5 Steps To Better Breathing

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As much as we may take breathing in and out for granted, if we’re conscious of our breathing, we can become healthier and happier people! By taking the advice of Jon Paul Crimi, one of the world’s foremost Breathwork specialists, you can decrease your stress, increase your consciousness, and begin to release many of the past traumas that reside deep inside you.

While we normally don’t have to think much about breathing, consciously breathing in a specific manner and with a particular intent can have an enormous effect on your life. In fact, many people find that in just one or two breathwork sessions, they feel better than they have in years, both physically and emotionally.

Here are 5 tips to help you with your own breathwork:

    1. Open Mouth Breathing – Most people are used to breathing in through the nose, and out through the mouth, when doing any kind of conscious breathing. But breathing in through an open mouth can help you breathe deeper, and receive more oxygen into your bloodstream.
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    2. Breathe Completely– For the most effective, deep-healing breaths, breath down into your diaphragm (your belly area), and after filling up that area, breath more into your chest. When both areas are full of air, don’t forcefully exhale it out. Rather, simply let the air exit your lungs naturally. Exhale from your chest first, then from your belly.
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    3. No Pausing -In many breathwork techniques, you pause in-between breaths, or after inhaling. Circular breathing means no pausing, but continually and naturally expanding your lungs and then allowing them to empty. Immediately upon finishing an exhale, begin to inhale again.
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    4. Watch Your Posture – Slumping decreases the amount of air you bring into your lungs, so be aware of correct posture when practicing breathwork. Sometimes, lying on the floor is a more effective way to begin deep breathing as it is usually more comfortable than sitting up straight. Whatever you do, make sure that you’re not straining or uncomfortable.
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    5. Practice – Deep, circular breathwork is something most people must learn. So be aware that while it might not come naturally to you, that doesn’t mean that you can’t obtain the myriad benefits that come with learning the correct techniques. Allow yourself the time and space to practice breathwork in a place where you’re not distracted and feel safe. Turn off your phone, and put on relaxing music. Give yourself the best chance to make breathwork a part of your life, and you’ll reap the rewards!

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