Often times we accumulate pressure without even noticing and before we know it, several days or even weeks pass by.

The pressure we carry around often expresses itself as lowered mental, emotional or physical resilience resulting in internal or external conflicts, e.g. anxiety, physical exhaustion or in situations and with people who, in fact, have nothing to do with it.

There are many quick and simple ways you can manage pressure in the inside or outside. Take time to look at our challenges and experiment with them:

Is it acute?

Challenge #1, #2 and #8 help you to calm down almost instantly.

Need space?

Challenge #6, #10 and #12 create room for relief and clarity.

Change of perspective?

Challenge #7 supports in shifting perception and focus on the positive.

Try out what works for you. This way you can assume responsibility for your wellbeing.

You will clearly see how you and your environment will benefit from it. 


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