Jan. 07

Calm, Relaxing Bubble Baths ~ Oh how I love them!

 

 

Noth­ing seems to de-stress more than that of a Calm, Relax­ing Bub­ble Bath. After a long crazy day, every­one needs that time to them­selves to reflect and unwind.

Give your­self a few min­utes a day of quiet time. Reflect, med­i­tate, unwind.

 

 

 

Run your­self a hot and sooth­ing bath with lots of bath salts, body scrubs, and bub­ble bath, espe­cially with those phe­nom­e­nal bath and body prod­ucts sold at Eden­Fan­ta­sys! Relax in this bath for about 10 — 20 min­utes. Avoid being in it too long as it gets cold (unpleas­ant) and energy-sapping (some­thing you do not need right now). Just long enough to refresh and restore a small amount of energy to get back to your own head space.

Be sure to clear your mind!!

 

If per­haps there are stress­ing thoughts both­er­ing you even in your quiet moments give your­self a break from them even if just for a minute or two. Do this by focus­ing on some very nar­rowly. Form a pic­ture, or a sound, or a smell in your mind. Some­thing sim­ple, like a cir­cle, trace the edge or the cir­cle with your eye, time the motion with your breath­ing. If you find your self still think­ing stress­ful thoughts resolve the image fur­ther with more detail and focus, let it con­sume your mind. Once your heart rate and temp have low­ered it should be eas­ier to stay calm.

 

 

 

 

 

Play soft music while you take your bath.
Light aroma can­dles near your bath tub. Laven­der works great for reliev­ing stress. Even if you don’t get laven­der you can go for your favorite choice of aroma. But make sure that you don’t arrange more than two dif­fer­ent kinds of aroma can­dles. If may not give the desired relax­ing effect.
Add some Epsom salts to the bath tub as well!

 

 

 

It’s phys­i­o­log­i­cally proved that dur­ing a bath our entire body sys­tem gets calm.

Sub­merg­ing in a bub­ble bath relieves your body from the con­stant pull of grav­ity, and heated water relaxes mus­cle ten­sion, improv­ing cir­cu­la­tion, range of motion and energy flow. Melt away your stress by cre­at­ing a mini spa in your bath­room. Turn on sooth­ing music, dim the lights, gather up some sooth­ing can­dles and pre­pare fresh tow­els. The music will drown out house­hold sounds that you may asso­ciate with every­day stres­sors, and relaxed light­ing can go a long way when cre­at­ing a peace­ful mood!!

 

 

 

So, if you really want to de-stress, close the door to the out­side world for how­ever long it takes to release all the emo­tional slights and hurts the world doles out in the course of a day. Lux­u­ri­ate in a hot tub or bub­ble bath. Relax. Visu­al­ize your­self melt­ing as ice melts into water, and water melts into vapor, imag­ine your stress evap­o­rat­ing like the soap bub­bles that bust and dis­solve into thin air.

Reflect, med­i­tate, unwind.

 

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