The bridge between fear and truth

April 28, 2014 § 3 Comments

Have you ever stopped to think why, when you start to get a little ungrounded (though you may not see it yet), someone tells you to breathe? And does that suggestion make you insane?

Our breath is the bridge between our physical body (perceptions, the finite) and our Soul (Truth, the infinite).

We can live out our lives never thinking about the breath, and our body will automatically breathe for us… though we risk having stressors dictate how we breathe– shallow and erratic. Without the full inhale, the life force that is carried through the breath will not reach below the diaphragm to move through and release the stress that is held there, and without the full exhale, we leave the stale air in our lungs leaving little space for fresh air to come in.

We live the way we breathe.

When we experience staleness in our day, and in our lives, changing the breath to make it full and complete can offer the freshness it needs to move forward and up. It can’t hurt to try– it doesn’t cost a dime, and the upside is limitless. It keeps us grounded and connected to something bigger than what we see before us.

FEARbreath is consciousness

Need a pranayam (breathing exercise)? Try this. Let me know how it works for you!

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§ 3 Responses to The bridge between fear and truth

  • Anna Gratzl says:

    Love this– did not know Rip story.

    How do you get a newsletter with the sides…. I don’t see it in this email but I saw it when I viewed at it from my phone.  Hmm…..

    >________________________________ > From: Savitree >To: limbgratzl@yahoo.com >Sent: Monday, April 28, 2014 11:53 AM >Subject: [New post] The bridge between fear and truth > > > > WordPress.com >SavitreeKaur posted: “Have you ever stopped to think why, when you start to get a little ungrounded (though you may not see it yet), someone tells you to breathe? And does that suggestion make you insane? Our breath is the bridge between our physical body/ the maya that comes” >

    • SavitreeKaur says:

      The Rip story didn’t mean a whole to me lot back then. It does now.
      You have to use the right format in your newsletter. It can take time to set up, but once you do, it’s always there.

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