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Check in and build awareness



This is an exercise in observation. There is no right answer to the questions you ask yourself. Observations are made without judgement or shame. Once you become aware of your emotional state, energy state, and physical feelings you can begin to address them with specificity. It helps you work smarter, not harder and feel better.



How do you feel in this moment? Take notice of your physical body, your energy, and your emotional state.

Now,


Sit up in a chair or on the floor in a comfortable position. Breathe in. Breathe out. Let your eyes relax and go unprompted where they may. Observe the sounds around you. Feel where you make contact with the ground or your seat. If you'd like close your eyes or keep them open.

What do you notice?

What is your breathing like?

Do any areas call out to you? Notice areas of discomfort. Notice areas that feel good.

Breathe in completely. Breathe out deeply.



How do you feel?


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