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D.A.R.K. offers another set of tools for your healing toolbox. D.A.R.K. tools are not meant to replace conventional healthcare.

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D.A.R.K. Technique:

Full Calm 

Description

The Full Calm brings a deeper calm to your entire body and being.

 

When to Use It

When practised on a daily basis, the Full Calm is particularly helpful at managing stress and anxiety. When used in the moment, it can offer a deeper calm than the Line of Calm.

How to Do the Full Calm

 

1. Visualize a horizontal line, any colour you like, in front of your core which is around your belly button. Send the line all the way to the left and the right to infinity.

 

Say silently: "My core is calm in all time."

 

 

 

 

2. Visualize a horizontal line, any colour you like, in front of your chest. Send the line all the way to the left and the right to infinity.

 

Say silently: "My heart is calm in all time."

 

 

 

 

 

3. Visualize a horizontal line, any colour you like, in front of your throat. Send the line all the way to the left and the right to infinity.

 

Say silently: "My throat is calm in all time."

 

 

 

 

 

4. Visualize a horizontal line, any colour you like, in front of your head. Send the line all the way to the left and the right to infinity.

 

Say silently: "My head is calm in all time."

 

 

5. Visualize all the horizontal lines. 

 

Say silently: "I am calm."

 

Helpful Hints:

For an even deeper calm, focus on each horizontal line for a few seconds. Make sure it goes all the way to the right and to the left to infinity, and that it's straight and smooth.

 

If you need it really quickly in the moment, you can visualize all the horizontal lines at the same time and silently say "I am calm." 

 

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Helpful Hint:

If you like, add lines at your feet and knees, or anywhere else you feel you need it.