Guided Meditation Treks | Healing Breathwork

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Healing Breathwork

by Guided Meditation Treks

Practice pranayama healing breathwork, a powerful active meditation that creates physical changes in your body and mind by nourishing them with oxygen and taking your consciousness from your head to your heart.
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1. Introduction
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2. Stepping into Your Power
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3. Grieving and Celebrating a Loss
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4. Healing Sexual Abuse
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Welcome to the Healing Breathwork series from Guided Meditation Treks. These treks are a little different than traditional guided meditations because they are less focused on visualization or awareness and instead focused on an active breathing practice. The meditations in this volume are considered “active meditations” because you will be actively controlling your breathing to follow a certain pattern as you meditate. Breathwork does include work on your part, but the benefits of this type of meditation can be much more immediate and powerful than simple mindfulness or visualization exercises.

With this practice, it is not uncommon to have major emotional releases, sensations of vibrations, out of body experiences, clairaudience, or other phenomenon. You might have the urge to cry, yell, or express in some other ways that might surprise you, so don’t hold back your expression – let it flow. This type of breathwork is transformative, and this expression can be part of the process.

From a scientific standpoint, this type of pranayama breathing practice results in increasing oxygen and reducing carbon dioxide in your bloodstream. The result is that your attention moves away from the thoughts cycling in your head and brain and into the feelings and emotions of your heart center as your cells are bathed in the oxygen flowing in and out of the lungs. Breathwork is a great way to help you open your heart center, and at the same time, it helps you to get out of the infinite loop of thoughts swirling in your mind. This allows you to approach the world and its challenges by feeling with your heart in the moment instead of thinking about it and over analyzing, like we're doing right now.

All of these meditations are meant to be done lying flat on your back on the floor. You can lie on a carpet, a bed, or a yoga mat, but it is recommended that you do not use a pillow so your back and neck remain straight, allowing for the free-flow of air through your throat. Close your eyes or use an eye pillow so you can turn within.

This is a meditation meant to be done in the solitude of a quiet place, alone or with someone holding space for you. To make the experience even more powerful, you may want to make it a ceremony by burning sage or incense to clear the space or set the space before and/or after your meditation. You might use essential oils as tools to move energy as well. You can also bring crystals into your practice and even setup a crystal grid if you see fit, but this is all optional… the breath will do most of the work for you. It is recommended to write down your intention before you start to solidify it in the physical plane, and also journal about your experience after each meditation to get even more out of the experience, but even this is not required.

During all of the meditations in this volume, you are instructed to perform the same breathing sequence. All of the breath is done through an open mouth, and the breath is in three stages with two inhalations and one large exhalation.

The first inhalation goes through your mouth into your lower belly. When you inhale this first breath, your lower belly should rise. The second inhalation goes through your mouth into your upper chest. When you inhale this second breath, your chest should rise. Then, the final stage is a full exhalation through the mouth. You simply repeat this process for the entire meditation as I guide you through it. Your only focus through the entire meditation is to keep breathing and move as much air as possible; always through the mouth, not the nose.

Each of the tracks has a breathing track behind it to remind you to always keep breathing in this way through the entire exercise without stopping. It can literally feel like work at at times, especially in the first 5 minutes of each exercise, but the effort you put into it will create results that might not otherwise be possible without your intention and willingness to do the work. Also, after the first minute or so, it gets easier, especially when you start to feel the immediate results.

One final concept to note about these meditations is that each one has suggested affirmations for you to say during your meditation to help you during your process of healing. It is important to recognize that healing is a process, and based on where you are in your healing process, you may or may not be ready to state a given affirmation. Of course, saying an affirmation can help you heal, even though it is uncomfortable at first. Affirmations can help us break through blockages. On the other hand, you may not be ready yet to say a specific affirmation because of where you are in your healing process. Feel free to skip any of these affirmations and just focus on the breathing if you need to. You can always do the meditation later after you’ve progressed in your healing and say a given affirmation then. It’s totally up to you because your healing process is your own.

If you perform them with diligence and intention, you will see and feel results. Even doing one of the meditations one time can have a profound life-changing effect. This technique gives the most evident effects in the shortest amount of time, so it is a good technique for those of us with a modern fast-paced lifestyle who seek immediate results. It is also a great meditation for those of us with active minds because it forces us to focus our mind on the process of the 3-stage breath. ~ Guided Meditation Treks



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