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The Most Relaxing Video You’ll Ever Watch

25th May 2015

The Most Relaxing Video You'll Ever Watch

We’ve long been told that staring at a screen is bad for your health. In our collective quest to find peace, balance and reduce our stress levels, the first thing we’ve done is put down the phone and turned off the telly. But what if the world’s leading authorities on wellness, mindfulness, music therapy and more could harness the power this audiovisual medium to create something truly relaxing? Well, that’s exactly what we’ve got for you here; the most relaxing movie in the world. At seven minutes long, this video – actually created to promote an idyllic corner of Denmark – lulls you into the most incredibly relaxed state, so much so, you’ll find yourself feeling rather floaty long after it’s finished.

Here Visit Denmark hopes to attract wellness enthusiasts to stop what they’re doing and head straight for Zealand, not to be confused with New Zealand.

Word on the street suggests that the video makers have stayed away from CGI effects; it’s all as real as if you were there yourself. So chilled is this video, it might have saved you the cost of the flights to Denmark entirely. Oops!

The World’s Most Relaxing Film will make you relax in just 7-minutes. It has been recorded based on the advice of experts from the fields of stress, mindfulness, nature therapy, medicine and music therapy. The film was recorded on the West Coast of Zealand (Sj’llands Vestkyst), in Denmark. Watch the 2-minute story behind the film here:?


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