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when i was swimming, hiking, sitting in idle, lying in idle, relaxing in sauna room, stretching out, running along river bank, inhaling after a long drinking…
in drops of moments i do notice many lovely details.
and they are little funs that are lacing my life
When I go to sleep every night… It helps to know that I’m still alive after all that I’ve been through, and when I remember that they said I wasn’t supposed to survive past the age of ten.
Today, when I was driving home with a bad headache, telling myself that it’s not another aneurysm.
I never realized how beautiful breathing was until he choked the breath right out of me. Now I listen to my breath all the time and remember what it means to survive, which is to know how strong I am.
I started taking Tai Chi and we begin each session with a little meditation. It gets so quiet that my breathing starts to sound really loud to me and I suspect I’m disturbing the others who are meditating!
Yesterday,after I got my first hearing aid.I was never so aware of my own breathing
Two days ago when I was in a yoga class
The last time I was stressed
Now. And every time I go to sleep. And every time I walk in the cold. And every time I spend energy. And every time I want to smell a nice scent.
everytime i have a panic attack, i listen to my breathing to make sure my hearts still beating
Every time I go running all I focus on is my breathing, the sound of the inhale and exhale as my feet pound against the pavement. As tiring as it is, it’s so peaceful.
This morning. Half asleep in bed, I was listening to it to calm myself from a bad dream.
When I have anxiety attacks.
I prefer laying my head on his chest and listening to his heart and hearing his soft breathing at the same time.
I don’t know. I feel my heart beat more often than I listen to my breath.
Sometimes I concentrate on my breathing to help me fall asleep at night
every night when im going to sleep.
when i meditate, which i really should do more often.
When I was staring outside thinking about the things I’ve done and wishing one day I would fix myself.
Saturday, my athsma was flaring up.
This photo is in NZ by the way, Rangitoto Island
… when I visit my remote land in Colorado, turn the engine off… and hear nothing except a gentle wind and my own breath as it is being taken away due to the purity of my view. Embedded in this answer is another thought question: When was the last time that you heard absolutely no man-made noise… absolutely none?
Just now. Before that, last night.
But honestly, I like to breathe as slowly and silently as possible so that when I listen I hear nothing.
Every night before going to bed… it relaxes me… makes me realize that I’m still living…
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