Rub and Yawn

Posts Tagged ‘chronic stress

It is very useful. It is for both emergency use and long-term use, for you and your family and friends. Show others how to use it. Email or tweet or text the links to them. Don’t just use it once and then forget about it.

Here is a useful program to follow. First, deal with any really hot topic, anything that is really bugging you and taking up a lot of your attention. Maybe experiment with a few of the options, like The Yawn Machine, a YouTube video or two, then have a whack at the Core module of PaulsRobot.

After a few sessions, when you are fairly comfortable with the general procedure, have a go at cleaning up your entire life at a relatively light level. This might take on average about 15-25 hours, spread over some weeks or months probably. After doing it, you should be able to mentally scan over any period of your life and not get snagged by any bad memories. It doesn’t mean everything is perfect, just that you have discharged the worst emotional charge associated with the main uncomfortable areas of your entire life. You can read the details at The Yawn Machine or the Basic R3X module of PaulsRobot. All this is free of charge.

Don’t simply have one session and forget about it. Make Rub & Yawn a part of your regular life.

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Rub & Yawn does not have to be done in a formal session.

For example, you’re watching TV. You happen to yawn. You notice that you just got reminded of a failed relationship. Now you get pro-active. You rub your hands together firmly with attention still on the relationship. You yawn some more. You keep rubbing and yawning, looking at different aspects of the relationship. It’s more interesting than the repeat on TV. After ten minutes, your kid comes in and wants to play. You feel somewhat better anyway, and start playing with your kid instead.

Maybe you decide to finish off the topic later. Maybe you forget about it. Either way, next time you get reminded of that failed relationship it shouldn’t feel so bad.

This is explained more fully at The Yawn Machine.

See all 8 Rub & Yawn tips at the Rub & Yawn blog.


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