How you can use meditation to quickly restore strength and improve your health.
Information that even yogis don't know.
This method of meditation is tested on myself and 100% works.
Take the right position for meditation.
Sit with your feet in front of you, place your hands on your hips, palms up.
To sit more comfortably, sit near the wall and put a pillow under your back.
Straighten your back straight, bending slightly in the lower back,
so that your chest does not interfere with the work of the respiratory muscles, the diaphragm.
Close your eyes and relax.
Your breathing will determine how well you recover your strength and health.
Focus your attention on your breathing.
Only breathe through your nose.
Gradually reduce the depth of your breathing.
Breathe so that you feel a slight lack of air all the time.
It is a slight lack of air, not a strong lack of air.
If you reduce the depth of your breath too much, you will find it hard to breathe.
You will not be able to breathe so long and will be forced to switch to deep breathing and the method will stop working.
If you do everything correctly, then you will feel a sensation of warmth in the body.
If your hands and feet were cold before, they will warm up.
You will feel a warm sensation in your body.
This means you are doing it right.
Common mistakes of beginners.
Beginners reduce the depth of breathing very much.
That's why they start not getting enough air.
People have a fear that they can suffocate and give up breathing training.
There is no need to stop mastering the method, nothing terrible has happened.
You just very much reduced the depth of breathing.
Start breathing again as usual.
Restore your breath and try again.
Don't reduce the depth of your breath too much.
Relaxation decreases the depth of your breath.
Breathe with a slight sensation of shortness of breath.
Why breathe with a feeling of slight lack of air?
Because of the lack of carbon dioxide, our blood decreases the supply of oxygen to our body.
Our body begins to experience a lack of oxygen.
Our body's metabolism is disturbed.
The lack of oxygen affects the brain, heart, kidneys, muscles, and teeth.
Food is poorly digested and the body does not get nutrients from the food.
The person becomes sick and nervous.
By reducing the depth of breathing we will raise the level of carbon dioxide in our body to a normal level.
And the metabolism in our body will be restored.
What we will do during meditation.
When we are not doing anything, our mind is in constant, useless work switching from one thought to another.
Our body quickly becomes tired from these shifts.
What will we do during meditation?
Because of this, our brain will not be distracted by other thoughts and will do the simple task of watching our breath.
Our mind is so designed that it can only be preoccupied with one thing.
Therefore, during meditation, our mind and body will rest from different, unnecessary thoughts and we will feel rested after meditation.
This method of breathing will help us increase the carbon dioxide level in our body and improve the oxygen supply to all of our organs and brain.
For beginners, a meditation session should not be less than 15 minutes.
If you don't find it difficult to stay in meditation for 30 minutes, that's very good, meditate for 30 minutes or 1 hour.
Set a timer, sit down and meditate.
Once meditation time is over.
Take your time to get up.
Very slowly open your eyes.
Use your hands to help straighten your legs.
Relax your legs by rocking them side to side.
After the end of the meditation, throughout the day continue to breathe with a feeling of a slight lack of air.
Our main task is to teach our body to breathe always and everywhere with a sensation of a slight lack of air.
Any physical activity without heavy exertion increases our body's production of carbon dioxide.
So walk, increase your carbon dioxide production, don't switch to deep breathing while walking.
If you were walking fast, and you already want to start breathing deeply.
Restore your breathing and continue walking.
Exercise physically by controlling your breathing.
At rest, our body produces little carbon dioxide.
That is why it is harmful to lie on the couch and do nothing for a long time.
I wish you attention and persistence in mastering the method!