21-Day Relaxation Course

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
Average: 5 (49 votes)
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This 21-day course uses three different techniques to help you relax your entire being on a deep level, each 7 days long. The first uses tense and relax to introduce the mind to the sensation of true relaxation. The second teaches you to scan your body part-by-part. The last 7 days takes you into a wonderful, deeply restful, total body relaxation.

Meditation Type: Total Body Relaxations


David Procyshyn 2 years ago

Thank you for reaching out. I appreciate how much you have shared.

It's fantastic hearing that you are making progress and that you are thinking about the concepts and how they apply to your life. Always keep in mind that you may feel the tension, pain, emotional blocks now, and that's fine. The most important thing, you pointed out, is to avoid wanting it to be different. If you are truly ok with it, that allows you to fully feel it, which is how it will begin to crumble and lose its grip on you.

I'm so happy for you! Please stay in touch and let me know how you're doing.



Ninakachina 3 years ago

So deeply relaxing. I struggle with healing from burn out and tension in my body, and with this exercise I am able to soothe my body and mind. Thank you for this experience. I sincerely recommend taking this course.

Turtle70 3 years ago

It took me 5 classes to be able to separate the body parts and not putting more effort into tensing each region than required. Finally, I have a sense of what being relaxed means and it is a marvelous feeling!

pianoskate 3 years ago

This, and other practices on this site is helping me so much through a very difficult time. Thank you for the efforts that are put into the material here.

coachted 4 years ago

I am new and would like some guidance on how to begin to meditate...any help would be much appreciated

babzy 4 years ago

absolutely love this along with everything on this site. Helping me change into the kind of person I want to be :)

JayneG 4 years ago

This course has been so helpful, as is everything on the site. I just wanted to ask what music is playing in part 2?

newyogi0 4 years ago

I want to start meditating and i wanted to ask if this is a good start.
thnx :)

Reset_things 5 years ago

In the introductions you keep pointing to that sense of "not-doing" or "not-trying", which I experience from time to time ( approx. once a month, haphazardly), and intellectually I understand, what you are talking about. I experienced that kind of mentality quite often when I was a teenager,especially when I was practicing an instrument, just a few years ago.

Why do I feel, that this mentality occurs more and more rarely for me? I don't like that trend. Without that, practicing an instrument is a silly waste of time. Doesnt get me anywhere... a famous teacher once called this "an ego trip". I experienced, that I can only build up abilities on that instrument, when I developed a good contact to it, which also implies that kind of "flow-mentality" or effortlessness. Only then exercises make sense. Not only instruments, not only yoga exercises. I took the instrument as an example, because I think it is one of the most immediate ways of experiencing that effortlessness-mentality.

It is not only effortlessness, which characterizes that mentality. There is also a seriousness to it. Not an uptight seriousness, but an integral seriousness.