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giddy with laughter

Posted by LLJCL on 31st May 2008 in laughter-tech
Amble around as if giddy from laughter and before you know it, you are  
silly with laughter.

Nature Park Laughter

Posted by LLJCL on 23rd May 2008 in laughter-tech

Today was my first day laughing out on Mother Earth. It will not be my last 🙂 This is a very charging and clearing experience. Here are the exercises:

  • receive love from Earth. Joyfully (with laughter) store into your chakras using your hands
  • listen to the birds. then laugh like the birds
  • observe the branching of a tree. Use your arms and fingers to emulate its branching. Then laugh along with the tree
  • hold up your arms and let the trees tickle under your arms. Now turn around and let it work you from the top of your head to the crack of your buttocks
  • sense your head. Now look at the tree tops. Brush your head against the tree tops, laughing at the sensation.
  • air-body tickling: request the tree to extend its air body over to you. Now tickle its air body and laugh along with it!

ascending pitch and head

Posted by LLJCL on 22nd May 2008 in laughter-tech

Drop your head to look at your stomach. Raise your head and the pitch of your laugh at the same time!!!!

Tons of fun!!!!

Early morning solo laughter

Posted by LLJCL on 7th May 2008 in laughter-tech
  1. lion laughter
  2. laughter every step
  3. laughter every sound
  4. laughter every sight
  5. laughter windmill
  6. shower everything with laughter
  7. the trees/external objects tickle you
  8. laughter every smell
  9. arm as measure stick laughter
  10. wizard laughter
  11. laughter milkshake
  12. laughter every skin sensation
  13. rolling on back and sides laughter
  14. holding back laughter then explode
  15. childlike laughter

This list is designed to be done in reverse order: set your countdown timer at 16 minutes, then when the 15th minute kicks in, begin with exercise number 15 and work backwards towards exercise number 1 (which you would start in the very last minute). None of this has to be precise, they are just guidelines to help you keep moving through a powerful and productive workout.