Gentle exercise, and gradual capacity building

 

These days, medical doctors often recommend gentle exercise to support recovery after injury.

And that seems to be sound general advice, whether it is recovering from an illness or injury, healing psychologically from phobias or traumas, or developing skills in just about any area of life – including inquiry or meditation practice.

Use gentle exercise and gradual capacity building, gradually expand what you are able to do. Combine it with rest, and periods of more vigorous exercise when you are ready and find enjoyment in it.

And always monitor the effects of the exercise. If it aggravates the condition, or goes into noticeable physical or psychological resistance, then back of slightly, or find other ways of exercising. If you are doing fine, then gently continue to expand what you are doing.

Trigger: A previous post on recovering from chronic fatigue.

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– gentle exercise and gradual capacity building
— good guideline in any area of life – combined with rest, and periods of more vigorous exercise when am ready for it
— recovering from illness or injury
— healing psychologically – phobias, traumas etc.
— developing new skills  in any area of life

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Medical doctors nowadays frequently recommend gentle exercise to aid recovery after injury.

Gentle exercise and gradual capacity building seems to be a good guideline in any area of life, , combined with rest, and periods of

………

And that seems to be sound advice for just about any area of life, whether it is recovering from an illness or injury, healing psychologically from phobias or traumas, or developing skills in any area of life – whether physically, emotionally, mentally, relationally, or “spiritually” (inquiry, meditation, prayer).

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