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  • Tracking method to know thought was happening was the pass of a techniqueAttunement – dr. danseigel self and social to define self “community is a stress buffer” Group spiral to individual mindfulness
  • Sometimes the previous technique was…- Inspiring for the next Calm Creator to build on it more.- Awful, so the Calm Creator completely changed it. - So good and simple, it just got sent along!
  • Awareness … creates a self regulation of stress Gives you control of your situation. adapt calming to new stressorsPower of suggestion: The suggested calm technique your suggestion BOTH were opportunities for the calm creator to and theComparison with someone else’s suggestion created the most fitting calming technique for the person.
  • What gave people the ability to breath and focus on themselves?
  • Tracking method to know thought was happening was the pass of a techniqueAttunement – dr. danseigel self and social to define self “community is a stress buffer” Group spiral to individual mindfulness
  • Rough draft final calming tech

    1. 1. Creating Your Personal Tool Box of Calming Techniques <br />Stanford University<br />Calming Technology<br />BJ Fogg Spring 2011<br />Elyse’s Marr <br />Calming <br />Techniques<br />
    2. 2. }<br />Health Issues:<br /><ul><li>Obesity
    3. 3. Ulcerations of Stomach Tissues
    4. 4. Hypertension
    5. 5. “call to arms of the body’s defense system” </li></ul>External Factors<br />That induce Stress<br />stress<br />Pressure Buildup<br />Cycles of Stress<br />
    6. 6. }<br />Better Health <br />Tool Box <br />of Calming Techniques<br />External Factors<br />That induce Calm<br />Awareness<br />Pressure Release<br />Cycles of Awareness<br />
    7. 7. Design Challenge:<br />To make people self-aware of their stress levels by having them try new stress reducing techniques through group SMS.<br />
    8. 8. For 3 straight days I received a constant stream of texts from 10 am to 10 pm in the evening.<br />Generated a new Calming Technique every 2 hours among 10 participants. <br />
    9. 9. Technique 4,12,5<br />Technique 1,8,9,14<br />Technique 3,2<br />Pass it On!<br />Technique 11,13<br />Technique 3,4, 5,6<br />Group Effect<br />Technique 1,2, 7,11<br />Technique 9,15<br />
    10. 10. Elyse's Technique # 1: <br />go outside, look at the sky, wait for a bird to pass by.<br />Doreen's Technique # 2: <br />Yes, Saw a bird fly by standing from a sf balcony down the sf bay cannery! Now close your eyes toward the sun and take a deep breath of fresh air.<br />Zhe's Technique # 3: <br />I just had a great day in napa. Pass it on! Go out side and look at the wonders of nature and the different ways humans fill this world. I am about to do that on my drive back with great music<br />Femi Technique #4: <br />Enjoyed listening to acoustic folk music. Pass it. <br />Jen's Technique #5: <br />Did it. Sweet. Pass. It. On. Go stare at the sky for a fill minute. Yup.<br />Will’s Technique # 6: Mission accomplished!<br />Pass on the same thing. Tested and approved. <br />Pass it On!<br />Patrick Couldn’t find the moon that Jen passed on, but saw some stars! Technique # 15: go outside and count the stars! Pass it On!<br />Chain of Calm<br />
    11. 11. Simple Pass<br />Complex Passing<br />
    12. 12. Technique #1 Text Trigger<br />Technique # 2<br />Technique # 3<br />Technique # 4<br />Awareness<br />Does this calm me?<br />This Question is the Smallest Behavior that matters!<br />Individual Effect<br />
    13. 13. Thought Process of Calm Creator When then Receive Text<br />Relaxation is picking the right tool for you. <br />What Calming Tool goes with my current stressor?<br />
    14. 14. Marr Middle Man Principle<br />One degree of separation between users in social platforms removes threat of comparison, yet still channels the positive encouragement, allowing individual personal focus on building unique personal toolkit <br />**Hone your own skills for personal goals, but not be too threatened by other people’s progress. <br />
    15. 15. “I didn’t always do the thing someone texted me to do,<br />but I often did the thing that I suggested them to do”<br />The power of suggestion <br />seeds ideas and leads to more awareness<br />Suggestion showed Choice<br />Choices gives people control.<br />Control gives confidence leading to better ability to cope with external stresses. <br />Surprising Insights<br />
    16. 16. Design: <br />Three days to Sharpen and Restock Calming Tools with the help of 10 peers. <br />Small groups, short trials, focused, digestible. <br />High intensity, high commitment for skill building.<br />Results:<br />86% of the calm techniques were passed, keeping the chain going. <br />Those who broke the chain once, never relapsed, and became full participants. <br />The reminder to reflect on calm is success <br />not the act of doing the technique.<br />Calming <br />techniques<br />
    17. 17. Technique 4,12,5<br />Technique 1,8,9,14<br />Technique 3,2<br />Pass it On!<br />Technique 11,13<br />Technique 3,4, 5,6<br />Group Effect<br />Technique 1,2, 7,11<br />Technique 9,15<br />
    18. 18. Questions?<br />Contact:<br />Elyse Marr<br />elyse.marr@gmail.com<br />Elyse’s Marr <br />Calming <br />Techniques<br />

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