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Emotional Kit of self-applied techniques

(Save me to make sure you have me at hand, this kit can help you in bad times, if you practice the exercises as a learning base in your day to day, they will be there when you need it)

Hese exercises should find useful to help you manage any specific situation, as cotherapist tools if you can download the instructions.

They are not a substitute for therapeutic advice, however they are beneficial to connect with your present moment and release energy that bothers you, these videos can inspire you, making it easier for you to connect with what is happening to you through body awareness and the appropriate attitude.

If after doing them, even repeatedly on different occasions, you continue with discomfort, I suggest you go to a psychotherapist, a competent psychologist in the matter.

In no case are they a substitute for professional advice, there must be understanding to be used in order to alleviate discomfort.

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Adaptation for www.psicologiaenergetica.net, Felix Larriba Catalán

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Embrace of the Butterfly

(originated and developed by Lucina Artigas)

  1. Place your hands as shown

  2. Wave your hands like the wings of a butterfly

  3. Breathe slowly and notice the change, breathe slowly, gently, deeply, abdominal breathing, preferably through the nose

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Simplified self hug

Havening Techniques®, by Ron Ruden, Ph.D.

  1. Cross your arms, each hand on the opposite shoulder
  2. Pull your hands from both shoulders to the elbows, with firm but gentle pressure.

  3. At the same time, hum a tune

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Reassuring Hug

  1. Cross your arms as shown

  2. Hold for a minute

  3. Breathe in through your nose, breathe out through your mouth

  4. Change and repeat using the opposite arm

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Calm breathing

  1. Take a deep, sharp breath through your nose

  2. Hold your breath for a couple of seconds.

  3. Let the air out through your mouth, with a deep sigh

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