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relaxation in Leisure topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrelaxationre‧lax‧a‧tion /ˌriːlækˈseɪʃən/ ●●○ AWL noun  1 [countable, uncountable]DLREST a way of resting and enjoying yourself I play the piano for relaxation. Meditation allows you to enter a state of deep relaxation.see thesaurus at fun2 [uncountable]STRICT the process of making rules on the control of something less strictrelaxation of a relaxation of government regulations
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relaxationrelaxation techniques, such as meditationrelaxation therapyIn some exceptional cases, a relaxation of green belt restrictions may be justifiable to allow such extensions.Affairs were his favorite means of exercise and relaxation.The energy released can be measured as relaxation time.What do you do for relaxation?Don't be put off if relaxation doesn't seem to work immediately for you.Realizing this will gradually help you to gain confidence to go deeper and deeper into relaxation and experience full benefit from it.Mental imagery, probably one of the oldest relaxation techniques known, can allow you to achieve a relaxation response.Sundays meant a slight relaxation of economies.You should find time for some relaxation every dayThese vacations had nothing whatever to do with relaxation.deep relaxationThe regression itself took place on Joyce's second visit; the first was used to teach her deep relaxation.Meditation often involves deep relaxation, but moves into focusing the thoughts in certain directions.Start the music and record one or two minutes to begin the all-important process of deep relaxation.And indeed, this level of hypnosis lies somewhere between the state of deep relaxation and light meditation.relaxation ofa relaxation of export controls