Perhaps the easiest way to be awake and aware in your life is to be attentive to your breath; to be in the present moment; to witness and experience what "is". Please join me for a mindfulness meditation holding attention onto your breath - in 'now', to be attentive, aware, and awake. Using a simple technique, discover how to bring your attention into the present moment whenever you notice you are not present - to easily return to 'now' -to live aware and awake.
My breath is always there as a “lasso” to bring me back to the present moment. This morning my mind was racing with “to dos” and concerns so I was easily distracted. My breath and brain were playing tug-a- war.
A Meditation for Awakening
My breath is always there for me acting as a lasso it brings me back to the present moment. This morning my thoughts were racing with to dos and concerns. My brain and breath were playing tug-a-war.
I can control my mind and body. I am aware of things around me and my well beung
With each breath,
With each breath be in the present moment. That feels so free.
I need to be more mindful of the present. I sometimes replay memories is my head of the past and what I could’ve done better. I need to come to terms with what is and let go.
It is hard to focus in on yourself and the present moment but an easy way to calm my thoughts down is focus on my breathing.
Focusing on yourself really does help with waking up. The rise and fall of your breath is a good place to focus on.
Be in the present moment
Love yourself to be able to breathe. Once you focus inward everything falls into place.
Even with a distracted mind, three minutes of deep breathing completely refocuses my day.
But I learned to stay focused and stay positive on what I was trying to have my mind set on
I am learning to use my breathing to bring myself back to the present moment. It is always a struggle, since my mind seems to think it needs the time to ponder and relive things.