Mindful Living with One-Minute Breath Meditation

Start a transformative journey with the accessible One-Minute Breath. Ideal for beginners, this practice promises a mindful start to the year, fostering inner balance and self-discovery.

Posture: First, make yourself very comfortable. Sit in a meditation position, such as sitting cross-legged with your spine straight. Be very still during this exercise.

Mudra (hand position): Your hands rest relaxed on your knees. The palms can face up or down - choose whichever feels more comfortable for you.

Breathing: Deepen your breathing and breathe very consciously. The breath flows first into the lower abdomen and then into the upper breathing spaces. Now slowly breathe in deeply and hold your breath without straining for 10-20 seconds. Then breathe out slowly for 10-20 seconds. Gently return to inhaling and start again. The intervals between inhalation, pause and exhalation should be even.

Time: If you've never done this exercise before, it might be challenging at first. Then start by inhaling for 5-10 seconds, hold for 5-10 seconds and then exhale for 5-10 seconds. Take a few days and slowly increase the distances. If you feel dizzy while doing this, please take a break immediately.
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