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Post  pravin kumar on Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:01 am

By changing one's breathing, by placing the attention on the softness of the out-breath, one can change the energy of a room, one can turn an argument into a dialogue

The apparently simple act of sensing the body releases its healingpotential in a powerful way and has been adopted by numerous therapists in their work.

Usually this sensing is accomplished in two stages. The first stage is sensing the breath. The second is scanning the whole body under certain conditions.

As we breathe in we take in impressions via the senses, as we breathe out we let go of what we took in. The process happens with each in-breath and with each out–breath; the process of birth and dying.

Yet, as we breathe in we receive impressions and simultaneously we discriminate, we assess certain impressions as favourable and others as not favourable. In this act of in–breath we practise "becoming", we shape our reality, our sense of self; we identify with our likes and dislikes. We create our personality.

The out-breath is essentially an act of emptying, of letting go, a freeing of identity in order to receive the next in-breath in an unconditioned way, free from past fears or future anxieties. This is the potential of breathing.

Breathing is more than the process of air passing in and out of the body, breathing is also the consciousness, the level of awareness of each person.

In some therapies, for example, working with one's breath is a central tool to diagnose and to evaluate the level of one's awareness. By working with the breath one is exercising and awakening one's awareness, and therefore stimulating our own healing potentiality. Practitioners are often surprised that by working with the breath they become involved in their own healing process in a most direct and immediate way and at that moment strengthen their healing potential.

Letting-go of the breath, letting-go of becoming, letting go of the emotional weight necessary to keep our personality going, is a first act of healing, then taking in is free from conditions, free from holding on to a sense of "self". Thus the healing potential of each individual returns to its natural rhythm.

As practitioners discover their own potentiality through the mindful practice of breathing they become more attuned to their breathing.

Furthermore through their own practice practitioners will have experienced that there is a gap between the end of the outbreath and the start of the next in-breath. This gap is not the same as holding one's breath. Naturally as the outbreath ends there is a sense of "no–need to become, no need to be reborn" and the awareness rests in that gap or space; this is where practitioners can meet their own awareness and potentiality, this is where healing takes place.

To cultivate the awareness of the "space" between out-breath and in-breath is vital in the assessing and exercising of the healing potential. If at that point practitioners can rest their attention in that "space" a true healing is experienced. This is the beginning of healing the human condition from its incessant grasping at the next in-breath in order to re-affirm its "personality".

Basically where attention is, breath is; where attention is, energy flows. Breathing goes on all the time, for all of us regardless of the activity, place or time. It is therefore a most suitable tool to exercise awareness, and to stimulate healing. It is a true barometer of where we are at any given moment.

Every thought, emotion, opinion, or idea we have, is acc-ompanied by a change in breathing! Many times we are not aware of this but it occurs all the same. By changing one's breathing, by placing the attention on the softness of the out-breath, one can change the energy of a room; one can turn an argument into a dialogue. Therefore the practitioners can help change their condition simply by practising awareness of the breath, especially at first the awareness of the out-breath in their own belly.

Now we come to the second stage of body sensing.
The method is first of all to develop the skill of observing the body in the four basic postures, standing, walking, sitting, lying down, and to link this awareness of the body to all life activities.

The sensing starts with the awareness of the body as it is slower and denser than mind and so can be more easily observed. Through the repeated and consistent observation of the body and its activities, the practitioner will not fail to become more aware of the mental states that accompany the bodily activities.

From the observation of the body and mind one goes on to the training or taming of the body and mind. This means, for example, that if you perform a certain activity like answering the phone or opening a door, your att-ention(mind) is with the body movement, not ahead of it or behind it. How often while one is doing a simple daily activity like switching on the kettle, the attention is on what has just taken place or on what is about to happen. Training the body and mind means teaching the attention to come back to what is happening at that moment, here in this body, now in this moment, no matter how many times one needs to call the attention back.

