourself in a world filled with peace. Many people joking refer to this as the “happy place”, but that is essentially what it is. First you need to lie down and close your eyes and think of the “happy place”. Select a place that you love being in. It could be a white sand beach with beautiful sea breezes whipping around you, or a grassy picnic in the mountains, it can be anything and any place you want it to be. It does not have to be someplace you’ve been, it could even be someplace you want to be. Your imagination is your limitation. While you are imagining yourself there, pay attention to every sound, smell, warmth, feeling, sensation. Place yourself in such an imaginary place and try to relax. Use this place as often as you need to and whenever you want to. “Pretending” that you are somewhere that you want to be when you can’t be, can be very soothing.

Quiet Ears - In this technique, order your body to start unwinding by physically forcing quiet into your body. Lie on your back or whatever position is comfortable and close your eyes. Put your hands behind your head and place your thumbs inside your ears closing the ear canal. A high-pitched rushing sound will occur, this is expected. Don't heed anything else. Your arms will relax by themselves and you will eventually fall asleep.

White Noise - commonly known as white sound. Since it utilizes many frequencies of sounds from high to low and back it has what is known as a “masking” effect. The noise itself will appear like a whooshing noise and many feel that it is very similar to the sound of rain or wind in the trees. Studies have shown it to be capable of filling anyone with an inner peace as it is a sound derived from nature. You can purchase White Noise CD’s or noisemakers through your local bookstore or retailers online.

These are just a few relaxation techniques you can try on your own, there are so many out there. Each of these relaxation techniques operates on the same principles as exercise does. Time and practice is required to use them effectively.


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