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the CIRCLE BREATH
In this meditative practice, one visualizes a horizontal circle of light above the head and mentally traces the circle while very subtly and gently breathing in and out through the nose (NN). To begin with, the circle is visualized as perhaps 50 cm above the head, but it rises as the practice continues. The point of concentration begins at the front, and moves around the right side to the back during the inhalation; during the exhalation it proceeds from the back around the left side to the front. As the figure of the circle offers no particular point in which the direction changes, so the breath also changes direction from inhalation to exhalation and back again, without notice.

Visualisation: tracing the circumference of a luminous circle lying horizontally above the head.

Attunement: Divine Light

Pattern and Rhythm: NN, inhalation and exhalation are equal.
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In this meditative practice, one visualizes a horizontal circle of light above the head and mentally traces the circle while very subtly and gently breathing in and out through the nose (NN). To begin with, the circle is visualized as perhaps 50 cm above the head, but it rises as the practice continues. The point of concentration begins at the front, and moves around the right side to the back during the inhalation; during the exhalation it proceeds from the back around the left side to the front. As the figure of the circle offers no particular point in which the direction changes, so the breath also changes direction from inhalation to exhalation and back again, without notice.

Visualisation: tracing the circumference of a luminous circle lying horizontally above the head.

Attunement: Divine Light

Pattern and Rhythm: NN, inhalation and exhalation are equal.
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