Pay Less Attention To Your Mind And More Attention To Your Body’s Breathing Or Sensations

There are many benefits to paying more attention to your body’s breathing or sensations. You become more present. You can see more moments. You can listen to what your body says to you. You become more in tune with the universe.

Your body can tell you many things that your mind can’t. For example, your body knows when someone’s energy is bad for you. It knows when the relationship is already over. It knows you are not facing your truth.

Your body often speaks to you through pain and discomfort. The more you pay attention to your body, the more you will suddenly know what a particular body pain means.

For example, neck pain usually means that you are not facing your truth. Lower back pain usually means that you are not dealing with certain emotions or lacking self-support and support from others.

When I don’t know how to answer someone’s question in the DM, I usually ignore the answer from my mind. I relax for a few minutes with my body. The answer usually pops up from the inside, and then I type it into the DM. The more I do this, the more I feel connected with the universe.

Your body will tell you not to interact with certain people or go into their timeline. Your body will tell you not to look at their Twitter AVI and read their tweets. Your body often talks to you, but you are not used to listening.

Start paying more attention to your body’s breathing or sensations. You will suddenly know what your body is saying to you. This is good for your healing process because your body can tell you about your mental blind spots. This is also a huge advantage today, as you can learn to use your body as a secondary mind.

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