conscious breathing

conscious connected breathing

Alternative psychology
A component of rebirthing therapy in which the client hyperventilates as a means of releasing tensions that are believed to have begun at birth.

conscious breathing,

n a relaxation technique in which the practitioners shift the focus of their attention from the stream of mental chatter to the natural rhythms of their breath. Many meditation techniques, including Vipassana and mantra, employ variations of conscious breathing. See also mantra, meditation, relaxation, relaxation response, Transcendental Meditation, and Vipassana.
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There are many ways to reduce stress, including meditation, exercise, and deep conscious breathing.
One way to help achieve this is to practice conscious breathing, preferably in a quiet place amid trees, flowers and plants.
The text constantly brings you back to conscious breathing through the use of several techniques.
Research studies demonstrate that conscious breathing quickly lowers blood pressure.
Strom (2013) points out that most of us hardly ever take a full and complete breath, and that conscious breathing is cleansing and healing on many levels.
Participants in four-part workshop learn to reduce stress and achieve long-lasting energy and vitality using stretching, progressive muscle relaxation, creative movement, visualization and conscious breathing.
Shorthand instructions provide guidance for conscious breathing.
Routines ideal for the first half of a woman's menstrual cycle, the second half of the cycle, and additional situations such as conscious breathing practice and overall lifestyle changes for fertility support are covered.
A divided circle diagram illustrates the 9 Enneagram personality types, and suggests specific strategies such as conscious breathing for shifting attention and realigning awakened qualities.
Divine Blessings' messages came to Divine while recovering from a very debilitating work related injury that gave Divine the opportunity to step into Her True Higher Self, through the practice of conscious breathing, meditation and prayer, allowing Her healing and calling Her to Be-Ing of Greater Service in assisting others, who are ready to shift from their lower to higher Infinite Self.
But becoming connected with one's conscious breathing while cooking and eating also allows the individual to view food in a much healthier and natural way, the chef maintains.
This article describes 3 types of conscious breathing (circular breathing, conscious connected breathing, and fast and full breathing) and the use of therapeutic breathwork within the counseling process, The authors describe the many facets of the breathwork experience, provide a case study, and address clinical considerations when engaging in breathwork with clients.