(+) What does the inner breath feel like?

The inner breath is not restricted to be felt as a specific form, neither to only be felt inside. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The inner breath is not restricted to being something definitive, so it cannot be felt as something specific. It can be felt anywhere within its non definitive framework – whether that appears to be inside or outside your body – but never as if it is constantly the same. Yet it is constantly there.

The inner breath can be felt in many different ways within its non-definitive framework of a ball like thing, that passes through the head – or above it – and the stomach or below it. It can be felt both inside and outside of what you judge to be your body. Yet to the inner breath inside and outside is not separated.

An out-of-body experience presumes you believe, that you are a body, which is the opposite of experiencing the inner breath, as that is rather an in the body but not of it experience. It can be compared to a body wearing a coat. The body is in it but not of it.

Feeling it the inner breath is not an out-of-body experience, but rather an experience of being indifferent to the body as well as any other appearance – including your children and whatnot. This does not mean that you do not take care of the body, children and whatnot, but that it makes no difference, if doing so seems to pay off.

Having connected with the inner breath nothing appears disturbing, but trying to connect with it everything seems disturbing, because the purpose of trying is delaying, so you want to be disturbed.

The inner breath has no definitive center or anything else in a fixed position, so your experience of it may be different from mine. Maybe you primarily experience it in the stomach, in the chest or both inside and outside of your body within the non definitive borders of a ball. It may change from moment to moment, as  – unlike this image – it is not static. This image however illustrates when all its movements are experienced simultaneously, which feels as if the everything stands still.

The inner breath has no definitive centre or border or anything else in a fixed position. Everything is constantly moving, so the experience of it may change from moment to moment, as if it is in the stomach, in the chest or both inside and outside of the body within the non-definable framework of it. If your experience differ from the descriptions in this article, just go with the flow of it.

Feelings are not objective
If you are very future minded the inner breath may be felt as coming from a base in front of you, contrary to be felt as if coming from behind you if minded towards the past. And if you into the concepts of living in the now and being centred, it may be felt as it has a fixed centre. In other words, the experience of it is coloured by your conditioning.

This is not a problem though. The inner breath has no need to be acknowledged as something definitive, so it is indifferent to how you perceive it. Its sole function is to undo your conditioning, which it does by making you indifferent to the apparent differences in a world where there seems to be more than one, so it makes no difference whether you seem to experience the inner breath in the stomach, the chest, inside or outside of the body.

As the inner breath is not static, it is bound to be experienced differently from moment to moment and maybe in other ways than described in the below, so no matter in what way you feel it, just go with the flow. It is only in the world of the outer senses, that you need to do the right thing in order to feel different from those you judge to be wrong.

If, however, it seems difficult to feel the flow of the inner breath, you can start by replicating how Alexius, as described in the below, feel it. Replication is the way to learn something new. It is for example how we originally learned to walk and talk.

The inner breath is indifferent to all the apparent differences of the world, so the more you connect with it, the more you adapt to its indifference and the less you feel a need to appear as someone who makes a difference.

I am not a talented illustrator, so instead of making an illustration of the inner breath, I have manipulated an image found on the internet in order to give you an idea of the simultaneously movements inside it.

This is a scientific image found on the internet that I have manipulated in order to give you an idea of the simultaneously movements inside it.

A basic intro to the non definitive form of the inner breath
The inner breath has the form of a ball with lots of circles moving inside it, but contrary to what you see in the illustration to the right, it does not have a definitive centre or border. And there are a lot more circles inside of it than in the illustration – so many that there are no space between. Also, the circles are not empty. They all contain two yin yang like waves, looking a bit as in the next image.

Even though there appear to be many circles inside the non definitive boundaries of the inner breath, that are moving in each their own direction with each their own yin yang like formed waves inside them, they are actually fused into one movement of two waves moving in all directions – at bit like in the next animation or in the second to last animation of this article.

However, in a world where life seems to be divided into more than one, this is very difficult to comprehend, so most will probably not feel this fusion but instead the movement of one of the circles – most likely one that is circling from the abdomen or stomach around the back of the body to the top of the head or above it when breathing in, and from there going around the front the body and back to the stomach or abdomen, when breathing out.

This circular movement, that is called surfing the inner breath, can also be felt the other way around. The direction does not matter. What is important is to connect with the inner breath in whatever way you sense its flow, so that you become a vessel for it. Another common way to feel the inner breath is to feel the swing of it, which contrary to the circular movement is only felt inside the body.

