Article- Breathing And Your Brain: Five Reasons To Grab The Controls | Psychology Today

Breathing And Your Brain: Five Reasons To Grab The Controls | Psychology Today.

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2 thoughts on “Article- Breathing And Your Brain: Five Reasons To Grab The Controls | Psychology Today

  1. this is a great read! i am currently studying psychotherapy in Grad School and this article summarizes well what scientific research is discovering about Mindfulness and breathing. I know that my brain activity, after practicing Mindfulness now for nearly a year, is functioning on a conscious level, but also on some other plane. It is hard to describe in words. Thank you for posting this article. –bryan

    • I completely agree. It’s interesting what you said about going to another plane after meditating for the past year. I am learning more (through my Anthropedia training) about how we operate in the planes (spiritual, intellectual, emotional, material, and sexual) and the critical role of our own awareness. I find myself experiencing more in the lighter planes but struggle to define it at times with my own vocabulary so I really relate to your challenge with finding words! Regardless, it is apparent that our brains and our bodies react in a very positive way to mindfulness and calmness. 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed the article. Take good care!

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