I’m pretty sure that most of you have experienced this feeling before.

It’s like when you see a beautiful sunset, and you know that you can’t get your eyes out of it.

But it’s the feeling that you have when you are walking through a crowded shopping mall.

You are walking along the street, and suddenly your eyes pop open, and your head feels like it is swimming in a lake of water. 

I’m not trying to be mean to anyone here, and I am not claiming that this is the most exciting feeling in the world.

But that’s a subjective thing.

It may be the most rewarding feeling in a lifetime, but you may never get it back.

The escalator in the mall is no exception.

In order to get from point A to point B, you must first traverse a huge corridor, and then follow a ramp.

At this point, it is pretty obvious that you will not get anywhere by following the ramp.

There are no signs of life along the way, and as the escalator goes higher and higher, you feel as though your body is going to give up and you are going to drown. 

So how do you stop this feeling of death and drown? 

It’s easy to get a bit carried away here.

Let’s assume that your heart rate is a bit high, and that you are sweating.

You might feel dizzy, you might have trouble concentrating, or your muscles may feel weak.

What you should do is not be discouraged, because this is normal.

We all have those times where we can’t concentrate or we feel weak, or we can actually feel a little bit dizzy.

We just have to calm down. 

But the key here is to let your body and mind be able to work together, and this is not something you should try to do on its own.

If you can focus on calming your body down, then you can actually keep yourself from drowning.

So when you feel dizziness, if you are having trouble concentrating on a task, or you feel tired, or have some other mental or physical problem, just let your mind be at ease.

The more you can let your thoughts and your thoughts alone, the more you will be able to stay afloat. 

If you feel weak or have a sore throat, just breathe through your nose.

This will keep your throat and your stomach from hurting.

If your eyes start to hurt, just move them back in order to be in the optimal position. 

You might be able, if not, but I guarantee you that you’ll feel a lot better if you just take your time and breathe.

You have been warned. 

Here is a video that will teach you how to stop the escalators from sinking and drowning in a mall.