Be aware though that feeling the inner breath as described in this article is only possible to the extent that you do not you care about being or having more in a so-called spiritual, mental, emotional or materialistic way.

The five main ways of feeling the inner breath
Sensing the operator of the inner breath (see the paragraph named the same) or the indifference of it (see the paragraph The inner breath is not the giver of joy and happiness but indifference) is a state of not knowing, whereas the rhythmic flow of it is a transparent feeling of tranquility and therefore indifference to separation.

The rhythm of the inner breath can be heard as a distant sound (see the paragraph The transparent sound of the inner breath) or felt inside the body (see the paragraph The swing of the inner breath), or sensed as if surfing two yin yang like waves inside and outside the body, see the next paragraph.

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Each of the circles in the non definitive ball of the inner breath consist of two yin yang like looking waves (but without the two holes), that are not fixed but moves in sync with breath – or rather the breath moves in sync with them. It is therefore not so much about following the rhythm of the breath but the flow of the inner breath, which may feel like surfing the outside sides of two yin yang like waves. The colours in this image only have an illustrative purpose.

Surfing the inner breath
As you can see in the illustration above to the right there are many circles inside the inner breath. What you cannot see though in this illustration is that the inner breath has no definitive border or centre and each of the non definitive circles has two non definitive waves to surf. The waves that look like two sides of an yin yang sign (but without the holes) like you see in the above image. Please notice that the colors in these two images only have an illustrative purpose. The same applies to the rest of the images of the inner breath.

When the breath is expanding the body, you surf the outside of the yellow wave, that starts from the abdomen or stomach and then go behind the body into the head or on top of it. From there you surf the outside of the blue wave in front of the body, when the breath is contracting the body, until you come back to the stomach or abdomen. That is if you are sensing the waves in a circle going from the back to the front of the body.

Besides surfing the waves in that circle, you can surf the waves in a circle going from the left to the right side of the body and anywhere in between these ´circles´. No matter what circle you are surfing, you mostly feel the waves outside the body. Though surfing the two waves follows the breath, it is not about being in synch with the rhythm of breath but to follow the flow of the waves, which will make you forget about the expansion and contraction of the body.

Maybe the most joyous way to go with the flow of the waves may be to go the whole way around one of them and then continue going the whole way around the other one in accordance with the extraction and contraction of the body, when it breathes in and out.

Should probably write in, that I have never been surfing in the world of the outer senses – only in the world of the inner senses, so it may not feel the same.

You can also surf the opposite way than described in the above. Going counterclockwise tends to lessen physical awareness, so this might speed up undoing the belief in being someone defined by time and space. As already said, there is no right way of doing it. Going with the flow is such a thrill, so you will soon be indifferent to what is right or wrong.

You cannot be someone definitive, when going with the flow of the inner breath, so the belief in being someone separated from the formlessness of that which is one is automatically undone.

Besides it is not like in the world of the outer senses, where a wrong movement, when surfing waves like these, could be fatal, so no need to think about it.

Going with the flow without knowing where and why.

Generally speaking you will as already stated mostly feel the flow of the waves in one circle – probably one going from the back to the front of the body or the other way around – but you can also jump from circle to circle or feel them all simultaneously. It is not important. Neither is it important to know all this.

As it takes more than one to feel something, it is only in a world where there seems to be more than one that feeling something is possible, so the more you are connected with the inner breath, the less you feel it.

I was not aware of the inner breath in such a detailed way as described here, before I started writing this article and took a closer look at it in order to pinpoint it for you. Normally I just go with the flow of it without thinking about directions and whatnot, as in my case its flow mostly results in a sense of indifference.

But if you want, it is possible to be a bit more choosy. You can surf both sides of just one of the waves in a circle, for example the wave in the back of you, if you seem to have problems with the past, or tend to be too much future oriented, or have a back pain that may benefit from being massaged by the inner breath. You can also surf a wave on top of you, if you tend to feel down, or a wave passing the abdomen, if you have a headache. To be more or less intuitive minded, you could surf one of the waves going sideways in relation to the body.

Even though there are many possibilities, it is not commendable to choose anything, but to go with the flow as it comes to you, as that sets the body free to heal itself (see the article The inner breath sets the body free). Neither is it commendable trying to capture all the details about the inner breath in this article, as an intellectual understanding will not help you to feel it. On the contrary.

