Posted June 15, 2012 by Marty in My Favorites. Tagged: ACTION, AWARENESS, C-PTSD, FOCUS, MEDITATION, MINDFULNESS, PTSD, TRAUMA, UNDERSTANDING. 2 Comments
The Breathing Track
In its simplest (basic) form:
No thought, doubt, or emotion needed.*
Posted by Marty on June 16, 2012 at 2:48 pm
As everyone that follows this blog knows this model has been developed with trial and error and sitting with intention for simplicity and clarity.
This model and post have taken many many days of sitting and contemplating changes. The model doe not have the many things that confuse and conflict a novice.
What is not there is the most important. One, counting is a highly complex cognitive function. Nothing abstract is left. No unknown or questions like am I meditating.
It took me four years of sitting four hours a day to simplify this so you can master this easily and then apply it.
The breathing track and our breath now are isolated without thought, worry, doubt or concern.
Everyone can follow The breath around this small simple model. if you can do this and practice thn healing and improving are close behind.
if you are in therapy this model and your practice will benefit any therapy or stand alone and heal us in due time. After you learn this skill then you can add and expand you practice the way you would like.
Posted by Claire on February 23, 2013 at 12:28 pm
(Paperback) How refreshing, in today’s world of muti-tasking and over stluiiatmon, to hear a call for bringing the attention to a single point. This book is a great introduction to the time-honored practice of mindfulness. The methodology could be useful to anyone but Gina Biegel has applied it to the situations, concerns and stressors that today’s teens experience.
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