It Takes Mindfulness to Breathe Slow and Deep. Mastery Newsletter January 25, 2017

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Breathing slow and deep also brings on mindfulness.


This “mindfulness” thing is popular.


It’s just a word.


What it means to me is a state of calm and connectedness.


A feeling of being connected to others and perhaps all the universe.


Breathing slowly and deeply generates that sensation of calm.


The good news is we can choose to breathe deeply and slowly…at any time.


The trick is to be able to call on that skill even in the most challenging moments.


When we get bad news. When we are under attack, physically or verbally. When we are down in the dumps.


You can try it now. Breathe deeply in, slowly. Breathe deeply out, slowly. Repeat.


Doing it as little as three times if often enough to calm me down. Perhaps it may work for others too.


You can practice while walking. Some call that walking meditation. It may slow down the walking. It may make walking more enjoyable. Perhaps even blissful.


That’s the ticket…now you’re in gear.


If you remember to smile and keep good posture too, well, that’s a bonus.


Keep on keepin’ on.




To Your Joy, Energy and Health,



Matti Anttila


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