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  • Caroline

    Your breath meditation is quite different from others I’ve read about. It’s also interesting to listen to something like this – it makes things a bit more clear in my mind and I know what I should be doing every step of the way. I have previously tried a few such techniques and while I am excited at first, eventually I lose interest in them. Hopefully what you said will stick with me. I like that you don’t just concentrate on the breathing but also hearing and seeing, so using or taking account of all my senses.

    • http://ishouldbemeditating.com AlanKlima

      Great– you might be interested in this talk which explains a bit more about why the breath meditation is taught in this way: http://ishouldbemeditating.com/should-i-use-a-natural-or-a-pleasant-breath/

      I’m working on ways that we can connect to help people stick with a meditation practice. Announcements will come via the email list you can subscribe to here.

  • Samantha Thomas

    I was amazed to see and feel the things you were describing in your podcasts! While you were saying “pleasant breaths” I could swore I felt a change in my breathing (it was more pleasant)! It’s amazing what you can achieve if you listen without thinking about anything at all and just being in that moment. Loved this meditation and I will try to do it as often as I can; God knows I need it with all the stressful things I have to do!