Smith’s Breathing Journey – unique breathing meditation
This is a unique breathing experience
A breathing meditation for you to listen to and participate
All you need is a good sound system or just ear phones and of course 1 hour of your time
My objective was to discover something universally applicable and engaging—something that caters to everyone, not just those already immersed in meditation and mindfulness. I sought a daily practice that works swiftly, devoid of limitations concerning health conditions, addressing the specific challenges faced by a significant portion of the global population.
These challenges encompass fears, asthma, panic attacks, sleep disturbances, self-confidence issues, stress, burnout, and the balanced function of both brain hemispheres for optimal decision-making during these trying times. Allow me to introduce Smith’s Breathing Journey.
I recommend committing to this practice for 28 days.
Before embarking on this journey, please note the following considerations. Many individuals attempting this for the first time expect to synchronize with my rhythms and complete the journey successfully. While that’s a commendable goal, consider the following: 👉 It took me years of practice, and most people are not accustomed to breathing in this manner. 👉 Experiencing temperature changes, cold lips, hands, or legs, and sensations like electrical charges and vibrations are normal. 👉 You’re delving into the deepest levels of your being—your breath! 👉 You can’t expect immediate results, just like one wouldn’t in a gym. Treat this as a breathing gym, and let your motivation be to finish the journey in sync with me. 👉 Always listen to your body; if you need to stop for any reason, do so. You can always resume. Keep in mind that some may experience a reverse effect, feeling energized instead of sleepy. This is normal. If you fall into this category, consider practicing during the day or early morning hours. You might also confront fears and resistance to letting go of control; this resistance could impede your progress. Take your time and move through it.
👉 The mind resists change; it’s afraid of it. Persist, and please share your real and honest experiences, whether good, bad, scary, or ecstatic.
ENSURE YOU ARE NOT UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL, DRUGS, OR STRONG MEDICINE. This practice must be done soberly. ALWAYS LISTEN TO YOUR BODY, and remember that you are responsible for yourself.