Ground Yourself In The Moment With These 5 Absurd Anti-vertigo Mantras.
We’re channeling the power of the mind right now, folks. And today this channel is tuned in to 5 absurd anti-vertigo mantras. >: Ermmm... Before we go any further, for the record, it’s clear that using mantras can be great for many people. A solid mantra might strengthen and center you. It can block out difficult noises and distractions, helping you focus on what’s meaningful in your life right here, right now. Some spiritual-focused teachers recommend humming mantras like these to relax the muscles and lower the blood pressure. They can also slow down your breathing rate: Nnn – to heal the ears Eemm – to heal the eyes Paamm – to heal the stomach Such teachers claim that these tools of the mind can genuinely overcome the barriers of illness. They create auras of self-love and ecstasy. Maybe they even lead the chanter down a glorious golden path of true enlightenment. These particular mantras, however, make no claims to do that at all. The fact is, when vertigo hits, you probably won’t be wanting to chant anything except ‘Oof’, ‘HOW’ and ‘Heck no. Please heck no.’ We feel your pain. Until then, pull down the blackout blinds, draw your curtains, lie in your bed and assume the absurd anti-vertigo position: because splayed, still and surrounded by crucial silence will help.
5 Absurd Anti-vertigo Mantras:
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