Breathing meditation is the basis for Abraham Hicks’s famous book, Think and Grow Rich. This may be his most well-known book, but it is definitely his most profound. In this classic work, he offers readers a simple and powerful set of exercises to help them achieve an abundance mind. With an abundance mind, you will discover secrets to living a rich, fulfilled life – secrets that have been handed down through the ages by wise men and women. Through these exercises, Hicks hopes to teach people just how they can begin to tap into this abundance of wealth.
What Is Breathing Meditation
Breathing meditation is easy to do. It involves taking slow, controlled, breaths as you visualize every fiber of your being – including all of your organs and glands – to fill up with positive thoughts and feelings. At first, this may seem like little more than wishful thinking. But when you keep doing it, your ability to focus improves, your emotions improve, and your body can begin to respond to your thought, producing the physical results you desire.
Like many of the ancient techniques used by the spiritually or maharishi alike, Abraham Hicks’ breathing meditation technique relies on visualization in order to achieve the benefits you seek. The difference between this technique and other similar programs is that Abraham Hicks has devised his own method for using visualization. While other programs rely on repetition, Abraham Hicks uses meditation to expand the conscious mind beyond the limits of normal human perception. This allows you to see things you might never have seen before.
Benefits Of Breathing Meditation
Breathing meditation requires no extra effort. Anyone can learn it and begin using it immediately. As long as you can control your breathing and can quiet your mind, you can use this technique anytime you need to calm yourself.
Although Abraham Hicks uses the word “breath” in his writing, he does not stress the importance of the word to the student of meditation. It is just a tool to help focus yourself and bring about a deeper awareness of your body, mind, and spirit. In fact, many of the exercises suggested in the Breathing meditation CD by Abraham Hicks are activities that you would already be doing anyway without the reading of his book.
One activity suggested in the Breathing meditation CD includes a relaxation exercise designed to open up the muscles of the diaphragm so they will more easily accept deeper breaths. Another recommended exercise, called the abdominal breathing exercise, consists of repeating a phrase while taking gradual, controlled breaths. You should also learn how to relax your mind by focusing all your attention on something, like a toothbrush or a button on a shirt. This will allow your mind to become still. Another exercise suggested in the book is an exercise that you can do by yourself.
Abraham Hicks Ideas For Meditation
The exercises described in the Breathing meditation CD focus on the five elements: Chakra, Root Chakra, Heart Chakra, Solar Plexus, and Throat Chakra. Each of these areas has its own specific energy center (or chakra) associated with it, and certain techniques will activate each chakra at a particular time while you are breathing deeply and watching your abdomen expand in size. Abraham Hicks describes the process of expanding your abdomen and allowing it to fill with air as follows: imagine a bag slowly filling with air. Now close your eyes and envision the same process occurring in your chest and then out your nostrils.
Abraham Hicks has written a very interesting book that introduces a series of breathing exercises to enhance one’s state of mind and body. I believe the best way to use this kind of breathing exercise, however, is to take advantage of the CD’s breathing meditation that focuses on your breath as a vehicle for transformation. If you choose to read this book instead of listening to it, I highly recommend that you follow the instructions provided in the Breathwork meditation CD. The CD is available at my website in my reference materials section.