Guided Meditation to Expand Your Consciousness with Your Breath

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016
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Satsang with the Self
Video: 301
Date: November 21, 2016
Title: Guided Meditation to Expand Your Consciousness with Your Breath
Running Time: 32:29

Guided Meditation to Expand Your Consciousness with Your Breath

In nearly every culture and language, spirit means breath. Ancient cultures and wise men studied the breath and knew it’s power and sacredness. Meditations and energy building practices like mindfulness, zazen, yoga and kundalini were invented as people learned how to use the breath to expand their consciousness and transform their realities. The Higher Self has often said that the most powerful tool we have is our breath.

Learn how to use your breath to expand your consciousness and increase your energy in this Higher Self channeling.

Blessings and Love.

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  1. JOn says:

    Thank you Lincoln, this was liberating. Much love

  2. Chana says:

    Is this an appropriate meditation practice for a beginning meditator or is it too “active” and best used as an adjunct practice?
    Words cannot truly express how much gratitude I feel for you and your teachings.
    Thank you,

  3. Lincoln says:

    Hello Chana. Thank you for sharing your appreciation.

    This breathing practice can be used to begin and enter into one’s awareness-based meditation practice. Breathing practices, like what is taught in this video, are used to help focus the mind (less distracting thought), align the emotional energy (chakras and channels) and physical energies (nervous system), and expand one’s consciousness into heightened perception. Effort is used to create these changes. Our consciousness is acting on the forms to change them. These changes will then support an easier and more effective awareness-based meditation practice where “being” is the practice – such as those taught in this blog article.

    I would recommend using this guided meditation first. Then after the meditation concludes immediately enter into an awareness based meditation practice (watching the breath, being aware of awareness, feeling the Spiritual Heart while being the space of consciousness).

    People finding it too difficult to practice awareness-based meditations can use a more effort-based practice using the breath as their stand alone practice. There is no need to cause unnecessary stress and hardship by trying to force a meditation practice that is not working well. It is better to practice a method that matches a person’s ability level and provides beneficial results.

    Then after a few months of using the breathing practice regularly, an awareness-based meditation practice can be attempted again and the decision of what practices to use re-addressed.

    Regardless of one’s ability level, I always recommend that a person stays in awareness for a few minutes after performing breathing practices. This is often very enjoyable, since the mind has been calmed and quieted and the energy system peaceful.

    I wish you the best in your spiritual awakening process.

    Blessings and Love

    ~ Lincoln

  4. Chana says:

    Thank you for this answer. It has helped me tremendously.


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