Breathing Techniques – Cosmic Purple Breath

Filed in Breath Work by on January 16, 2009 4 Comments

Breath if the vital force that sustains life. The very air we breathe is full of brilliant light and colors. To practice color breathing in a deep, rhythmic way, visualize the color rays coming from the sun’s life force. While absorbing large quantities of pure air raise our bodily vibrations, which in turn encourages vitality and a healthy mind and body. Color breathing has been used successfully for centuries for health and healing and for the purpose of support in our daily activities.

When practicing the following techniques always remember to breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth.

Cosmic Purple Breath

This breathing technique will allow you to go walkabout into the universe. It is a splendid way of harnessing life’s energy force of breath to move you into the celestial realms. This process of breath control encourages you with each expansion and contraction to move more fully into this life, allowing you to stay in the moment.

Stage One; In Breath

1.    Lie down and focus on your own natural breathing, imagining the air filled with violet-purple.

2.    Hold the next in-breath and explore the space where you have stopped. Dare to move into the
U-bend place, if only for a few seconds.

Stage Two: Out Breath

3.    Release your breath and on completion of expelling the air, wait in this place of turning around to see where it leads you, before you fill your lungs again.

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  1. Paul says:

    Hi… I have experienced the purple breath many times. I actually named it the purple breath on my own a long time ago. I am glad we are in sync.

    The “purple” feeling lasts on a few seconds, and I am at peace in a way that I have never before experienced. BUT–I am afraid to let go. I feel as though pushing it will lead me to death simply due to a lack of oxygen in my brain.

    Your thoughts?
    Peace
    Paul

  2. patricia says:

    You should only hold your breath for 7 seconds. Not a good idea to hold it any longer.

    Lots of Love
    Patricia

  3. Diane Sonuga says:

    I also discovered this by chance, when I had a lung problem making it painful to breathe deeply. If I imagined the air entering my chest was purple, I found I could breathe deeply without pain. I thought maybe it’s something about the colour influencing the type and depth of breath.
    Diane

  4. patricia says:

    Purple is a lovely colour to use with breathing techniques. It is both a spiritual colour as well as a healing colour. It would work on the lungs very well. Thank you for your comments. Love and Light Patricia

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