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- Babbling brooks, leafy lanes and colourful meadows provide a pastoral excursion in this video aimed at helping you rest and relax. Designed with advice from an expert psychologist to help reduce stress levels, this film is full of beautiful scenery. It's a bright sunny day where you glimpse the sun cascading through the trees, you see countryside, a running stream, bright colours and green foliage. If you listen closely, you can hear the birds singing. These scenes allow you to awaken your senses, to feel at one with nature and to relax! The camera angle at times enables you to imagine being small or childlike where you are running through the long grass with no cares in the world, surrounded by beauty and serenity. At other times, you get a bird's eye view which can help you to imagine the unimaginable -- the sky is the limit! The best time to watch this film is when you feel most relaxed ... go with it!
- Escape to one of the remotest areas on earth and enjoy the tranquillity and majesty of the Himalayas in this stress relief video designed with the help of an expert psychologist. This film depicts entrancing wilderness and rugged landscape with snow-capped mountains, bright blue skies, mountains, valleys, lakes and streams. The changing position of the sun from sunlight to silhouette is noticeable against the backdrop of the calm, serene water. There is a sense of getting away within this film and the many visions of peaks throughout the picture signify that anything is achievable! The continuous swirling and changing form of the clouds symbolises opportunities for change and positivity. The best time to watch this film is when you are feeling negative or uninspired. Think about what you can see, hear, and smell; consider how your body is reacting to the calm and tranquil setting. The expert adviser was psychologist Dr. Victoria Galbraith
- Smiles from children across the globe combine to present a cheerful diversion in this video to help you unwind. Designed with advice from an expert psychologist to help reduce stress levels, the film is a reminder of the value of sharing a smile . A smile can demonstrate so many things, but it is generally associated with happiness and contentedness. Research has demonstrated that smiling can inspire qualities such as trustworthiness and attractiveness. Furthermore, a smile is often contagious and can therefore bring happiness to others. A smile can speak a thousand words, and it transcends all barriers - culture, age, race, religion, sex, ability, socio-economic status -- smiling is a universal language. It can alter your outlook or perception - when someone smiles at you, it can give you such a feel-good factor . The best time to watch this film is when you don't feel like smiling. The expert adviser was psychologist Dr. Victoria Galbraith
- Take a journey across our serene universe in this video to help you relax and reduce stress, designed with advice from an expert psychologist. This film illustrates the sheer scale of the cosmos - from Britain, the vision turns to the planetary system and on to the universe. When watching this film you recognise that there is so much more to life than the daily grind and the day-to-day hassles that we experience. This film enables us to place our existence into perspective. The stresses and strains that accompany our fast-paced lives are placed into context when we observe the vastness and sheer magnitude of the solar system. There is so much more going on than our routine hassles. The film is full of vibrant colours and the contrast of light on dark symbolises the brightness of life and existence. The best time to watch this film is when you are feeling generally stressed about life/work hassles. The expert adviser was psychologist Dr. Victoria Galbraith
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