anatomy of diaphragmatic breathing

come to a relaxed but attentive position. after your next exhale, notice your inhale entering your lungs and slightly expanding the diaphragm below it. feel this breath as it expands your belly slight. allow your body to relax further and notice the breath leaving the body, slowly from belly to diaphragm to lungs.

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