Relax your mind and put your brain in its place

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The cerebrum is a superb organ that never rests. It resembles the base camp of our entire being: would you be able to envision everything that occurs there? At times there are such huge numbers of things that we need to do, such a large number of musings that strike a chord at a light speed, such huge numbers of thoughts that you can not arrange, that it appears that our mind is going to detonate. In circumstances like this it is important to put all together everything that occurs in there and give it a little rest.

Advisor Victoria Nazarevich prescribes completing one thing to loosen up our mind: take a sheet of paper, pencil, hues, and begin drawing. She portrays the demonstration of illustration as a type of correspondence with yourself, an approach to connect with the spirit.

There is no clarification of how or why, however when you have a peculiar circumstance of stress or agitation, begin to do this and you will perceive how little by little you will start to feel agreement and peacefulness.

1. On the off chance that you feel tired, draw blossoms

2. On the off chance that you are furious, draw lines

3. In the case of something harms, shape, work with mud or plasticine

4. On the off chance that you wind up exhausted, paint a sheet of paper with various hues

5. In the event that you feel miserable, draw a rainbow

6. In the event that you are anxious, sew or make something with texture

7. In the event that you are troubled, make a cloth doll

8. In the case of something upsets you, break a bit of paper into little pieces

9. On the off chance that you are concerned, make origami

10. On the off chance that you feel tense, draw diverse examples

11. On the off chance that you have to recall something, draw labyrinths

12. On the off chance that you have been baffled, make an imitation of some artistic creation

 

13. On the off chance that you feel edgy, draw ways

14. On the off chance that you don’t comprehend something, draw mandalas

15. In the event that you have to comprehend your emotions, draw a self-picture

16. In the event that you have to interface with your disposition, draw hued spots

17. On the off chance that you have to sort out your contemplations, draw cells or pictures

18. On the off chance that you need to comprehend your desires, make a collection

19. On the off chance that you have to focus on your musings, draw an image utilizing specks

20. On the off chance that you need to locate the best answer for a circumstance, draw waves and circles

21. On the off chance that you feel adhered and need to proceed onward, draw spirals

22. On the off chance that you need to be centered around an objective, draw lattices and a white

23. On the off chance that you have to feel stimulated, draw scenes

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