There is no greater medicine than relaxation; being relaxed sharpens your focus and bring your
efforts to fruition.
To be not relaxed means to subject yourself to tension and anxiety. This means stress on your
body and mind. Prolonged stress creates pressure. When under pressure, your body succumbs
to diseases, and your mindless alert, which means the overall efficiency goes down.
What will a person who could not relax under ordinary circumstances do when overpowered by
diseases and lower efficiency? He or she will fall into further stress which means no reprieve
from the already sorry situation he or she was in.
Such a situation will not occur if you tell yourself that it is important to be relaxed at all times. To
be relaxed does not mean you are negligent or inattentive. In fact, it is quite the opposite. You
refrain from being preoccupied thereby relieve yourself from absent-mindedness. A mind that is
alert and sharp automatically emerges. Doors and pathways which you never imagined to exist
starts appearing taking you closer to your goal.
Is it worth remaining tensed and anxious? Think for yourself. Choose the medicine of relaxation, and it will never fail you.
Swastham Shantam Sampurnam