Deep Breath // Divine Inspiration; Inhaling and Exhaling
Let’s all take a deep breath together. I invite you to pause, close your eyes and take a deep inhale and then a deep exhale.
Conscious breathing is simply the act of being aware of ones breath. The average person at rest takes close to 1,000 breaths per hour. If we can become aware of our breathing for even just a few minutes each day, many of us will feel immediate positive effects.
There are many different breathing techniques, some conscious breathing is designed to be calming and anxiety relieving, some is designed to warm your body, some to give you energy and still others to put you to sleep. The list of possible benefits from breath work is seemingly endless. Kelsea's favorite breathing practice is box breathing. The simple act of inhaling for 4 seconds, holding for 4 seconds, exhaling for 4 seconds, holding the exhale for 4 seconds and starting again. Illustrated here:
Star believes that all the different breathing techniques have one thing in common, they help raise our vibration. A higher vibration supports our immune system, our lungs and so much more.
The Deep Breath essence is made from eucalyptus because it helps us breathe. Deep Breath and of course the eucalyptus essential oil (found in Super Immune Spray) support our lungs. According to Louise Hay (Heal Your Body), lung issues can present around the emotion of grief. There is a lot of grief in the world right now, and grief is a frequency that can lower your vibration.
Taking the Deep Breath flower essence daily can be the reminder we need to keep breathing deeply. We suggest using it to creating tiny breathing rituals throughout your day. Maybe it's 3 breaths before opening your inbox. Or engaging in conscious breathing the entire time you listen to the morning news. Think about what works for you and what will best support you.
A final note from Star. Breath is also about connection. It can take us out of our ordinary mind. It can take us to higher states of consciousness. She would like to share a simple breath that has served her well for over the last couple of decades.
It’s a breath about service.
Service to ourselves, and to mother earth.
It’s called Planetary Acupuncture and she was introduced to it by Martin Gray. You can listen to an audio recording of this practice here.