Breathing Technique to Improve Your Health

Daily Meditation Podcast

Jul 24 2020 • 9 mins

One of the best ways to improve your level of stress is by improving the way you breathe. How you breathe does make a big difference in how you manage your emotional health. This week we launch into a series designed to improve your emotional and physical health by improving your lung capacity. You'll be guided using a different breathing technique every day. Think of this week's series are your personal Breathing Bootcamp. If you suffer from asthma or COPD, or if you are recovering from COVID19 Coronavirus, this week's breathing techniques may be especially beneficial for you. (As always, with any meditation technique, you want to make sure to check with your medical doctor).   THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGE: Practice the breathing exercises every day for a few minutes and eventually build up to doing them for 5-10 minutes a day.   THIS WEEK'S MEDITATION TECHNIQUES:   Affirmation - "I am." Breathing - Belly Breath  Mudra - Push Paputa - release fear Chakra - 3rd - zest for life Herb - Lobelia - lung health Yoga Asana - Vrikasana - Tree Pose This is part 7 of a 7-part Breathing Workshop for Emotional + Physical Health, episodes 1038-1044. You'll find additional daily support and a weekly guide with the meditation techniques for each theme at Instagram. You'll find deeper, longer daily 30-minute guided meditations on the Sip and Om meditation app. I invite you to try it for 2-weeks absolutely free! Receive access to 2,000+ fully guided meditations customized around a weekly theme. Select from 300+ series to fit your mood with a Clarity Journal and a Slow Down Guide customized for each theme. Brand new themes are introduced each week. Connect with other meditators on the private Facebook group for app subscribers. 2 weeks for access to the iOS version: 2 weeks free access to the Android version: All meditations are created by Mary Meckley and are her original content. Please request permission to use any of Mary's content by sending an email to Resources: Music by Christopher Lloyd Clarke and Greg Keller. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit