Good Posture-The Happy Attitude

We move, play, work, and eat within the environment surrounded by its elements such as smell, sound, light, and wind. In each daily activity of ours, we live and relate with the environment by touching, interacting, listening, speaking, and tasting. Posture is a central position of the body which enables us to interact with the environment.
We can distiguish happy people and grumpy people in the same environment. In many cases, happy people have upright postures, and grumpy people have slouching, drooping postures. It may look as if their moods reflect on their postures, however, it could be the other way around. Our receptors such as eyes, ears, noses, and mouths are on our faces in order to receive information from the environment. We have easier access to environmental information when the head is facing forward and this lets us adjust our mood quicker. Which one do you find easier to approach, a person with good posture whose face is looking up and straight, or one with bad posture whose face is looking down with the head and shoulders tucked? Which one do you prefer to have a chat with? Which person do you think you want to create a relationship with? Most of us would talk to the person with good posture. Posture can make a difference in terms of both quantity and quality of information from others and in our social connection. Good posture makes you happy. When you learn to listen what your own body is telling you, Happy Posture is yours.

How to use your p!nto : Happy Posture
Place your p!nto on a chair. Sit back in your seat, as you press your buttocks lightly on your p!nto.
Once you feel your p!nto forming, straighten up your back touching against your p!nto.
Let’s see if you can feel the support on your back, hips, ribs and thighs as you sway your body from side to side. Keep swinging gently and relax. Now you can sit properly with your back relaxed.
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