Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Meditation Breathing – Do You Know the Proper Breathing Techniques For Relaxation?

Are you trying to learn how to meditate or maybe you just want to learn how to really relax at any point during your day? Do you want to know the meditation breathing techniques that masters use to relax whenever they want? There are specific methods to the breathing that they use when it comes to meditation. Here are some tips to help you through your breathing.

1. Find a good focus

The first thing you have to do is find something you can focus on. Breathing itself can be a good focus, but it does not work for everyone. At first, you will want to focus on your breathing so that you can get a good rhythm and make sure you are breathing deep enough, but with meditation breathing you might need to focus on something else. An object that you really like might work best.

2. Meditation breathing from the belly

This is referred to belly breathing and I am mentioning it because it is not difficult to master. However, this is only about half as deep as you can really go. The basic idea is to breath slow and deep concentrating on expanding your belly so that the bottom of your lungs fill up with air first. Then, it will filter up and fill the top of your lungs. You will then expel your breath through your mouth and do it again.

3. Feeling like you are an inner tube

One of my favorite ways to breath when I am trying to meditate is to prepare like my spell is the middle of an inner tube and I have to fill it with air all the way to the bottom of my back. If you can practice this technique for breathing and master the feeling of your back filling up, then you will be able to take some of the most relaxing and deepest breaths you have ever taken.

These are just a few of the tips you can use for breathing while you are meditation to relax at any point in the day. It is amazing how well our bodies respond to good full breaths and you can use them to relax at work, at home, or anywhere you want.



Source by Kevin T. Felton

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