You cannot illustrate the inner breath, as it has no definitive form. This animation, however, may give you an idea about the ´structure´ of the inner breath and the high frequency of its inner movement, which seems to originate from an yin yang like curved line – not just as curved though. It feels like, it is the swing of this floating line that expands and contracts the body, so that it breathes in and out. Unlike an yin yang sign the inner breath is not a flat circle with a curved line, but rather a ball wherein the curved line swings upwards and downwards as well as sideways, forwards and backwards and everything in between. Unfortunately the animation is not able illustrate that, neither how slow the swing of it actually feels in the body. Even though it extremely active inside the ball, the experience of it is that it has all the time in the world to expand and contract the body.

It is not possible to illustrate the swing of the inner breath, as it has no definitive form or movement. This animation, however, may give you an idea about how the swing of it feels as if it is coming from a non-definitive curved line, that is to be compared to the line in between the two forms of an yin and yang sign – but less curved. The swing of this ´line´ expands and contracts the body, so that it breathes in and out. But unlike in an yin yang sign the swing of the inner breath is not inside a flat circle but rather a non-definitive ball, wherein there are many circles with each their own the curved ´line´. Depending on where a circle is located in regards to the body the swing of the inner breath is experienced to swing upwards and downwards, sideways, forwards and backwards or anywhere in between. Unfortunately the animation is not able to really illustrate this, neither that though the swing of it is extremely powerful inside the non definitive ball, the experience of it is that it is not in no way in a hurry to expand and contract the body.

The swing of the inner breath
What is said in the above about surfing the waves of the inner breath is generally speaking also applicable to feeling the swing of it, except that it is felt solely inside the body, where the movement of the non-definitive curved line between the two waves is sensed as a swing, that extracts and contracts the body in a steady rhythmic flow of breathing in and out.

Due to the limited size of the body, this ´line´ is felt less curved and probably also shorter than when surfing the two waves, as described above, where it may not be sensed in a distinctive way, because the surfing is on the outside of the waves.

The steady swing of the inner breath, may seem to expand and contract the body slower than you were used to, when you imagined to breathe yourself. Yet it probably feels very powerful – so much indeed that in the beginning it is like the body does not have enough room for it – and maybe also as if the break in between expansion and contraction is too long.

Just like surfing the inner breath can be done with any of the circles within the non definitive borderline of the inner breath, the swing of it can be felt through the movement of the curved ´line´ in the ´centre´ any one of these ´circles´.

In other words, the curved ´line´ is not just pumping from the back to front in relation to the body but up and down, from side to side and everywhere in between, as you may sense in the illustration to the left. Though you can feel all these directions simultaneously, it may be so alien to you that you just like surfing the inner breath rather go in one direction at a time.

Personally I experience the swing of the inner breath merged into one simultaneously movement, that feels like no movement at all, when listening to the opening of the opera ´Ahhnaten´ by Philip Glass or his eighth symphony.

If you experience the swing of the inner breath in all its directions simultaneously, the fusion of them at first feels as if everything is spinning – see the speedy animation just below – but it quickly turns into a feeling of everything standing still – see the third image from here – and you feel breathless and indifferent to whatever you appear to be.

Connecting to the inner breath is fortunately not about perfection, as that requires much control and therefore blocks the inner breath to move on its own accord. The inner breath is always connected to you, but you cannot feel it if your purpose is to be someone definitive. In other words not being anybody the inner breath is not hidden. In fact it is very intense.

The swing of the inner breath is in no way felt as fast as the movements in this animation. It feels rather like a steady ongoing rhythm, that with much force expands and contracts the body. Yet the resulting breath in the body is often very subtle and probably felt to be much slower than you are used to. This is unlike the rush of energy, that you can sense within the non-definitive ball of the inner breath, which is the driving force behind the waves and the swing or sound of it. Even though the particles of this force is moving completely unstructured and at any speed, fast or slow – a bit like in this animation – within the non-definable framework of the inner breath, it is a subtle relief to merge with this apparent chaos, as that prevents you from focussing on anything specific and instead feel like if you are a fountain sparkling with joy.

The operator of the inner breath
Besides feeling the swing of the inner breath or as if you are surfing on the outer sides of two yin yang like waves in alignment with the extraction and contraction of the breath, you can also feel a constant rush of chaotic energy within the non-definitive framework of the inner breath. This energy does not follow the rhythm of the breath. Yet it is the force behind it – and feeling this you are very close to feeling the vibration that Aum and Sohang symbolises.

There are no rules, but it could very well be, that a take-off to the inner breath will take you to this aspect of the inner breath … and what a relief it is to swim in chaos instead of having to fit into the rigid world of the outer senses.

