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How To Quickly Relax With Breath-Watching Technique

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Because self hypnosis tends to depend on relaxation, and the scripts often use breathing to foster a state of relaxation and calm, I thought it might be helpful to post a little something from Mind Power Classified about the breath and breathing.


Our mind and breath are attached by special bond or connection, invisible to the normal eye. we need to control only one among the two; control one automatically leads to control on the other.

The Prandharna (learn the technique here) is the method through which we can relax our physical body and our mind. the basic relaxation technique is the big step in our journey to attempt to know our inner world. We have to learn to focus on our breathing to prevent our conscious mind from wandering in to different areas. this method helps you up from inside.

This method requires you to closely note and observe and pay attention to the inflow and outflow of your breathing. You have to take this stance before every relaxation activity that you attempt. Our focus on something "moving" like our breath helps us to focus more than focusing on something stationery as is normally understood.

BENEFITS
  • This method is the first step to reach "alpha" stage.
  • This helps to build a bridge between the conscious and subconscious mind.
  • You learn it live in the "present"-now.
  • It helps you to increase your concentration.
  • It also helps you to get good sleep.
  • It helps you remove stress.

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