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Prof Mode: Relaxing Vines To Calm Your Nerves

Prof Mode: Relaxing Vines To Calm Your Nerves

( Taken from BuzzFeed )

Having one of those days where you feel like this ferret in a trashcan fighting a plastic bag? It happens. Just put on your headphones, turn the volume up, switch off the lights, watch these and let it all melt away.

Watch this pug getting a belly rub.

Now this sheet blowing in the wind.

Imagine this wave crashing over you.

Listen to the sound of raindrops on a bedroom window.

Now to this cat purring like a robot maniac.

Stare at this fire for a while.

Now imagine you’re this bulldog romping in a leaf pile. You may need to watch this several times.

Listen and watch these gentle waves lapping onto a pebbly beach.

Look at the wind chime but listen for the birds chirping in the background.

Look at this waterfall.

Watch this bird fly over the waves. So free. Fly little cormorant, fly.

Stare at this fan for as long as needed.

Say hello to these fluffy lil clouds, like a big pile of mashed potatoes in the sky.

Look at this sunrise over these hills. Life can’t be so bad, right?

Repeat as necessary until all the bad goes away.


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