My last blog focused on Movement meditation - Meditation Series - Part 10 - Techniques For Practise Of Common Types Of Meditation - Movement Meditation. Both Movement meditation and Breath Control meditation, can function as a support meditation technique to assist one to have greater success while practising other meditation techniques.
When we are relaxed our heart rate is generally slower, and so is our breath.
If we take the time to control our breath, we may have some influence over our thoughts and our emotions also.
Regular practise of controlling the depth of our in and out breath and the speed at which we do it can assist in reaching a more relaxed and sill place within. Deep, slow breath in and out, where the chest expands and contracts slowly are what you are aiming for.
There are many benefits of Breathing Control meditation. For general techniques on meditation, click Meditation Series - Part 3 - Meditation Techniques.
The next instalment of this Meditation Series will be; Meditation Series - Part 12 - Techniques For Practise Of Common Types Of Meditation - Postures
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Kylie Dowles, of Complete Vibrational Therapies, has a Diploma of Metaphysics and is qualified in meditation.
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