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BREATHING EXERCISE TO CALM AND GROUND

Posted on 5 February, 2020 at 21:00



I created this breathing exercise for when we are feeling anxious, stressed, when the mind is racing or we feel ungrounded or disconnected.  It only takes a few minutes and will change your state to calm, clear, relaxed and grounded very easily.  Enjoy!


Close your eyes

Place your hands on your stomach.

Focus on the feeling of the warmth of your hands on your stomach.

Focus on breathing into your stomach

Take three deep breaths

As you are breathing in, think 'I am breathing in calm, peace and energy'. As you breathe out, think 'I am breathing out stress, anxiety and tensions'

Place your hands on your belly. Focus on the feeling of the warmth of your hands on your belly

Focus on breathing into your belly

Take three deep breaths

As you are breathing in, think 'I am breathing in calm, peace and energy'. As you breathe out, think 'I am breathing out stress, anxiety and tensions'

For the third, place your hands on your knees and focus on the feeling of your feet on the floor

Take three deep breaths

As you are breathing in, think 'I am breathing in calm, peace and energy'. As you breathe out, think 'I am breathing out stress, anxiety and tensions'

Then focus your attention into the centre of the Earth.

Send roots out of your feet, down through the Earth to the molten centre of the Earth.

Take three deep breaths

As you are breathing in, think 'I am breathing in calm, peace and energy'. As you breathe out, think 'I am grounded, connected and centred into Mother Earth'

When you've finished, open your eyes and look straight in front of you at something to bring yourself back to the present.


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