Laughter



Laughing is a mini-workout. 


Laugh for no reason. 



Laugh at yourself laughing or friends laughing.


Just say ha, ha, ha . . . begin by “doing” laughing . . . ha ha, hee hee, hoo hooo 


Laughter & seriousness don't mix - beware of taking yourself too seriously. 


Laugh at yourself and rebound more easily and faster from disappointment.


Laughter and amusement provide an escape valve from life's pressures.


Humour can short-circuit panic. 


The act of laughing can set in motion far-reaching physiological changes such as improving digestion, relaxing & stabilising all body systems & improving circulation. 


Laughter strengthens your immune system.


Laughter brings greater detachment, helping us see life's ironies.  


When we laugh at ourselves, we fortify our self-esteem, hence a good sense of humour is invaluable. 


Laughing Suggestions 


Laugh with your whole body. Throw your arms into the air as you laugh, as though you knew what you were doing. 


Laugh for 2 or 3 mins, stay with the process of “being-the-laughing”.


Have you had enough laughs today? Be sneaky, laugh for the heck of it.


Find ways to be playful in your life & laugh, playfulness & laughter are old friends.


Discover your sense of humour, its worth it; a good sense of humour sets you free.


Laughter

Laughter & amusement provides an escape valve from life's pressures. 

Beware of taking yourself too seriously. 

Seriousness & laughter don't mix too well. 

Laughing is a mini-workout. 

Laugh at yourself & rebound more easily & faster from disappointment. 

Humour can short-circuit panic. 

The act of laughing can set in motion far-reaching physiological changes such as 

improving digestion, relaxing & stabilising all body systems, improving circulation, and it strengthens your immune system. 

Laughter brings greater detachment & helps us see life's ironies. 

There are important links between laughter, a good sense of humour & self-esteem.

Laugh a lot more . . . 

Practice Laughing just for the heck of it. 

Laugh with your whole body.

Throw your arms into the air as you laugh, as though you knew what you were doing. 

Laugh by just saying ha, ha, ha! Begin by “doing” laughter. 

Laugh for no reason. 

Practice laughing at yourself - 

when we can laugh at ourselves, we become more candid & self-accepting. 

Play with laughing. Have you had your 15 laughs today? 

Find ways to laugh & play in your life. 

Playfulness & laughter are old friends. 

Being silly is not silly; being silly is one of the first steps to being free -- 

ha ha ha ha, hee hee, hooo, hooo!



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