The Matrix of Four Forms of Meditative Breath

Knowing how to breathe and breather properly can make a huge difference when it comes to meditation as well as during a Past Life Regression experience. Often people will breathe shallow breaths instead of long slow deep breaths. There’s more to proper breathing than long slow deep breaths, so keep reading to discover more.

The problem with shallow breathing is that it traps in fear and tends to create disease in the body. Some Past Life Regression clients may be particularly nervous, unhealthy or disempowered. They may be pleasantly surprised when they discover what it’s like to understand more about breathing as they allow their body show them when in hypnosis what it is to breathe correctly. It’s is amazing to observe the body when someone begins to use the lungs correctly.

When you breathe correctly your body can respond to this at a deep cellular level and your cells can be purified and energized. It’s wonderful to allow the body to know what it’s like to breathe correctly. You will be amazed at the effect this has on your body as your body remembers what to do and how to do it. This is one of many ways to ground yourself and the energies that are accessed during Past Life Regression sessions.

Matrix of Four Forms of Meditative Breath provides you with details you need to learn to breathe in a powerful way. Continue reading this post to discover more about the four important aspects of meditative breath and consider continuing by reading more about The Matrix of Four Forms of Meditative Breath.

Matrix of Four Forms of Meditative Breath

The Matrix of Four Forms of Meditative Breath

Breath is the basis of all life. Breath is also the basis of all meditation and meditative movement. Breath is the primary manner in which we all obtain life energy. The other three in metaphysical understanding are water, food and prana or chi. The most important concept to understand about breath and meditative movement is that one moves in coordination with the breath. One moves in and out of postures with the breath and one deepens and lengthens postures in coordination with the breath. Inhalations equate to tension whereas exhalations equate to relaxation and release.

There are four important aspects of meditative breath. It is important to breathe slowly, deeply, steadily and consciously. It’s said most people breathe wrong. Most people breathe either from high, mid or low points. A complete yogi breath is a cyclical movement beginning from low point moving like a wave. Meditative movement leads to proper cyclical, complete breath.

Balanced breathing is utilized most frequently. Balanced breathing means the four parts to one breath cycle are equalized. The inhalations and exhalations are the same length of time to each other and the pause full and pause empty are the same length of time to each other too. For example 8 seconds in, 2 second pause, 8 seconds out, 2 second pause is an example of steady balanced breath. Meditation practitioners from long ago would count the breath not in seconds, but heartbeats.

There are innumerable variations of meditative breath, however in most all meditations awareness of the matrix of meditative breath is a primarily important perception. Some more developed meditation practitioners move beyond focus on the breath, however even masters come back to and start with the breath. For the rest of us focus on the matrix of breath can calm the distracted monkey mind that swings from vine to vine, thought to thought. Trouble in meditation equates to, in general having a full mind, perceiving the breath allows one to be alternatively mindful so as to begin and develop meditation.

Balanced breath is beneficial to balancing one’s energy, often all we need. As one masters balanced breath one can implement new patterns to enhance energy movement in four basic patterns beyond balanced breathing similar conceptually to the depiction of the Yin Yang mandala. Unlike balanced breath these forms build and release energy in specific ways. There is the enhancement and lengthening of the pause full, in/pause/out patter for building Yin energy. There is the enhancement of pause empty, in/out/pause for Yang energy. Then a pause is inserted midway between either the inhale or exhale for energy movement, in/pause/in/out for Yin and lastly in/out/pause/out for Yang.

Meditation is mindfulness – the fullness of mind of the present. Whether distracted or focused, whether in still or moving meditation or in daily life, simply being mindful of the breath can connect mind and body. It is especially important to simply realize the four parts to every breath cycle and the four aspects of meditative breath.

Matrix of Four: the Philosophy of the Duality of Polarity
Ethan Indigo Smith

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The Matrix of Four is an exploration of our consciousness, and presents a formula to develop our consciousness and surpass the limitations of traditional political and social constructs. In this work, Ethan relates and explains correlations between the four seasons, Om and a myriad of esoteric and exoteric ideas on consciousness to inspire creative thinking and being. He also explores mathematical and philosophical concepts to engage a higher thinking and being, verified using universality and human traditions beginning with the four operations of arithmetic, referencing the four archetypal characters in Plato’s The Allegory of the Cave, and much more.

Ethan Indigo Smith

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