Does stress gnaw away at your peace of mind and leave you feeling thoroughly rattled and ravaged? Our ability to handle stress is frequently linked not only to our mental health but also our physical wellbeing, so it’s vital that we handle it well. Mitigating stress entirely is rarely an option. Instead, we have to find ways of accepting it as part of life and not taking it too seriously. Gay massage is a very good first step on the journey to coping with stress. A good practitioner (such as those found at Tantric Soul) will not only be well-trained, he’ll also be able to hear and feel your psychic disturbances and soothe them as his hands and body make contact with you.
However, it’s not possible to spend all day enjoying gay massage, as pleasant as that though might be. Other demands call out to us – work, family, friends, pastimes, fun, travel and so on. To nip stress in the bud, it really helps to have a meditation practice of some kind. Many people recoil from the notion of meditation, convinced that it means some sort of esoteric spiritual practice that will take years to master. That’s nonsense. There are meditations that anyone can do without any prior expertise or training. One such one is the body scan. It’s very popular with both novices and seasoned meditators. Just find somewhere comfortable to sit (or lie), turn off your phone for ten minutes and you’re ready to go.
Close your eyes and breathe in a relaxed and even manner. Focus your attention on the top of your head. Feel the sensations that occur in this part of the body. Allow them to be the sole object of your thoughts. Really tune into this one area. Then, when you’re ready, move down. What does your neck feel like? What are the sensations and messages going on there? By now, you’ve got the drift. You can keep moving down until you’re focusing on the feelings in your toes. Then you’re done. Perhaps the first time you do the body scan, it will help to find a guided version on the internet. But when you’ve got the hang of it, it’s something you can do in 3,5,10 or 30 minutes, depending on your available free time.