A Moment for Meditation

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Colleen Rose, Vedic Master & Founder of Yoga 360 says, “Whether you’re waiting for the bus with your kids and it’s getting a little frantic, or you’re sitting waiting for dinner to come and the waiter is a little late, this technique can be done all day long. This form of meditation allows us to just take a moment and come away from the stress that is happening in both the mind and the body and just find a little bit of peace.”

Rose also says one misconception about meditation is that when you meditate the thoughts go away, but in reality, your thoughts move on to something else.

Here’s a quick how- to with this Vedic Master:

  1. Close the eyes, we’re going to inhale to the count of 4.
  2. Hold your breath to the count of 4, exhale to 4, and hold it here at the bottom of your exhale for 4 seconds.
  3. Gently open your eyes.

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