• Meditations,  Sound work

    Have a hard time meditating? Try Alternate Nostril Breathing

    Alternate Nostril Breathing is a simple, yet powerful, technique for centering and grounding yourself. You breathe in one nostril and breathe out the other 10 times and then switch nostrils. This is the hand position you use. The index and middle fingers are placed on your forehead, between your eyebrows – a location that is called your ‘third eye’. Your ring and pinky finger press one nostril, and your thumb alternately presses the other. There are variations of alternate nostril breathing that you can find in books and on the internet. I am only going to present the one that I was taught and that I use. Sit in a…