"Victory Breath" - Fast and Easy Meditation to Clear Your Mind

Catherine Liska
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Sep 14, 2020

"VICTORY" 
BREATH PRACTICE
to Calm Your Monkey Mind in as Little as 40 Seconds!!!

This breathwork meditation/mantra practice uses these 4 principles to quiet the "monkey mind" and reset your energy:
4 PRINCIPLES:

1. When we slow down our breath it is calming

2. When we suspend our breath either in or out it stops our mind chatter

3. When we use intentional higher vibrational words to focus our mind it uplevels our frequency

4. When we change our body position and posture we can change our frequency and increase energy flow throughout our body

PRACTICE WITHOUT ARM MOVEMENT

Begin seated or standing:

Inhale through nose, suspend breath,

silently vibrate the word "VIC-TOR-Y" broken into 3 syllables,

then exhale through the nose.

RPT 3X or continue repeating up to 3 minutes. (eyes may be closed or open)

PRACTICE WITH "V" ARMS

Begin seated or standing:

Inhale through nose while lifting both arms into a big "V" reaching upward,

pause with arms up and suspend the breath while silently vibrating the word "VIC-TOR-Y" broken into 3 syllables,

then exhale through the nose and lower the arms to relax.

RPT 3X or continue repeating up to 3 minutes. (eyes may be closed or open)

"Victory Breath" - Fast and Easy Meditation to Clear Your Mind

Catherine Liska
|
Sep 14, 2020

Clear your mind and reset your energy using simple breathing and silent mantra with optional arm movements in 1 minute or less

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Move Your Body to Declutter Your Emotional Closet

Catherine Liska
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Jun 21, 2020

KundaliniYoga Practice to Separate Thoughts from Emotions: This simple movement sequence unravels the reactive thought patterns that recur due to unconscious emotional processing.The emotional energy is transformed and thoughts are, in a sense, "detached" from the emotional energy to allow clarity of mind and calmness in the physical body.

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Gentle Seated Hip Flexor Release to Relieve Pain and Discomfort

Catherine Liska
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May 24, 2020

If you have ever experienced a sense of aching hip joints or pain in your buttocks you may have an imbalance in your hip flexors. This often happens from sitting too long or from a lack of strength on one side of your body. ‍Our hip flexors are very easily affected by stressful situations and the body is designed to flex us forward into a fetal position as a protective response. We often don't even realize our body is doing this flexion pattern as it is hardwired into our mind-body connection by the nervous system. THIS VIDEO IS A SEATED PRACTICE TO FIND MORE SENSE OF SPACIOUSNESS AND EASE IN THE HIP FLEXORS.

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