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Where Does Your Breath Live?

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Hilary Jackendoff
Yoga Nidra, Meditation, & Sleep Expert
This simple witnessing meditation will help sensitize you to where your breath flows in your body. Developing an awareness of the natural breath is a key component in learning how to settle yourself for meditation.
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11 reflections
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Tiffany
Today is the day
That my life begins to move forward. I am hopeful it will be filled with fun, laughter, joy, and happiness. I also know it could include tears, heartbreak, and sorrow. So I am doing my best to balance hope with reality, dreams with circumstances, and faith with compassion. Wish me luck, pray often, and keep hoping & dreaming!
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Kellee
Travel Day 10-17-17
Breathing is such a focused, integral part in meditating; I learned to keep my mind where it needed to be.
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Darrel
First time using the aura app after work
First time hearing about owning my breath, great take away and I was stressed now I feel like the F5 refresh button was pressed. 3 min conscious breathing is a game changer today.
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linda
Swimming in my body
My deep breathe, with my Awareness I saw me swimming in my body! Seeing my breathe,feeling it was Amazing!! Life changing 👣a new path!!
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Jenn
Winderful
A lovely Monday morning meditation to start the week off fresh, new and ready to take on the week!
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Paige
Breathe
I am such a chest breather... bringing awareness to my breath, really helps me remember to breath through my stomach.
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Ron
Take time
Take the time to be aware, even when I feel I don’t have the time.
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Jeffrey
Breathi
You can take ownership of your breath and how it can affect your entire body.
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Delaney
Breath
I learned that it’s important to take time to focus on yourself, even if just for a few minutes.
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Alyssa
1/4/18
I learned that for me, an anxious mind can be calmed down simply by deep breathing and focusing on the breath.
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Sarah
1/5/18
It feels good to meditate after a harsh day. I need to be more aware of my breathing and not go to auto pilot mode.