21-Day Relaxation Course

Meditation Type: 
Total Body Relaxations
David Procyshyn

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.

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JayneG 2 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 2 years ago

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

The sense of Effortlessness
Reset_things 2 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.

I look forward to doing this
Cannon03 3 years ago

I look forward to doing this when I get off of work everyday. I run at least once a week and usually I have pain in the arches of my feet that shoot up to my calves but today I had no pain at all. I was able to run without stopping. Every day I feel less tense and less pain when I do this meditation. Thank you!

At first I found it difficult
Dexycat 3 years ago

At first I found it difficult to isolate the different parts of my body but after my third session I feel great. It's so relaxing. Thank you!

Hagenz 3 years ago

I did it! In 21 days I went from pure frustration of not being able to relax to pure bliss. Thank you for this amazing experience. It is truly life-changing. Highly recommended!

Hi, I have been doing this
o_olly 3 years ago

Hi, I have been doing this for three days now, but I always wake up the next day in a lot of pain. I assume this is from the tensing? Is this normal/ am I tensing too hard? Thanks in advance

Tense and Relax
David Procyshyn 3 years ago

Hi, there. Yes, you could be tensing too hard. Try doing it more gently and see how you feel the next day. The intention is to experience the difference between tension and relaxation, so you can adjust according to your needs.

Take care,

DoYogaWithMe.com Founder

My first meditation
Jasminka2012 3 years ago

It was fantastic experience! Your voice is so soothing! I will keep doing it and learn all what you offer. Thank you so much!

day 16
sybelle 3 years ago

There is no Day 16. There is Day 19 audio instead of Day 16.