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De-stress by getting organized in time for the new year
by Tamar Love
Dailypress.com Translate This Article
16 December 2004
On 16 December 2004 Dailypress.com reported:
'The end of the year is coming. It can mean three things: stress, stress and more stress.' Tana's Habitat, a daily column of the Daily Press, focused on how to get a handle on stress. Under the category of 'get out the big guns', the Transcendental Meditation Programme was listed as a 'wonderful stress reducer' that didn't take a lot of time to perfect.
It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring
fulfilment to the field of health.
Today's column offered tips on how to make changes in attitudes and outlook so that readers could stop being stressed and start enjoying. From how to get organized to how to refocus on the big picture, the author gently and positively encouraged the reader to refresh and rejuvenate. Advocating trying some time-tested approaches 'so we don't have to reinvent the wheel', the author recommended yoga, the Transcendental Meditation Programme, aromatherapy, and a good night's sleep.
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