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      Is anybody there?

      I asked the same question on three different parts of the forum, but no one seems to reply. A bug maybe?
      Even though I have many posts on this forum I'm still relatively new, so i'll just ask it here:
      I have a few questions about the 61 point relaxation technique.
      Is it supposed to be the last thing you do before you go to sleep? Do you have to be sitting on a chair, lying in your bed or standing up while doing this?
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      When you sleep
      "do what you wish"

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      Is this a joke? The 61 point relaxation technique is a form of meditation...It's NOT possible to do this while sleeping.
      Serious answers anyone?
      Quote Originally Posted by A dreamer168 View Post
      When you sleep
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      Sorry, what I meant to say is I did it when laying in bed, not sleeping
      "do what you wish"

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      Quote Originally Posted by A dreamer168 View Post
      Sorry, what I meant to say is I did it when laying in bed, not sleeping
      Oh, ok. Sorry I was a little rude...
      Thanks ^^
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      It's OK.

      The Progressive relaxation technique is much simpler(IMO). U know that?
      "do what you wish"

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      Nope, never heard of it. Is there a tutorial somewhere?
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      Here
      you go.
      http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/1596/sleepingpikachu4.jpg
      This guy, , and this guy, , are mine. BACK OFF!

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      Tnx a lot Snowy Egypt, but I was referring to the Progressive relaxation technique.
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      Oh. Whoops.

      I found this in a thread asking about relaxation, seeing as I can't find an actual tutorial.
      http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/1596/sleepingpikachu4.jpg
      This guy, , and this guy, , are mine. BACK OFF!

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      Is anybody here? Tons of people are here

      I like to do a relaxation technique in bed until I feel real mushy, then take a minute or two to let my thoughts wander and release. Then I return to the relaxation technique, then back to wandering thoughts. Alternating back and forth is the quickest way I've found to get to the border of sleep.

      WILD meditation is different than regular meditation in that you do actually want to fall asleep during it. This means you have to let yourself drift a bit.

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