A meditation to connect to the emotional body – the intuitive body – through visualization, self-inquiry, and Brahmari (bees breath).
Let’s welcome the transition into the darkness by connecting to the body’s wisdom.
This class may be done reclined or seated, using as many or few props as you prefer. Scroll down to see the journaling questions.
Focus: connect to the emotional/intuitive body.
Location: Vancouver, BC
Questions to sit with:
About Bhramari Breath
This style of pranayama has a calming effect on the mind and body. Brahmari is also known as bees breath, as it sounds like a bee humming when performed. Brahmari grounds the body to calm the nervous system and helps relieve stress, anxiety, or anger.
May you listen more attentively to the emotional/intuitive body. May you soften to receive its messages, do less, and listen more as we enter the darkness.
Learn more about the three brains (heart, belly, and mind) in this blog post.