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Peace of mind is contagious
Date: 8.1.18
When you're looking at a sunset, I recommend you all do, you will be in contact with a beauty of nature. Practice mindful breathing. Touch deeply the beauty that is before you. The sunset is lovely. Continue that way for a few minutes. Let me stop right here for that practice.

I am breathing in. What happiness! Do you know why this is important? Because when you give your mind a mantra like this one, it has something to focus on. And it's not distracted. When you’re walking and looking, you're breathing and seeing beauty in front of you. Enjoy the sunset.

Every teacher says “What you think, affects your body.” If you have practiced meditation, you would have already discovered this. If you have been able to embrace your breath-in and your breath-out with tenderness, you would know that they hug your body. And your mind peace is contagious. Peace is contagious. In the practice of meditation, the three elements of body mind and breath become one. So you have your body and your mind. The breath bridges the tube. Because you could use your account to control your breathing and your breathing is part of your autonomic nervous system. It’s called Mindful Breathing. 

So when you practice mindful breathing, you're aware of your breath. It basically means that your mind is full of breath. Here's what I can tell you. The very first technique that the Buddha taught his students was breathing. I did a little research on it and found out that it was true.

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Peace of mind is contagious
Date: 8.1.18
When you're looking at a sunset, I recommend you all do, you will be in contact with a beauty of nature. Practice mindful breathing. Touch deeply the beauty that is before you. The sunset is lovely. Continue that way for a few minutes. Let me stop right here for that practice.

I am breathing in. What happiness! Do you know why this is important? Because when you give your mind a mantra like this one, it has something to focus on. And it's not distracted. When you’re walking and looking, you're breathing and seeing beauty in front of you. Enjoy the sunset.

Every teacher says “What you think, affects your body.” If you have practiced meditation, you would have already discovered this. If you have been able to embrace your breath-in and your breath-out with tenderness, you would know that they hug your body. And your mind peace is contagious. Peace is contagious. In the practice of meditation, the three elements of body mind and breath become one. So you have your body and your mind. The breath bridges the tube. Because you could use your account to control your breathing and your breathing is part of your autonomic nervous system. It’s called Mindful Breathing. 

So when you practice mindful breathing, you're aware of your breath. It basically means that your mind is full of breath. Here's what I can tell you. The very first technique that the Buddha taught his students was breathing. I did a little research on it and found out that it was true.

Tune In To The AZD Podcast:
Join The Diamond Mind Program:
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