Here Continues The 2d Mindfulness Exercise The Breathing Anchor

The second of 3 main exercises within mindfulness is the breathing anchor.

The name comes from using the breath as an anchoring point since our breathing is always with us and hence we can allways use it to anchor us in the present moment.

This is a seated exercise, in this version in total 5 minutes.

I will post it in several parts. Again, the dots stand for pauses if you record your own versions:

Do not change your breathing pattern, just let it come and go, and just notice where you feel it the most…

Then aim your attention to where you feel your breathing the best and try to keep your attention there…

Just focus on being in the moment and lose the daily chores you have to do later…

And when you notice that your attention has moved away, no matter where it has gone: to images, sounds, thoughts or bodily sensations – let them be as they are in the background, and draw your attention gently back to your breathing…

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