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Finding stability in an unstable world

Dec 29, 2021

One antidote is to simply let the breath guide us into stability. Sit like a strong mountain inhaling and exhaling slowly for five minutes.


Sitting upright like a mountain in the midst of instability.
Southern Colorado 190820

 

Over time as you focus and cultivate your practice increase the breathwork from five minutes once a day to five minutes three times a day.

As you cultivate this skill your mind and body will engage in calmness and relaxation. It is truly common to feel the stability of a mountain as you continue to practice. Your thoughts will slow down and retire to the back plateau of your mind.

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