I noticed that while doing this meditation practice, it was much easier for me to breathe out then it was to breathe in. I also noticed a tightness in my throat when inhaling. I found it a challenge to focus on breathing in and out through my nose alone, without engaging my mouth on the exhale. It took me a while to relax my body and mind. I actually did not feel fully relaxed until I continued breathing after this meditation track had Concluded. However, once I did manage to relax, I found myself yawning on every exhale of this practice. I continue to be amazed by how The simpleact of breathing can calm my mind and body so efficiently.
I will definitely Applied this meditation to my life. My disability, for instance, makes it hard to keep myBreath even and my body still.￼￼￼￼ this is particularly the case when I am overexcited. Knowing how to be curious about whether or not I am breathing evenly, and to be aware of my breathing will help me to speak more clearly even when I am in an excited state. Additionally if I know where I feel tightness during breathing, which this meditation helped me to become aware of, I can learn to relax my body and to alleviate ethical tension. I believe the given time to improve my skills of calming my breathing through this practice I will soon be able to call my buddy in mind .￼ ￼￼￼
Thank you to those who work for this app for teaching me to breathe more calmly. You have reminded me how important it is to focus on being aware of my breath. Thank you for putting this crack together. I am also grateful for the community on this app for taking the time to read this post. I hope everyone involved with this app in any capacity it’s OK, happy, and well.￼￼￼