Allergies & Aches? Feel Better With This Simple Meditation

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Seems a lot of people are sick these days with ailments ranging from allergies to stress related aches and pains. This is a simple meditation for overall health as it stimulates every organ to greater vitality. The breath and arm rotation energize and perk up all aspects of the body, including the brain. A great meditation to do when pregnant as well.

I would suggest doing this every day for a week, preferably when you first wake up in the morning.

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In easy pose (seated position) stretch your arms out to your sides with your palms down, parallel to the ground, and elbows straight.

On each hand touch your thumb to the mound of your pinkie and then close your fist around your thumb. Keep your elbows straight as you revolve your arms and fists backward in circles about a foot and a half in diameter.

Close your eyes and roll them up and in to the third eye point (center of brow).

Breathe with a hissing breath through your nose (like a cobra). Do this for three minutes.

To end, inhale deeply, hold the posture, and exhale. Sit for one minute in quiet meditation.

Enjoy your health!

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This post was authored by Courtney Somer.
In the age of constant communication, 24/7 jobs, and mandatory multitasking, finding a moment for reflection is almost impossible — almost. Courtney Somer made mental wellness her mission, creating Eyla, an online resource packed with inspiration and real-life tools to maintain your personal peace. We'll be sharing some of this goodness every week on R29 Guest Stars, so whether you're looking to get spiritual, clear your mind, or just read some motivating interviews, Eyla is here to help you shine brighter.