Feeling the source of the inner breath you are very close to feeling the vibration that Aum and Sohang symbolises. Read the article Life has no secrets to learn how to practically hear or feel this echo of that which is one coming from the edge of the universe.

The feeling of this chaotic energy is a subtle sense of being here, there and everywhere, or as if spinning through a world without physical limits – see the chaotic energy in the animation to the left. This rush of energy at the root of the inner breath moves independently of the rhythmic flow in the sound or swing of it or the surfing of its yin yang like waves. Yet, it is the force behind the rhythmic flow.

Unlike the swing of the inner breath but like surfing its waves, this force is felt both inside and outside of the body. It may even be easier to feel this non-rhythmic and very subtle feeling of energy outside the body, where the dense bodily feeling of a body is not an obstacle. When you do not try to get it, but go with its fleetness, it feels like you are a fountain of sparkling joy.

Sensing the fleetness of the inner breath outside of the body, you will automatically be taken inside it and from there expand into the rhythmic flow and/or the swing of it. The apparent chaos at the root of the inner breath is therefore a good starting point, if you want to feel the rhythmic flow of the inner breath, and it is most likely also there that you land after igniting a take-off to it.

If you out of habit try to focus on the inner breath, hearing the transparent sound of it or feeling its rhythmic flow it will be fenced off, so it may be easier to approach these aspects through the chaos at the root of the inner breath – whether sensed in front or back of the body, on top of it or all over – as that leaves nothing specifically for you to focus on, and so there is not something definitive to block out hearing or feeling the rhythmic flow of the inner breath.

Hearing/feeling the sound of the inner breath, you feel transparent, as if there is nothing to separate you from where you appear to be. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Hearing or feeling the sound of the inner breath, you feel transparent, as if there is nothing to separate you from the appearances the outer senses seem to manifest outside of you. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The transparent sound of the inner breath
Just like the rhythm of a bass is not only heard but also felt in the body, so is the sound of the inner breath. It sounds like ´so´ when it expands the body to breath in and ´ham´ when contracting it.

Sometimes this rhythmic sound of ´so-ham´ seems to come from the nose and sometimes from an undefined space in the back of the head, not as if it is inside it though, neither outside, because it is like the head never ends. At other times it seems to come from a distant space outside of you, as if the breath has nothing to do with the appearance of you in a body.

Feeling the sound of the inner breath is not way a powerful experience like feeling the rhythm of a bass in the body. It is rather as if you are nothing specifically – as if there is no definable border between the body and its apparent surrounding. A sofa for example does not seem to be differ from the body sitting in it. No words can describe how it is to not being defined as an appearance separated from other appearances and just being the transparent rhythmic sound of the inner breath.

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Do not get attached to the rhythm of the inner breath, because this rhythm will end when the body ends.

Do not get attached to the rhythm of the inner breath. A rhythm has a beginning and an end, so in order to not end with this rhythm when the body ends tune into the non rhythmic and very chaotic energy that generates the rhythm of the inner breath, or go with the indifference of it into the enlightenment of that which is one.

In a natural transition from the transparent sound of the inner breath you may flow into glimpses of the enlightenment of that which is one, which the visual minded will experience as visions of light and the auditory minded as ethereal harmonies. If you are more emotional minded, you may feel the vibration that Aum, Sohang and The Word of God symbolises or taste the sweetness of life.

Glimpses of for example the visual aspect of the enlightenment of that which is one will merge into one, if not interpreted as something specific. The same applies to the glimpses of the enlightenment that you hear, feel or taste. When you stop seeing, hearing, feeling or tasting anything the glimpses of each of these aspects of enlightenment merge into one with you not being different from that which is one.

More about the different aspects of the enlightenment of that which is one in the article Perceiving the world as symbols of the four aspects of enlightenment – or how to have glimpses of enlightenment.

The inner breath is not an appearance that can be fabricated by the manipulation of the breath or any other form of control.

Hearing or feeling the inner breath is not something that can be provoked by doing specific exercises. It is the other way around. When you are not looking for specific results, the inner breath can move on its own accord.

This is not to say, that techniques cannot be helpful in regards to tone down the outer senses, so that it is easier to get in tune with the inner breath. But unfortunately most forget, that just like hitting a remote control in order to turn on a specific piece of music has nothing to do with the sound of the music turned on, the techniques for toning down the outer senses have nothing to do with the sound of the inner breath – just like a bicycle has nothing to do with the place, it is transporting you to.

