Don’t we get stressed every day for something or other? (1). We wish to practice some stress relieving technique but very few of us even begin doing it and most among them drop out for  reasons liking not inclined to stretch, exercise or sit still. Are you looking for a practice that does not demand time, posture or movement but still delivers results, day after day (2)? ‘Focusing on breathing” is just that dream practice (3)!

Believe it or not, simply ‘focusing on breathing’ instantly stops stress from arising and over time, dissolves even the accumulated stress.

Whenever you ‘focus on breathing’, stressful thoughts are dramatically reduced, the mind is calmed  and the body automatically relaxes. Test the ‘Tip mode’ on two hands now with your eyes closed (4). Did you notice that hardly any thought stayed in your mind during the practice? Don’t you feel a little calm and relaxed?

If this brief experience makes sense, begin ‘Focus on your breathing’ at bedtime (5). You will fall asleep sooner, have lesser interruptions, sleep longer and feel more refreshed on waking up. You will be hooked!

Waking up and daytime: ‘Focus on your breathing’ as soon as you wake up in the morning, still in the bed, keeping the eyes closed (6). Your sleepiness gradually goes, you feel refreshed and eager to take on the day’s challenges. In a few weeks, you will feel less stressed at home and work. Blend ‘Focus on breathing’ into your daytime activities and gain surprising benefits for mind, body and relationships  (7). In a few months, ‘Focusing on breathing’ becomes spontaneous. Whenever your mind becomes idle, it focuses on breathing by itself instead of ruminating over the past incidents or worrying over the future things that may not happen. Your will surf over the waves of stress with a cool mind.

Endorsed by Doctors, Scientists and other Professionals (8)

Why do doctors and dentists tell their patients to ‘keep breathing’ or ‘take a deep breath’? (9). Because they find many people not breathing normally, affecting the healthy functioning of the body and mind. How is this simple practice so powerful? (10).

Who said Meditation is difficult? 

The unconventional style of beginning the practice at bedtime is an effortless and resistance free back door entry into the otherwise daunting house of meditation (11). Its goal is to easily begin, sustain the practice of meditation and enjoy its benefits every night and day (2).

(1) Stress – Its Causes, Effects and Solutions
(2) Benefits for Mind, Body and Relationships (A to W)   Sample testimonials
(3) How can I focus on breathing?
Practitioners’s comments: Moronically simple, yet works like a charm     I struck gold in counting breaths     This meditation has saved my life    “Wonderful portable relaxation technique to help detach from daily stresses.” Jane
(4) Tip mode
(5) Waiting for sleep       How to enjoy quality sleep and conquer insomnia by ‘Focusing on breathing’
(6) Waking up routine
(7) Daytime practice
(8) Professional endorsements
(9) Health professionals advising on Breathing
(10) How is ‘focusing on breathing’ so powerful?
(11) Who said Meditation is difficult?

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