Living on Purpose

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    The Power of the Breath

    Without changing anything, just listen and watch your breathing.                                                           How are you breathing?                                                                                                                                   Maybe rapid, slow, rythmic, deep or shallow?                                                                                                        If you change that on purpose, how do you feel?                                                                                              

    We can change our breath to change our mood, emotion, feelings and health:                                          Play with the breath to see where you are most comfortable: Try breathing through the nose, both in and out: long slow inhales with even longer exhales - how does that feel? When we hyperventilate or breathe rapidly.  we oxygenate our bodies, which helps us heal and feel 'alive'.

    When we count our breath in and out: For example: In,2,3,4 Hold 2,3,4, Out 2,3,4,5,6,7, we create rythms and our brain slows down and the mental chatter can find its peace. When we meditate, we focus on our breath to find silence and use our breath to enter into a deep state of relaxation.

    Belly breathing might sound a bit strange, but this is a natural way to breathe: As you breathe in rather than raising your shoulders, breathe deep into your lower abdomen and gently and softly push it out, then when you breathe out gently and softly pull your lower abdomen in. This becomes quite natural again after a little practice. Be gentle with yourself at all timesand gain clinical advice if you have any respiritory concerns

    Living on Purpose - Breathing on Purpose. Exploring your Capacity 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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