The Body Scan is a quick method for assessing yourself. Do it first thing in the morning. Ideally, you should repeat it several times throughout the day, but at least once a day.
The Body Scan should take only a few minutes. Your goal is to pay attention to what state your body is in, and what it is saying to you, right now. You basically scan yourself with your internal eye. The exercise will provide you with an intuitive picture of how you’re feeling. Here’s how to do it:
This tool helps you take a snapshot of what’s happening, providing a tip-off to what you might want to pay more attention to as the day progresses.
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