It is a simple, not always easy, but simple method. Again this is practised in the four basic postures and in all daily life activities.

The next part of the training is liberating, freeing mind. The practitioner will by now have realised or at least touched on the experience that suffering or dissatisfaction in one's life is totally linked to the sense of self-identity, me and mine, my views and my needs, "wanting what I do not get, and getting what I do not want".

The sensing practice will help us release our grip, our hold onto "this is me, this is mine" condition. With patience and kindness to this "me", we will gradually become less dominated in our response to the world by the acquisitive, the averse or the confused characteristic which normally dominates us.

Over time with lots of dedicated practice and lots of good-will the four sublime abodes, Loving Kindness, Compassion, Sympathetic Joy and Equanimity, will become our true refuge in self-healing.

Thus body sensing is a form of training available to all, it is not a gift nor the privilege of the few. All that is required is an honest intention to look into the mirror of body awareness again and again with a sense of humour and kindness.
Basic body sensing exercise

• Sit with an alert and relaxed body posture so that you feel relatively comfortable without moving. (You can sit either in a straight-back chair with your feet flat on the floor, or on a thick, firm cushion three to six inches off the floor.)
• Keep your back, neck and head vertically aligned, relax your shoulders and find a comfortable place for your hands (usually on your knees).
• Bring your attention to your breathing. Observe the breath as it flows in and out. Give full attention to the feeling of the breath as it comes in, and goes out. Whenever you find that your attention has moved elsewhere, just note it, and let go and gently escort your attention back to the breath, to the rising and falling of your own belly.
• When you can maintain some continuity of attention on the breath, try expanding the field of your awareness "around" your belly to include a sense of your body as a whole.
• Maintain this awareness of the body sitting and breathing, and, when the mind wanders, bring it back to sitting and breathing.
• After your have gained enough practice proceed to do steps 4 and 5 with the other three basic body postures, standing, walking, and lying down, and to link this awareness of the body to all lifeactivities.

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Post  mudasar_hussain on Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:50 am

Thanks Brother!
very helpful information
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Re: EFFECTIVE MEDITATION TECHNIQUE

Post  Lynn on Thu Aug 16, 2012 3:08 pm

hello Pravin, If you copy articles from somewhere you should please link to your source / give credit to the author, and be aware that most articles are copyrighted..

Did this come from Luis S. R. Vas's article on
http://www.lifepositive.com/Body/Breath/Sensing_The_Body102007.asp
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Re: EFFECTIVE MEDITATION TECHNIQUE

Post  pravin kumar on Thu Aug 16, 2012 4:04 pm

Dear Lynn,

I am a member of Silva Mind Control Members Group where so many things are posted. I got this post from there. Who wrote it I have no knowledge. If you know who has written do give me the details as I would like to read further about it if there is book written by that person containing the above. In fact all the post I copy from either Yahoo Silva Mind Control or from Spiritual Forum.

I claim no credit to any of the posts I have made till date.

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Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Aug 16, 2012 5:25 pm

pravin kumar wrote:Dear Lynn,

I am a member of Silva Mind Control Members Group where so many things are posted. I got this post from there. Who wrote it I have no knowledge. If you know who has written do give me the details as I would like to read further about it if there is book written by that person containing the above. In fact all the post I copy from either Yahoo Silva Mind Control or from Spiritual Forum.

I claim no credit to any of the posts I have made till date.

P.K.

Dear Pravin Kumar,

I would like to remind you that this is not the first time that Lynn has asked your to report the source(s) of your post - regarding those posts where you presented a copy from other websites.

And Lynn's request is important: because otherwise it is impossible for all users of this forum to discriminate your own words from the words that where actually written by other persons.

This is an issue of authenticity, honor & respect!


By the way, the ForumMotion forum rules ( = the rules presented by the platform developer of our forum) also require you to include the source of your informations, see:

"- If you post informations which come from another site, look first if the site in question doesn't forbid it. Show the address of the site in question in order to respect the work of their administrators!"

