WHY IS BREATH S0 IMP0RTANT?
Our breathing affects the way we feel and vice versa. The way we feel, influences our behaviour and our attitudes. The way we inhale reflects the way we take life in. The way we exhale reflects the way we let go or not. Our breath mirrors our relationship with our world. The intention of “the conscious connected breath” is to create an open and relaxed relationship with breathing and so transforming our life.
We keep the inhalation and exhalation connected at the top and at the bottom, creating the conscious connected breath. It is also an opportunity to re-link with the universe, as an affirmation of our willingness to be fully alive, to belong, to be here and now, fully present deserving all we desire (Inhalation), and the willingness to let go with ease (Exhalation) This breath has many effects. One of them is to oxygenate the cells that have carried some of our selfimposed limiting decisions. When the oxygen meets these areas they are perceived as obstacles – it creates physical reactions: new rhythm of pulsation, difference of temperature, tightness, numbness or tingling. We observe and listen to the body, getting the answers from our inner knowing and our very own cells.