O mundo está um caos. Essas imagens lindas ajudam a desestressar

Sim, a vida pode ser cansativa muitas vezes. Por isso, nós vamos te ajudar a relaxar!

Por Maria Lúcia Zanutto Atualizado em 19 Maio 2017, 15h10 - Publicado em 19 Maio 2017, 15h03

Falta de tempo, muitos compromissos, excesso de trabalho… O ritmo está realmente muito estressante. Para acalmar os nervos e aliviar a tensão, selecionamos algumas imagens incríveis para você admirar. Bastam alguns minutos e adeus stress.

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Olha só que coisa mais linda os corais da Baía do Sancho vistos de cima! A gente te garante que debaixo d'água é ainda mais bonito: tem mil e um tipo de peixes, tartarugas e um azul que é de tirar o fôlego! 🐟🐠🐢 (📸: @pedropezzin)  #AmoNoronha #TucaNoronha

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Spread your wings angel 💕

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Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival Photograph by @avalon_sunset

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Monkey stole my last banana 🍌

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Our state bird, the Nene with a little bit of romance last night. Sunset in Hanalei.

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Para finalizar o ano com chave de ouro, que tal chamar o seu #caopanheiro para uma caminhada? Assim, você aproveita o dia ao lado dele e, de quebra, elimina os excessos das festas 😉 #atitudeboaforma (📷 @wonderful_earthpix)

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Greece you were amazing…one of my favorite trips yet.

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Fawn Nestled in the Flowers Photo by © @fuzzyfawn #OurPlanetDaily

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"When seeking guidance, don't ever listen to the tiny-hearted. Be kind to them, heap them with blessing, cajole them, but do not follow their advice." (<– might as well have come from my mom.) – Clarissa Pinkola Estés Michigan with Lisa Marie of @teapartyx

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Say cheese 🧀 😝 . . . . #tot #inspiredbyyou #wanderout #awesomelifestyle #huffpostgram #thatsdarling #flashesofdelight #abmlifeiscolorful #livethelittlethings #darlingmovement #thehappynow #pursuepretty #inspiredbyinstyle #colorsplash #livecolorfully #featuremydoxie #sausagedogcentral #dachshundoftheday #dachshundappreciation #parsonrussellsofinstagram #jrt #jackrussellsofig

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Shimmering light touching Colmar ✨ (📷: @kardinalmelon)

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Western Samoa 🌴🌴🌴 Credits ✨@gberds✨

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Feelin' godly ✨@danielwellington x @krabi_welcome x @khongboon_swimwear

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Incredible waterfalls in the Kimberley! Thanks to @odysseyexpeditions! Shame we missed out on being under the water with the rest of the group but this angle was so nice to capture!

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Cutest thing I've ever seen 💦💙

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I'm hereby kindly asking everyone to respect my privacy and to please, please, please: STOP COMING TO MY PRIVATE HOME. There has been several instances lately where I come home to find people lurking around our house, waiting for me or trying to get in through our front gate. I've been through some very weird stuff with this social media circus including getting people's hair sent to me in the mail, receiving love letters from clearly unstable people, threats coming in against Dennis, people grabbing me in the street and we've even had people fly to the island, spend days trying to locate us and then open our front door and walk all the way into our kitchen without even knocking. Just like that. I was in my PJs eating breakfast. That one was a biggie and left me feeling completely unsafe in my own home. We've since installed a security gate, an alarm system and cameras where before we'd never even lock the house. We live in a safe country but after that I didn't feel safe anymore. So far most of these invasions of privacy have been "positive", people wanting to say hi or leave a gift or just excitedly meet me but some have been very scary. Opening @island.yoga is part of wanting to provide a place for people to connect with us, it's a public space where I am intentionally inviting the world to come visit, hang out, practice yoga and spend time. My private home is NOT that. I just came home to a group of people standing outside my house pretending to casually have just passed by, yelling "yoga giiiiiiirl" as they sped away. It's not fucking funny. Please respect my privacy. I know 99% of you wouldn't even think to do something this violating and fully understand why it's freaking me out. To the 1% that think that invading my privacy and showing up at my home is ok because I'm a public person online – it's not. Not even a little bit. Please respect my privacy and connect with me on my terms. Practice with me online, come to a class, join a retreat, do a teacher training. Sharing my teachings is my favorite thing in the world and I welcome every single person looking to connect in that way because I'm inviting it. But don't show up at my house. Thank you

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