Breathing Meditation: Focus on your breathing and let go
Here you will find a group of meditations that focus on your breath by using different meditation breathing techniques. Even if you are getting started in meditation, I strongly recommend you experience one of these since they are super easy to do.
You can focus in this way and meditate by changing or observing how the air goes in and out. A breathing meditation enhances your life and focuses on the fact that you have clean oxygen to breathe and to breathe properly.
Find a complete sense of peace as you let yourself go, after all, oxygen gives us life, so we should take it properly. Furthermore, reducing your stimuli just around your breathing will help your consciousness to take a small but powerful reboot.
Did you know that breathing meditations are great for stress?
These are very simple meditations; most of them are short and easy to do at any time of the day. These are ideal if you are under a lot of stress and cannot relax, yielding a fantastic stress-reduction meditation experience.
Focusing on your lungs will bring back that feeling of peace you love. You need to follow my voice and focus on how the air goes in and out. You will find yourself calm again as you return your body to its natural state.
From here, your physical body will enter a state of healing and restoration. Your body indeed heals itself the fastest when sleeping, however, we can focus on promoting this self-healing when you slow down and focus on your breathing.
Balanced Breathing Meditation
Maybe because of how much abundance we have, we tend to take stuff for granted, especially if we don’t have to be physically involved—for example, breathing. We are constantly breathing, even if we don’t think about it. However, as with everything in life, if you focus on something, you get a lot more out of it, and breathing is no less.
If your breathing rhythm is correct, you will nurture your physical body, including your brain. This will promote good blood flow oxygenating your physical body, as well as promoting a healthier brain function. You can back this information with this report from the National Library of Medicine. You only need time and focus.
A guided breathing meditation will promote proper breathing by following the instructions. You can find a good 5 to 10 minutes to delve into a journey that improves your health. Reaching a state of balance will make you feel better, more confident, and focused, getting the most out of your day.
The Power of Breath Awareness for Stress Relief
Do you know how much power breathing has over stress? Let’s go back to the basics. Do you know what stress is? No more than a fight or flight response from stimuli in life. During a negative stimulus, this mechanism triggers to create a reaction where cortisol levels rise and the breathing rhythm accelerates to provide more oxygen to your heart and muscles.
A potential problem at work is no less than a deer running away from the wolf. If you suffer from stress, is because you are reacting to a negative or difficult situation that is potentially overwhelming you. However, the situation is not the same, and sometimes, this “runaway” can last for months, even years.
The deer needs to run away or will lose its life, however, you can’t make the problem go away by feeling stress, so you must tell your body to stop it. A fantastic way is a breathing meditation for anxiety because the way to tell back your fight or flight is through your breathing. By controlling your breathing, you regain control of the situation. Once you do, your heart rate will slow down, and cortisol levels will reduce, making you feel better.
A lot of times, little, quick, and easy solutions can solve the biggest of the problems. If you are feeling uneasy, start focusing on your breathing while you get ready to listen to a breathing meditation here. With conscious breathwork, you will learn how to block stress and as soon as it starts to build up, you will bring it back down.
If you focus on your breathing, and take a moment to feel how air comes in and out of your body, you will already feel a little better. One reason that a deep breathing meditation is so powerful is that you are telling your body “Okay, you can take a break.”
Most likely you enjoy coffee, and especially a coffee break from work. Perhaps the coffee plays a key factor (it shouldn’t though,) but the fact of stopping your work and focusing on something else is the main foundation. When you focus on your breathing, your consciousness goes back to centering yourself, discarding everything else, and unwinding.
Think of a gentle reboot to a device (versus a hard reboot.) Your body appreciates having a little break during “work hours” (the time you are awake). Simply halting for a couple minutes, and focusing on a breath-centered relaxation moment will help your body and mind profoundly.
Experience a Powerful Guided Meditation with Fer
Firstly, every person who tries a guided breathing meditation has a fabulous experience. Hence, super easy-to-do guided meditations filled with love, light, and beautiful intentions for you to get the most out of them.
Therefore, please, remember that you only need to set clear intentions before starting guided meditations, and then let go completely and allow yourself to have. Finally, don’t forget you will fill your existence with highly positive energies!
So do not wait any longer!
If you want to experience a life-transforming guided meditation, this is your opportunity. If you have never heard my voice, I invite you to do so in the video below:
I am pretty positive you will find my voice soothing, and relaxing. You only need to let go completely, and you will meet with the light you seek.
Let’s meditate together now! Lots of light!