24: Follow the Path of the Breath guided meditation

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Scan the breath with this meditation that travels along the core path of breath sensations. It’s a massage for the body, from the inside! And it also helps us explore the inner regions of our body where we store emotional traces. This can be a key tool in finding your bridge between breath and intimate contact with your emotional well being.

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  • Katy Smith

    Hi Alan, when I saw this title I was excited to try out this meditation, but I can’t seem to find the audio podcast…was it taken down for some reason?

    • Andrea Robinson

      I had the same problem, Katy.

      • http://ishouldbemeditating.com AlanKlima

        Thanks Andrea! fixed it!

        • Andrea Robinson

          Thanks, @AlanKlima:disqus!

    • http://ishouldbemeditating.com AlanKlima

      thanks Katy! fixed it.

  • Andrea Robinson

    Alan, I noticed that this meditation is particularly soothing even though I wasn’t really trying to meditate – I was just listening in the background. Is it possible that just listening to soothing sounds and vibes can relax you? I think so. I would pay attention and let my mind wander off, and then come back, and that happened pretty much throughout, but I still felt very soothed. :)

    • http://ishouldbemeditating.com AlanKlima

      Yes definitely it is like that, and there are a few different kinds of answers about that. First is thinking about it physically, that there can be soothing sounds. The next is about how we may have previously connected through meditation with the things pointed to in the audio, and hearing it even subsconsciously triggers that, as well as the associations that build up in the mind just generally between meditation audios and a certain way of feeling and being– like a kind of reminder that brings us back. This is more deeply so than the simple physical sense. And then there is a third level, which I will borrow your word “vibes” and just say there are other dimensions to this having to do with the fact that we beings are not as separate as we believe ourselves to be. I’ll leave it at that for now as it is not necessary to think to much about that one and it is really only to be experienced. But finally: the main, very great thing is you are noticing that meditation does not have to happen only formally, and it does not require a lot of personal effort– there is an effortless side. This is the very great thing you are catching onto!