Are you breathing the Long Deep Breathing technique? This is so helpful for your health and helps you to be calm and also to make your mind clear and centered. What I hear a lot from some of my yoga students, especially in the beginning, is that they find it difficult to come into the flow of the long deep breath. That´s what I love with this meditation I´m going to share with you today, that it really helps you to connect with the long deep breath. Not only that, it´s very helpful to increase your calmness and a sense of peace. So try this meditation to come in that state of peace! ☮
Sit comfortable in easy pose or on a chair. You can also lie down if you want to. If you sit, sit with your spine erect. Relax your shoulder and close your eyes. focus in your third eye ponit (inbetween your eye brows).
If you find it difficult in the beginning you can try to start with 6-10 seconds each segment.
Breathe in this pattern for 3-11 minutes (or longer).
I´d love to hear from you so comment below and tell me how it works for you or if you have any questions!
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Helen Kåselöv is a yoga teacher and yoga therapist and the founder of Healing from within with yoga & food (former Yoga for Endometriosis & Pelvic pain). Helen has a history of severe endometriosis and is today helping women with endometriosis, PCOS, uterine fibroids and other pelvic pain online, with yoga, nutrition and other lifestyle changes. Using yoga both as a tool in different kinds of healing programs, pain management, yoga has become the foundation in her work. “Yoga can help you in so many ways: Physically, mentally, spiritually and as a personal development tool.”