Challenge #2: Vertical development the joyful way


As days go by with a dizzying pace, it can be quite a challenge to wind down and let go of all the impressions in the evenings.

The brain might still process meetings, tasks, appointments, etc. This challenge acts as a brake to your train of thoughts. It helps slowing down your brain waves, your body becomes calmer and you are able to smoothly drift off into a good night’s sleep.

You might have to try it a couple of times.

Let us know how this challenge worked for you.

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