Lessons learned about tension

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Did you know that tension is a body-mind physical response?

Here are a few ideas about tension for your consideration.

Tension…

…comes from anxiety, stress, and worry
 
…is a response to actions taken, and choices made
 
…is a reminder to pay attention to feeling sensors

Conclusions, and takeaways

Tension improves the decision making process 

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Bottom line: Tension happens when physical sensors are ignored.

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