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Guided Breathing Meditation Audio Lecture

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Relax your body, calm your mind, and soothe your spirit with this Guided Breathing Meditation Audio Lecture mp3 Download. Practicing meditation can help with greater mental clarity, resetting, and rebalancing every system in your body. It has a profound, rich, and calming effect, promoting feelings of peace and a sense of awareness. This guided meditation lecture for ‘The Relaxed Breath’ will enable you to connect with your body reducing stress and tension, allowing you to reach a calmer state of mind. Every system in the body relies on oxygen. By mindfully breathing slower and more deeply, it increases the supply of oxygen to your brain and stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, promoting an overall state of calmness in the body. We are often under daily stresses in our day-to-day lives, experiencing difficulties at the workplace, being stuck in traffic, or experience relationship problems with those around us. This creates many health problems, such as high blood pressure, which is a major risk for heart disease. Stress further suppresses the immune system, which increases susceptibility to other illnesses, further contributing to anxiety and depression. We are unable to avoid all stresses in life, however, we can develop healthier ways and habits of responding to them. One of the many ways is to evoke a relaxation response by following a practice of deep breathing, also commonly known by the names of diaphragmatic, abdominal, or paced respiration. Deep abdominal breathing encourages full oxygen flow, slowing down the heartbeat, and stabilising blood pressure. This practice will help you to concentrate on slow, deep breaths, allowing you to disengage from any distracting thoughts and sensations. Sitting in an upright posture with your spine lengthened and eyes closed, you will learn how to breathe in a way that will teach you how to better respond to stress that is often inevitable. The deep breathing practice also entails counting the breaths which tap into the brain’s emotional control regions. It acts as a strength-building exercise for the mind, gradually increasing your concentration power. Deep breathing can not only provide you with a greater sense of mental clarity, but it can also aid sleep problems, improve digestion, and increase one’s perceptual ability and motor performance. This meditation practice will guide you into a blissful state of relaxation and rest, slowing down the body and mind. Regular practice can help to reduce everyday anxiety and stress, improve your sleep, energise your body and mood, and ultimately improve your overall health and wellbeing. So breathe in, and may you find stillness within.

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