Rub and Yawn

Tip #2: Rub & Yawn has three parts — visualizing, rubbing, yawning. Do all three.

Posted on: March 7, 2010

Visualizing has many possibilities, but they each include pro-actively manipulating parts of your unpleasant mental images, not just being at the effect of them.

Verbalization is often useful in addition, maybe writing down notes or a journal or even just talking to the wall. Talking to friends is sometimes helpful, but usually they are not trained counsellors and will often interrupt or tell their own experiences instead of simply listening and showing that they understood.

“Rubbing” includes stretching. You should rub fairly vigorously, and fairly continuously, not just a few times. Rub or stretch in whatever way feels right to you.

“Yawning” includes sighing, cathartic crying, belching etc. In other words, obvious bodily discharge.

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