The centering practice guides you to experience your whole self, embodied and in the physical world, belonging and being connected. You also become more emotionally and spiritually present.
When you find yourself caught in your head, “lost” in thought, take a breath and re-center to come back into connection and presence. As a daily practice, simply breathing into your length, width, depth and what you care about will become second nature to you, wherever you are.
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