Get more relaxed. You like?
Hey. So it's now only 19 days til the release of my second book, Relax in a minute. Writing it was one of the most enjoyable things I've ever done, mainly because when you're writing about being relaxed, and researching some of the craziest methods of de-stressing from around the world, you can't help but actually get super relaxed during the process. Now it's done, there's some nice momentum building behind the book - amongst others it's being featured in the Sunday Times and ShortList over the next week or so.
One of my favourite techniques in the book comes from linking thoughts and emotions to very specific colours. It's called 'The Spot', and the origins come from a world-famous sportsman who won the biggest tournament in his sport. Throughout the four days of competition he had drawn a small red spot on his clothing. Eventually the TV cameras picked up on it, and the story of the red spot got a lot of publicity.
But here's the thing. I found when a person changes the colour of the spot to blue or green, puts it in a certain place, and follows very specific instructions, something incredibly relaxing happens. The colours blue and green can have a strange calming effect on us. In my next blog in a couple of days I'm going to send out my complete technique, 'The Spot', for you to read. It'll be the first time any of the material from Relax in a minute has been released. You'll find out where to put the spot, and how to use it whenever you like to get seriously relaxed in just a few seconds. It's great for anyone who leads a really busy life, and I think you'll like it.
In the meantime, do you want a free copy of Relax in a minute? I've got 10 copies to give away, and I'm going to pick from those who 'like' my facebook page. If you win, I will mail an advance copy to you. You like? You can either click on the like button to the right now. Or simply visit www.facebook.com/tonywrighton and click, yep, you guessed it, like.
Until next time, when you'll discover the relaxation spot that can change the way you feel in seconds.