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From: Kez in England (
Subject: Re: Breathing
Date: September 8, 2004 at 11:42 am PST

In Reply to: Breathing posted by Rocket Scientist on September 8, 2004 at 5:34 am:

I tried the breathing with the opening and closing of my eyes last night before I went to sleep and it could be a coincidence but I slept better than I have for quite a few weeks, and I woke up with a clearer head than usual. This could also be down to the raw foods I've been eating lately. I also tried the breathing this morning.

In the space between the exhale and the inhale, would you suggest I should concentrate on anything in particular. I keep find myself looking into my head, I suppose I'm really trying to find my third eye again. Maybe I should try to think of nothing, or maybe I should think of a ball of light or something like that.

For some reason it's been really easy to eat raw foods for the last month. I've tried on and off for years to get into eating raw but I would always go back to cooked food, but it feels like I'm in somebody else's body lately, as I don't at all crave cooked food during the day. It seemed to happen almost overnight. I have cooked food in the evening, but don't ever binge out now on junk like I used to. The other night I was feeling really low so I decided I was going to have loads of tortilla crisps with salsa whilst watching t.v., but when I looked at the packet I just couldn't face eating them, not because I was wondered about my health, but my body just didn't at all want them.

My head is so much clearer when I eat raw, and I feel like something is guiding me to do this. But I don't feel any calmer when my children are around. I'd love to feel so calm that I can tell my children off without shouting at them, even as I type now my youngest is making silly noises over and over and I find myself answering him in a very terse voice. Maybe by meditating I will feel calmer even in stressful situations.

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