Tag: breath meditation

Sweet Chestnuts of Roslin – Breathe With The Ancient Ones

Originally posted on breathofgreenair:
Deep in the old woods of Roslin Valley there live two very ancient tree ents. In the green shaded light of the summer woods you can make out their limbs and faces, which have grown here for over 400 years.…

Non-Separation and the Breath

A few years ago a story of the consciousness of interconnection unfolded right before my eyes.  This happened from a place of non-separation, or in other words a real sense of oneness between people and nature.  It is a simple story really – one… Continue Reading “Non-Separation and the Breath”

Breathing Room

These three things that matter can most often be found within another three states: Silence, Stillness and Spaciousness.  How our ego puts up a fight against even dipping one single toe into a space large enough to hold a full inhale and exhale in… Continue Reading “Breathing Room”

Return To Deep Harmony

My recent offering of a class called Decrease Anxiety, Indulge Inner Peace has been an awakening on many levels.  Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States affecting 40 million adults age 18 and older.  That equals 18.9% of the… Continue Reading “Return To Deep Harmony”

Every Breath As A Prayer

Often we feel that a prayer comes in the form of something spoken out loud or within, on our knees,  sitting in meditation, joining with others in a group,  read or written – in other words an action we must consciously take.  What if… Continue Reading “Every Breath As A Prayer”