Are you tired of pretending to be calm and compassionate when inside you really feel like kicking and screaming?
In my life-long meditation training I was often told to “breathe in love”. I so desperately wanted to do this, but there was no manual other than to just do it. When one is in a fight-or-flight response or predisposition to life the temporal lobe, housing some key players of our limbic system, can gain or entrain a dominance in our brain functioning. During this dominant brain state it is very difficult to bring our more prefrontally-associated attributes online, like expansion, compassion, forgiveness and openness. Shifting this dynamic takes daily practice, a new entrainment, the right nutrition, and proper exercise. Some suggestions are to meditate daily, consume healthy fats and proteins, add twenty minutes of cardio exercise at least four times a week to your routine, and being finding ways to be grateful for all you have!
What do you need in order to learn how to “breathe in love?”
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