(Source: http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/profile.forum?mode=register )


Please follow this aspect of our forum rules (NOTICE: the example above demonstrates how you can present a quote between ""-signs with the use of color + a reference to the url where the original quote is found).

Also, please be aware:

If you continue abusing the efforts made by other people on the internet (by copying their words into your posts without making any reference to the original source), this might at the end harm the credibility of this forum.

(I assume that you don't want this to happen, correct?)

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PS. It's irrelevant whether you are a member at the other group or not; we only ask you to follow and respect our forum rules.

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Post  pravin kumar on Fri Aug 17, 2012 1:25 am

Dear Martijn,

I do not know who is the owner of that Post. I have mentioned that I read it in another forum "The Silva Mind Control Method Members Group". Since I am a member of that Group and there many many persons posts very interesting articles I read it and I find that would be very good for the members of this forum I paste it. From where am I to find out who is the owner of that article. There are other forums too from where I have read certain things and I post it here. I do not claim any ownership over it neither have I inserted any word of mine in that post. Now if you know the owner of that article do let me know.

For that matter all the readings in Palmistry I do are the knowledge derived from various sources and I add with that experience that I gained and give the reading. I have read many books and many are personal experiences. How to mention all that in each and every reading?

Even earlier I believe you had mentioned the source of my article which I did not know. I have never claimed any rights over any thing I have posted.

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Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Aug 17, 2012 10:27 am


Hi Pravin Kumar,

This is no issue of who owns the original rights at all.

And while you say that you 'claim' no rights, which I can confirm... you did not give us any clue that you did not write those words yourself!

(You copy-and-pasted those with a few simple mouse-clicks, and you are underestimating the possible consequences - an overview of the many potential consequences is presented in this long article: http://www.squidoo.com/copy-and-paste-improperly-quote-plagiarize )


It's very simple: we only ask you to follow the general forum rules about how to use the internet with respect, by always including a reference to YOUR source when you copy-and-paste words from another website.

Again, it doesn't matter if your source is not the original source; it's just enough if you report where you found those word. We don't want this forum to become a place where everyone present words that were taken from other websites, as that would harm the authenticity of this forum! (And it could get this forum into serious trouble as soon as unwritten internet-laws must be applied more strictly)

And if you are not willing to accept these general rules, then you force us to start considering other solutions to solve this problem.


Dear Pravin Kumar,

Can you please confirm that you are willing to follow the forum rules - by honoring our request to add a reference to your source whenever you copy-and-paste multiple lines/sentences from other websites?

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Post  pravin kumar on Fri Aug 17, 2012 11:51 am

Dear Martijn,

I want you to clarify this: If I mention I got this article from so and so Website is it sufficient? I have mentioned I got it from "Silva-India@yahoogroups.co.in". Is this what you want me to put before the article posted? Secondly I would rather avoid posting any such article in future for it seems it goes against your forum. So please delete all such posts and I shall not be posting in future.

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Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Aug 17, 2012 12:11 pm

pravin kumar wrote:Dear Martijn,

I want you to clarify this: If I mention I got this article from so and so Website is it sufficient? I have mentioned I got it from "Silva-India@yahoogroups.co.in". Is this what you want me to put before the article posted? Secondly I would rather avoid posting any such article in future for it seems it goes against your forum. So please delete all such posts and I shall not be posting in future.

Pravin Kumar

Thanks Pravin,

Yes, if you had mentioned in your post that you got the article from the "Silva-India@yahoogroups.co.in"... that would have been perfect! Thumbs up!

By the way, don't worry: you used the correct forum-section for presenting an article about meditation. So, the content of the article plays no role at all in our feedback to you; it was only the format of your presentation that made it necessary for us to refer to the general rules about how to copy and paste information from other sources.

Thank you for your efforts & time to learn!

Thanks!

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