Take-offs to the inner breath

You can use anything that seems to speed you up – whether it appears to be positive or negative – as a take-off to the inner breath. The animation is grabbed from the web.

You can use anything that seems to speed you up – whether it appears to be positive or negative – as a take-off to the inner breath. The animation is grabbed from Ello.

Both success and failure in the world of the outer senses tend to speed up thoughts, which is counterproductive in regards to your wellbeing, unless the speed is used as a take-off to the inner breath, which feels like crossing a bridge, that is not there, to the indifference of the inner breath.

A car is difficult to control at high speeds and so are thoughts. You could die from not being able to control a car, and by not controlling thoughts the ego will surely die. Fortunately the inner breath takes over when thoughts seem to run freely in all directions without you trying to organise them.

In other words, what seems to be too much speed for your wellbeing in the world of the outer senses is great as a take-off to the inner breath, which automatically synchronise the world of the outer senses with the inner ones, that vibrates on a much faster frequency so speedy thoughts do not seem disturbing anymore. That is, if you do not try to control or stop the speed of thoughts in the world of the outer senses.

Speed of thoughts is very beneficial in regards to connecting with the inner breath. That is, if the speed is confusing and not directed against something to make better, because the inner breath makes you indifferent to differences.

If you want to connect with the inner breath, do not try to collect data from this article into something meaningful, but go with confusion and uncertainty. The animation is grabbed from Ello.

If you want to connect with the inner breath, do not try to collect data from this article into something meaningful, but go with confusion and uncertainty. The animation is grabbed from Ello.

It is important not to follow what you may consider to be your own pace. On the contrary – it is all too slow. Also, do not try to process what you read now, but keep going with the speed of thoughts and/or emotions until the inner breath is reached, which it is when you feel the body expanding all by itself. That takes less time than reading this paragraph.

Stillness is not required for connecting with the inner breath, but it is a result of it
The new age ideas about stillness and taking it easy do not lead to the inner breath, as those ideas are based on excluding something, which only can be carried out by exercising control and the the inner breath moves only on its own accord.

To go slow in the world of the outer senses is not about speed but going with the indifference of the inner breath, because then nothing feels as if it is too fast – just like you do not feel like moving too fast, when you are comfortable sitting in the seat of an airplane, that is flying fast and high up in the sky.

But through the connection with the inner breath you automatically experience stillness or rather to be equable, because you are indifferent to contrasts. And as the world is in the eye of the beholder, you see a world of stillness. That being said, the inner breath intensify your sensibility, so there may be a transition period, where every tiny bit of noise, that appears to come from outside of you, seems very annoying.

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Confusion functions great as a take-off to the inner breath. That is unless you try to clarify what is going on. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

To use speedy thoughts as a take-off to the inner breath, your involvement in the world of the outer senses has to slow down. This is not a matter of movement, neither of mental or emotional activity, but simply that it does not make a matter, if you get more possessions, power, love, freedom, wisdom and whatnot. When there is no goal – or rather attachment to it – there is not someone with a need to control the outcome of things, and so the way is paved for the inner breath.

But do not worry. If you feel there are goals that you must obtain, no need to fight it. Instead include your urge for something specific because when not excluded there is nothing to correct and therefore nothing to control, which means there is nothing to hold back the flow of the inner breath.

Instead of finding an outlet for feelings of anger keep it inside until it all as gentle explosion at the top of your head ignites the inner breath. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Instead of finding an outlet for feelings of anger keep them inside until the gentle explosion of them at the top of your head sets you off to the inner breath. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The take-off to the inner breath may be experienced to ignite in the top of the head, so instead of getting upsetting thoughts and feelings out of it by projecting them at somebody else, let them accumulate until the gently explosion of them extends out of it and the inner breath welcomes you by expanding the body with fresh air. Any tensions in the body can be used for this build up – for example hay fever.

This is just as easy as to follow the flow of erotic energy into specific parts of your body and having it built up there until it explodes and you feel released. If you want you can direct erotic energy to the inner breath instead, but an orgasm may as well connect you with it.

Anything, whether judged to be positive or negative, can be used as fuel for a take-off to the inner breath
Any intense meeting or experience in the world can be used as a take-off to the inner breath, for example intense sex with another – or imagined with another. Feeling confused also works fine, provided it is included unedited. The same applies to pain, that as a side effect, just like confusion, fades out when included.

Inclusion leads to a perfect moment*, so does seeing everything in the world as a symbol of that which is life – and in a perfect moment you cannot help but to connect with the inner breath.

The less you know what and where you are, the more you connect with the inner breath. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The less you know what and where you are, the more you connect with the inner breath.The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The more something seems to speed up inside or outside of you, the harder it is control, that the special image you have fabricated of yourself is kept together as intended.

In other words, the more the speed of thoughts or emotions built up, the less you know what and where you are – and the less you know that, the easier it is to feel the connection with the inner breath … and feeling it is the best introduction you can get.

If you are a bit frustrated and think my first full article about the inner breath lacks a decent introduction and precise explanation of what it is and feels like, use the frustration as a take-off to the inner breath and feel a big smile expanding your body and/or like being a fountain of joy. There are many ways of feeling the inner breath, but for now just thrust the flow of the inner breath as it presents itself to you.

You may not feel it in the exciting ways described in the article What does the inner breath feel like? In fact you may not feel anything at all, as its main attribute is indifference, which though it is not exciting is such a relief, that you cannot help but smile.

Be aware, that the take-off to the inner breath will only work to the extent, you do not care about being or having more in a so-called spiritual, mental, emotional or materialistic way.

Are you are still confused and do not feel the connectedness with the inner breath, check my first article mentioning it, namely INTRO: The inner senses, enlightenment of that which is one and glimpses of it or the two previous articles – or go on reading the next one How to ignite take-offs to the inner breath.

If you prefer a more general information about the inner breath check the articles The ins and outs of the inner breath and The nature of the inner breath.


*) Hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is a perfect moment and hack #3.5 Inclusiveness is pure bliss.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #4-7.4 The inner breath automatically synchs the outer and inner senses.


 The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The graphic is grabbed from the web.

ON A PERSONAL NOTE
The above way to connect with the inner breath is deduced from how I connect with it, and as the one and only feature of the inner breath is indifference, I suppose it works for you as well.

How I ended up deducing the way described here, I do not know. Must have been the guidance of the inner breath. But I know from testing it before writing this article, that it works immediately. By using anything that seems to irritate or excite me as fuel for a take-off the inner breath, it takes no time before the feeling of connectedness makes me indifferent to whatever seems to happen, while I sit in a bus, walk down a noisy street or whatnot.

No need to repeat a mantra, having positive thoughts, being in the now, in special surroundings or with special people in order to connect with the inner breath. Neither to stop thoughts, in fact they are the fuel for the take-off. One thing though helps, namely the willingness to not be someone definitive at all, so that you can function as vessel for the inner breath instead of the ego.

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