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How to Chill (Daily Chill)

How to Chill (Daily Chill)

 

Chillout: Sit quietly, watch your breath, and repeat to yourself: soft belly, soft breath, soft belly, soft breath. Do this until you are completely chilled.

 

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Ed and Deb Shapiro

You can learn more in our book, Be The Change: How Meditation Can Transform You and the World, forewords by the Dalai Lama and Robert Thurman, with contributors Marianne Williamson, Jane Fonda, Ram Dass, Byron Katie and others. Our 3 meditation CD’s: Metta—Loving kindness and Forgiveness; Samadhi–Breath Awareness and Insight; and Yoga Nidra–Inner Conscious Relaxation, are available at: EdandDebShapiro.com

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6:43PM PDT on May 5, 2013

very nice thanks

12:10AM PDT on Mar 18, 2013

Thanks.

4:33AM PST on Jan 1, 2013

Nice!!

5:41PM PST on Dec 12, 2012

Always good -- thanks.

8:17AM PST on Dec 6, 2012

good to remember

9:28PM PST on Nov 21, 2012

Thank you :)

3:23AM PST on Nov 21, 2012

Thank you for sharing.

5:16PM PST on Nov 16, 2012

essential to remember

4:42PM PDT on Oct 14, 2012

Thank you

6:08AM PDT on Aug 30, 2012

"Sit quietly, watch your breath, and repeat to yourself: soft belly, soft breath, soft belly, soft breath. Do this until you are completely chilled." So Nice !

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