The Pauses, the transitions, the pauses, transitions, the pauses, transitions are very very important as focus!!!!!!!!!


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The two flat arches or curves are the transitions, the pauses at the end of the exhale and inhale.
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They are like suspended animation, our body is in a state of nothing going on, no breath, just quiet, peace.
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The breath is in the midst of change, ending one piece, inhale or exhale, to be able to start the next action.
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In these moments of suspension or freeze, the pauses can expand and open up.
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keen insight into our inner world can be observed, while the body pauses and thought has faded.
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These pauses can be accentuated, lengthened to focus more attention on these spaces.
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Observe the inhale, feel the cool air pass through the nostrils until we transition to the pause, that quiet space before we start the exhale.
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like a sheet of a masters symphony, the pauses between notes make the piece eloquent, not a bunch of noise joined together.
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The pauses balance the breath with appropriate time spent at each pause. This supports the balance between mind-body connection.
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Extend the pauses and pay close attention, feel, observe the silence, the sound of the inner space.
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Develop a deeper knowing, being, by practicing daily.
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have fun and play with your practice, experiment, try new things, go deeper, commit to sit one extra time a day, a week.
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