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Tired At Amritvela? If Yeh, Try This!


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if your doing your paat and feel tired, dont stress!! put down your gutka for 5 mins, sit into a chonkra with your back straight, breath out untill you have fully exhaled, then breath in untill you fill your lungs up to th brim, make sure you do this with your back straight, hold your breath fo 2 seconds then very very slowly exhale with back straight, repeat this 5 times. and if you dont feel refreshed then i dont know :umm: . but this should help. because everytime i feel tired reading bani i try this and feel totally refreshed!!!

hope it works

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Also you should probably have a hazooria around your neck. and if you dampen it slightly then dab it on your eyes when you start feeing tired - helps. well wash your hands and dry them with hazooria. then you don't have to get up or stop, if it works that is.

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best to sit the on the floor. the comfy u are the more u'll fall asleep.

the less comfy u are -- (a floor) the more awake u will be.

also by sitting on the floor-- u train ur legs to sit for ages :D so u wont move around alot at the next kirtan prog u go to :D

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best to sit the on the floor. the comfy u are the more u'll fall asleep.

the less comfy u are -- (a floor) the more awake u will be.

also by sitting on the floor-- u train ur legs to sit for ages :D so u wont move around alot at the next kirtan prog u go to :D

hmmm....not actually true, im used to sitting on the floor so its very comfortable. lol

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best to sit the on the floor. the comfy u are the more u'll fall asleep.

the less comfy u are -- (a floor) the more awake u will be.

also by sitting on the floor-- u train ur legs to sit for ages :D so u wont move around alot at the next kirtan prog u go to :D

hmmm....not actually true, im used to sitting on the floor so its very comfortable. lol

lool i love sitting on the floor cuz yehh its comfy...as it keeps u in a straight postion. ive noticed sitting on a bed makes me want to go sleep straight away <_<

floor all the way :lol: :WW: (y) :BL: :vaheguru:

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