Full spectrum integral mindfulness video presents a great discussion on the waking-up practice, how it's done and interpreted in different ways.
There are many integral mindfulness exercises for anxiety, stress, insomnia, and relaxation that can facilitate our ability to experience relaxation. The exact techniques that work for each of us will vary according to who we are, why we’re stressed, and a variety of other personal factors. However, no matter who we are, there are a variety of simple techniques worth exploring to enhance our personal growth and wellbeing.
On a physical level, relaxation has very observable and measurable signs. In fact, these signs of relaxation can be grouped into a physiological response we all have. One that is aptly named ‘the relaxation response’. This term, coined by Dr. Herbert Benson, refers to the physiological state of deep rest and relaxation.