Breath ... Our Anchor to the Present

June 13, 2017

 

Our body breathes for us from the moment of our birth until the time of our passing. It is a constant companion and can skillfully be used as a way to connect mind and body to the present ... to the moment. Yet, in my work as a Registered Psychologist, patterns of breathing (or holding the breath) can contribute to tension, anxiety and discomfort in both mind and body. The attached article contains some most useful information in reclaiming breathing as an ally in calming, grounding and recapturing a sense of control.

 

http://rbphd.com/Docs/breathingretraining.htm

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