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Every mental or emotional pattern of energy has a respiratory rhythm. Changing your respiration is one of the quickest and easiest ways to influence patterns in the body. Breathe like an angry, sad, or happy person, and you will become angry, sad, or happy. If you are angry, the most efficient way to stop yourself is by taking slow, calm, full breaths. By practicing the following technique two to four times a day, your attention will gradually pull away from patterns associated with restless desires of the body.1. Sitting in the meditative posture — spine straight, chin parallel to the floor, and palms upturned and resting on the thighs — close your eyes, lift your gaze, and concentrate intently on the point between your eyebrows. Breathe out through your mouth with a multiple exhalation, sounding like “huh, huh, huuuuuh.”2. Next, close your mouth and breathe in very slowly through your nostrils, gradually allowing your abdomen to expand while mentally counting the seconds that go by. As you continue inhaling, expand your chest, but stop before your shoulders lift. Hold your breath for one to three seco …

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