get out take a walk, deep breathing, focus that negative energy quickly into something that opens your mind and lets it out.
Creativity cannot be forced.
Relaxation Breathing Practice
* Be aware of your current breathing pattern and learn how to change your breathing rate from fast, shallow chest breathing to slow, abdominal breathing.
* Focus on your breath while you place one hand on your chest, the other over your navel. Imagine there is a balloon in your abdomen. As you take a slow, deep breath, focus on inflating the balloon in your abdomen. You will notice that your abdomen will rise much more than your chest. As you exhale, just let your abdomen fall naturally.
* The goal is to learn how to breathe at 6 breaths a minute, about 3 or 4 seconds inhaling and 6 or 7 seconds exhaling. Once you have the slow, deep breathing accomplished, don’t worry about counting and imagine breathing out any tension in the body or thoughts that get in the way of comfort and relaxation.
* If it helps, you can imagine a spot located on your abdomen, just below your navel. Breathe into and through that spot, filling your abdomen with air, allowing it to expand. Imagine the air filling you inside from your abdomen, and then let it out, like deflating a balloon. With every long, slow breath out, you should feel more relaxed.
Try this exercise that incorporates a few different relaxation techniques:
* Begin by interrupting your normal daily thoughts. Think about what is going on around you. Then switch your thoughts to yourself and your breathing. Take a few deep breaths, exhaling slowly.
* Mentally scan your body. Notice areas that feel tense or cramped, such as your neck or shoulders. Loosen up these areas. Let go of as much tension as you can.
* Slowly rotate your head to the left in a smooth, circular motion, leaning your left ear to your left shoulder. Rotate your head to the right in a smooth, circular motion, leaning your right ear to your right shoulder. (Stop any movements that cause pain.)
* Roll your shoulders forward and backward several times. Let all of your muscles completely relax.
* Recall and focus on a pleasant memory.
* Take another deep breath and exhale slowly. You should feel more relaxed.
Have ya tried turning off the pc? That may help.
Listen to music, nothing works better than this for me, it's the only thing that can change my mood. I like listening to A State of Trance cause the music is usually really good and I can always just grab a new episode if I'm sick of the old ones.