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Breath Exercise: Rhythmic Breathing - Tibetan Breathing Rhythm

Breathe in through the nose for a slow count f of 8. Hold for a count of 32. Breathe out through the nose for a slow count of 16. Continue for several minutes, with no pause after the exhale. Be free to experiment with rhythms what matters is settling into a soothing, calming flow. Rhythmic breathing is also great while walking (timed by your steps), running, biking, and most other forms of exercise.
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Breathwork Exercise: Rhythmic Breathing Exercise - Ancient, calming and centring

A steady, controlled breathing rhythm over a sustained period can have a calming, centring, and energizing effect for the breather.

This style of breathing exercise has been practised for centuries by shamans, meditators and layperson alike.

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