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Instant Yoga Using M-M Practice

4 Second to M-M Heart & Mind into Alignment


Practice Mind-Move for Instant Yoga Effects

  • Discover Breathe to learn how to practice Instant Yoga with M-M.

YOGA

  1. Learn to practice Yoga postures and breathing techniques.
  2. Learn to move your awareness out of your thinking mind and into your body.
  3. Learn to easily keep your awareness in your body and out of your thinking mind.
  4. Learn to move your awareness out of your body and into your sensing mind.
  5. Learn to easily keep your awareness in your sensing mind and out of your body.

INSTANT YOGA

  1. Learn the practice of Mind-Moving (M-M) by reading Breathe.
  2. Use M-M to move your awareness out of your thinking mind directly into your sensing mind through your body.

MESSAGES

  • My awareness works better in my body than in my thinking mind.
  • My awareness works best when in my sensing mind.

Diagram of the 3 Parts of Yoga Practice

Breath, Posture, Mind

Yoga Breath Posture Mind Diagram


Related Pages

  1. Breathe: Coherence Is the Goal
  2. Breathe: New Diagram of Looping, Trapped & Stuck
  3. Breathe: New Technique for Mind-Move Using 5TP
  4. Breathe: New Technique for Mind-Move (ARE)
  5. Breathe: New Technique for Mind-Move (SOP)
  6. Breathe: Relax & Regain Composure in 4 Seconds
  7. Breathe: Supplemental Information
  8. Breathe: Video Demonstration of Mind-Move on YouTube
  9. Coping Skills: Yoga for Coping & More

Book cover for "Breathe Your Mind"


Quotations from Various Sources

Organized Alphabetically

“Anxiety cannot provide security.” —Kevin Everett FitzMaurice

“Anxiety is to warn not to perform.” —Kevin Everett FitzMaurice

“Convince yourself that worrying about many situations will make them worse rather than improve them.” —Albert Ellis and Robert A. Harper, A Guide to Rational Living, Third Edition, p. 174

“For what glory is it, if, when ye be buffeted for your faults, ye shall take it patiently? but if, when ye do well, and suffer for it, ye take it patiently, this is acceptable with God.” —I Peter 2:20

“In fact, most of what we call anxiety is overconcern about what someone thinks of you.” —Albert Ellis and Robert A. Harper, A Guide to Rational Living, Third Edition, p. 163

“The great majority of the things we now make ourselves panicked about are self-created ‘dangers’ that exist almost entirely in our own imaginations.” —Albert Ellis and Robert A. Harper, A Guide to Rational Living, Third Edition, p. 171

“Underneath dysfunctional anxiety is insecurity.” —Kevin Everett FitzMaurice

“Worry itself is one of the most painful conditions.” —Albert Ellis and Robert A. Harper, A Guide to Rational Living, Third Edition, p. 165

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