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This 40-minute session includes four rounds of balanced 4x4 breathing and focuses on improving Heart Rate Variability (HRV). It creates a positive feedback loop between the heart and brain, at the same time helping you connect with your subconscious mind on a deeper level and rewrite its programs with positive affirmations. 

 

During the rhythmic breathing phases, sync your breath with the beat of the music and follow the guidance. The 4x4 rhythmic breathing technique has numerous benefits:

 

  • Regulates heart rhythm, increasing heart rate variability (HRV), which is tied to reducing stress and improving overall heart health.
  • Balances the nervous system.
  • Increases coherence between the heart and brain and reduces anxiety.
  • Leads to present-moment awareness.

 

During the breathholds, first exhale all the air out and hold your breath. Remember to be particularly cautious with this technique. Then, inhale fully and hold again until you are ready to release all the air and relax. This powerful technique offers the following benefits:

 

  • Strengthens the cardiovascular system, improving blood flow to organs and tissues.
  • Stimulates the production of red blood cells, improving oxygen delivery to tissues.
  • Reduces stress and anxiety levels by activating the body's relaxation response.
  • Enhances awareness and control over breathing patterns.
  • Improves endurance during physical activities.

 

Perform this practice for 7 days after completing Awakening I.

 

IF YOU ARE NOT EXPERIENCED IN BREATHWORK, PLEASE AVOID HOLDING YOUR BREATH AS IT COULD POTENTIALLY HAVE ADVERSE EFFECTS ON YOUR HEALTH. INSTEAD, BREATHE NORMALLY BETWEEN THE RHYTHMIC BREATHING SECTIONS OF THE SESSION.


 

Before starting this journey, it is important to consult a healthcare professional, especially if you have any serious health conditions. Avoid forceful mouth breathing, long breathholds or extended intense breathwork for more than 5 minutes in the following cases:

 

  • Severe or critical illnesses or infections affecting breathing
  • Uncontrolled severe hypertension, especially after a heart attack
  • End-stage organ failure or terminal illnesses
  • Pregnancy
  • If you have epilepsy, a pacemaker, or irregular heartbeat

 

Conditions like tinnitus or hernias can get worse with forceful mouth breathing, extended breathholds, and intense rapid breathing.

 

Included in the download are a High-Resolution Mp3 file and a PDF guide containing detailed instructions to support you in this practice.

Awakening II - Sonic Spheres

€45.00Price
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