Three minute breathing & visualising

Has a cooling, calming effect, settles the mind into clarity.

Follow these instructions or plug in your headphones, click on the link below and be guided through.


Close your eyes, focus at the point between your eyebrows, and take three deep breaths, inhaling and exhaling through the nose, each time watching the breath as it starts in the belly and rises up to the collar bones.

Take three more deep, long, slow breaths, bring your mind to a problem you need to resolve, a challenge you need to address. Shine a bright light on it in your mind’s eye and then slowly dim the light down into darkness.

Now start to inhale through the mouth, rolling your tongue if you can, otherwise simply inhale across the tongue with your mouth open. Close your mouth, exhale through your nose, continue like this for one minute.

Start breathing in and out through the nose, take a deep inhale and hold for 15 seconds, then exhale and do this two more times. start to breathe normally and slowly open your eyes.

Some clients do this before important meetings, others do it on their way home. Both report increased levels of calm and positive energy that help them achieve what they set their minds to.

Conscious breathing combined with visualisation increases the flow of oxygen to the brain, supports the parasympathetic nervous system, reduces stress and imprints the problem in your mind for the subconscious to work on.

If you would like to receive another short exercise, email me.

To find out how we help organisations support their staff wellbeing to improve performance, have a look at our website or get in touch on 0787 966 6921.

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