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Online retailer How To Be Centered offers easy to follow video courses with stress relief methods, how to meditate videos and affirmations


People who are searching for stress relief techniques can find the help they need at How to be Centered is an online retailer offering how to meditate videos, stress relief methods, rhythmic breathing exercises and affirmations for self esteem.

The website offers three individual courses, including the popular How to Center Yourself. This is a three-part series that delves into the mind, body and spirit connection. It covers philosophical issues while teaching participants three specific actions they can do to become more centered.

The company is currently offering a downloadable course of 10 videos that teaches how to practice deep relaxation. In less than two hours, participants will learn about the four tools within that will help them relax. Participants will learn about the anatomy of stress and how it affects them as well as how to relax and center themselves at will. A guided deep relaxation MP3 is also included. The video course is available for $32, with an extra $5 discount for pressing the Facebook like button.

Finally, another course that was just added called “Can you relax like your cat” is made up of guided deep relaxations which are recorded on mp3 files that people can just listen to anywhere. You can find more details about this and other products on the website.

Whether customers buy one video or all 10, they come away from the experience with a better understanding of who they are and what they want out of life. The videos empower people because they teach people how to reach their super conscious minds.


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