Hello and welcome to another relaxation in the time out series. Being at home so much at the moment can provide so many distractions and things we would rather be doing instead of work.
Which can mean we work slower or not as well as we would in our usual work environment.
This relaxation reconnects us to being able to focus, so anytime in your working day you find yourself distracted or unable to get back into work mode.
Give this a listen, to bring you back to now and give you the focus to get things finished so you can get back to spending time with loved ones.
So find yourself a comfortable position, sitting or laying the choice is yours.
Adjust your shoulders, adjust your hips.
Allow your body to feel heavy in place.
Breathe in, breathe out.
Allow your eye lids to close and jaw to relax.
Take a moment to focus on your breath.
Breathe in deeply.
Breathe out deeply.
Focus on how the air moves in through the nose and out through the mouth.
A few rounds of the breath to focus you on yourself.
How the focus of the breath allows you a few moments out of your mind.
To focus on one thing only.
Now begin to focus on your body in place.
How it rests.
The position of your arms and legs.
The position of your shoulders.
The position of your back.
How your body is in this exact moment.
Take the time to focus on yourself to refocus you on the here and now.
The breath to ground you and awareness of your body to give you a moment to check in with yourself.
Anytime in your day when the ability to focus becomes challenging.
Allow yourself a deep breath in, deep breath out and focus on the position of your body in that exact moment.
Focus inward to improve your ability to focus on what’s around you.
Enjoy a few moment to breathe.
To focus your attention on you.
Take one more deep breath in, deep breath out.
Allow your breath to return to its natural rhythm.
Gently wiggle your fingers and your toes.
Slowly open your eyes.
Bring gentle movement back to your body.
Thank you for taking the time to listen today.