Don't Forget To Breathe
Esquire Singapore|August 2020
Don't Forget To Breathe
Cheen Chong, mindfulness teacher at COMO Shambhala, guides us to realign body and mind connection through the simplest tasks we do daily.
Joy Ling

Ask anyone on the street and nine out of 10 would likely say that this has been a stressful year thus far. While we could list all the reasons, the truth is, stress comes from within. It’s that cliché: though you may not have control over the outward factors, what you can control is how you react to them.

Like going to the gym, these breathing exercises can help build and strengthen attentiveness. You’ll be surprised to find how it leads to better decision-making and flexibility in choices too. Learn how to easily activate your parasympathetic nervous system, also known as the rest-and-digest mode, to better manage stress, emotions, and be kinder to ourselves and others.

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August 2020