Breathing and focusing on the breath distracts me from feeling aggravated. My mind kept going back to thinking about why I'm aggravated but I was able to pull and back to the breath and heartbeat
Hand on heart
Sometimes if your feeling stressed or emotional. Just place your hands over your miracle of a heart and breathe. Whisper to yourself why you ARE beautiful.
A nice, peaceful meditation, perfect for the start of the day. With the hands on the heart and simply breathing quietly for a few minutes, I found such peace.
When the world becomes too much and we feel overwhelmed, placing our hands over our heart and focusing on our breathing can be a great way to ground us back into the present moment.
Sitting in my chair, I laid one hand over the other and placed them on my heart and began to notice my breathing. Each time my mind wandered off into thinking, I gently brought my awareness back to my breath. Giving myself this soothing touch, I became full of love and compassion for myself as well as for everyone else in the world. As I go about my day, I will remember this soothing touch to remain grounded in the present. I will listen to the love and compassion I feel within and allow it to guide me. Namaste 🙏🏻❤️☮️
As I went deeper into the meditation, my heart space began to feel warm and oh so lovely. Im finding that as time goes on during these troubling times, I’m needing to ground more. I’m definitely adding this concept to my grounding activities.
This session was extremely helpful, and even soothing, during a terribly stressful afternoon.
When I putted my hands on my heart , I felt connected to the main and integral part of my body.
The most powerful part was whispering positive things to myself.
Listening to this made me feel like I was at the beach in a very happy place
I felt good to place my hand on my heart and just think of good things I felt at peace with that background
I felt like I calm down more today than ever in my heart was racing from anxiety and nervousness
I had time to enjoy my deep breaths. They often go unnoticed
I learned that I love the sound of fire 😊.
I also learned that I shouldn’t take my sobriety for granted and meditating helps me center myself