Breathing

The Latin word for "breath" is spiritus. The word spirituality orginated from the merge of spiritus with the the concept of enthusiasm, from the Greek enthousiasmos, which means "the god within." The result was a word that captured the dynamic process of divine inspiration, spiritual, "the breath of the god within."


Through the doorway of Pure Energy Resolution™, the New Breath™ is waiting for each and every one of us. The Collective has assured us that as we sit inside of this Breath and feel it breathing us, we are Being breathed.


Doing Breath is where we begin as a human. Being breathed by the New Breath™ is a result of Mastery. Being held, caressed and transformed comes as a result of allowing New Breath™ to live and flow through each person. A moment at a time, a breath at a time is the path chosen and lived by the Master.


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How to Breathe

1. Lie on your back preferably on something soft and cover with a light coverlet. Bend your knees and move your feet about eight inches apart. Point your toes upward. Let your spine relax straight.
2. Scan your body for tension. As best you can let your body melt into what you are lying on.
3. Bring attention to your breathing and place your hand on the area where your navel resides. Inhale and exhale. Notice if you are breathing into your upper chest, or is the abdomen truly moving. People who are nervous will breathe short, shallow breaths in their upper chest.
4. Place both of your hands gently on the abdomen. Inhale slowly and deeply through the nose into this area. Notice how your abdomen rises and falls with each inhalation. Your chest should move only the slightest amount, if not at all.
5. Continue to inhale through your nose and exhaling through your nose or mouth. This is as simple and effortless as a baby breathes.
6. Breathe for about five or ten minutes, once or twice a day. You can also breathe into your abdomen while standing, driving or walking. After a couple of weeks of gently practicing this program you can increase any of these practices to longer periods of time.
7. At the end of each breathing session scan your body once again. At the conclusion of the exercise notice/compare how you feel now with how you felt at the beginning.
8. When you allow this program to become the new way you breathe for life, you will begin to notice how much more relaxed your body and you become.