The OM Collective: Find Your Calm

Guided Meditation For Stress: Connecting With The Space Between The Breath

April 3, 2022

Today we'll be practising a meditation called the breathing space – where we linger within the sacred and nurturing space between the breath to connect with stillness and release stress.  it's a simple practise you can use anytime you feel overwhelmed or stressed and feel the need for a reset

The breath is our sanctuary – it anchors us and calms us. And the space in-between the breath is a beautiful space and sanctuary to rest and reside – especially when things get tough.

I personally love the breath meditations because we are not asking the mind to quieten – instead, we just focus on the breath.  We are giving the mind a distraction or something to focus on.

In these breathing meditations, there is a moment where the mind becomes anchored within the breath yet at the same time there's an opportunity to really experience a deep sense of calm and stillness.

For today’s meditation, you're going to need something comfortable to sit on or lay down on. I have a meditation cushion and a blanket but if you just have a cushion or a chair that is ok. Or alternatively lay on your bed or yoga mat.

Start by coming into a comfortable seated or laying down position with a tall straight spine.

I will give you a moment to settle in. From my heart to yours! I hope you enjoy today’s practice.

 

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DO NOT DRIVE OR OPERATE MACHINERY WHILST LISTENING TO RELAXATION AND MEDITATION MUSIC, BINAURAL BEATS OR GUIDED SLEEP RELAXATIONS.

This work is not intended to substitute for professional medical or counselling advice. If you suffer from a physical or mental illness, please always seek professional help.

All meditations, soundscapes and sleep stories are written and produced by Claire Charters from www.botanicaltrader.com and www.theomcollective.org

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