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Everything fabricated – like for example this illustration of an yin yang sign – is expected to have a perfect appearance, so that supplies the belief, that you are someone special. But this is not the purpose of The inner breath. On the contrary. Its purpose is to undo the belief, that you are someone at all, which it does by helping you to see, the apparent differences in the world do not make a difference. Due to this indifference it does not matter, if something appears to be perfect or not.

It is not about perfection
If you want to appear as someone important in the low-frequency world of the outer senses you need to look perfect, but in the high frequency world of the inner senses there is nothing important to be, so no perfection is needed – neither to feel the inner breath, which is the meeting point between those two worlds. All that is needed to feel it, while appearing to be in the world of the outer senses, is that your intention is not to appear as someone specific.

When people tell you to slow down and relax, they take away your only way to relaxation, because that comes from speeding up thoughts and feelings to the point where they can be used as a take off to the inner breath, that will synchronise the low-frequency world of the outer senses with the high frequency world of the inner senses, so that speedy thoughts and feelings are not felt to cause stress but tranquility. See this illustrated here.

Whatever seems to disturb you in the low-frequency world of the outer senses will not stress you anymore, when the inner breath synchs it with the high-frequency world of the inner senses – and so you slowly but surely become indifferent to your interpretation of you and others in the world of the outer senses.

Once connected with the inner breath – even just for a split second – you are embraced by it, and no matter if you are aware of it or what you seem to think, feel or do, it remains your guide. In other words, to forget the inner breath does not change anything, except that you will not feel the lightness of its indifference until you again ignite a take-off to it.

At times you may feel so pissed, that you do not want the guidance of the inner breath, because you know it will make you indifferent to the perceived injustice from those you blame for pissing you off, so you actively override its flow* in order to make sure that those you have judged to be wrong will get their punishment.

But what you want for others is what you get yourself, so you may be the one suffering the most. That is until you have had enough of trying to manipulate the world into appearing the way you have decided it to be and instead use your frustrations to ignite a take-off to the inner breath.

The swing of the inner breath may be experienced abruptly – like in this animation but probably a lot slower – in a s body with muscles problems from for example psoas or diafragma. There is no reason though trying to make it swing more smoothly by improving the condition of the body. The inner breath always adjust itself to the current condition of the body, so no matter how it moves it results in the same joy, providing you are not looking to be perfect.

In a sick body the swing of the inner breath may be experienced in bursts – a bit like in this animation but probably slower – but no matter how constraint the swing of it is experienced, the connection with it will always entail indifference – and therefore also to how it is experience or if it is experienced at all.

Possible reasons for not feeling connected
Not being able to feel the swing of the inner breath may be due to trying to hard, focussing on it, or thinking that it belongs to you instead of the other way around. In these cases you are trying to fabricate a specific feeling yourself, and so the ever-changing feeling of the inner breath cannot be given to you. The same applies, if you try to override it* by shortening the breath, taking a deep breath, pushing it or holding it back once in a while, so that you seem to be able to make your own plans, as if you are an autonomous being.

The feeling of the inner breath – either the swing of it, surfing its waves, the sparkling force behind these rhythmic movements or the transparency of its sound – is not a feeling that can be fabricated like for example a romantic evening generated by candles, special clothes, music and red wine. Fortunately the feeling of the inner breath needs not to be fabricated. In fact, you feel it, when you are not busy trying to produce a special feeling.

Please do not take the comparison of the inner breath to an yin yang sign too literally. An yin yang sign is all too simplified to really illustrate the inner breath.Yet it might give you an idea about the inner breath, which can also be compared to a spiral like the galaxy in this image, that the stylish yin yang sign might a simplified version of.

Please do not take the comparison of the inner breath to an yin yang sign too literal. An yin yang sign is all too simplified to really illustrate the inner breath, which rather is to be compared to the galaxy in this image. Maybe the yin yang sign originally was a simplified illustration of such a galaxy.

The inner breath never feels the same
Even though the inner breath seems to produce a constant rhythm of expansion and contraction in the body, your experience of it may not be that it is consistent. And you are right. The inner breath is not consistent. It has no such need. Only those believing to be somebody definitive need to be consistent, and as the inner breath does not believe to be something definitive, it has no such need.

The inner breath can be compared to my cats. They are definitely not are mine but their own. We are not together in the way I imagine a relation. Nevertheless I can always count on them to be in the house or close to it, so when I call on them, they always come to say hello.

With the inner breath every moment feels as if a new present is opened – but there is no way to know what is inside it before opening it.

The energy at the root of the inner breath may be experienced a bit like this, but in less defined forms and colors.

The energy at the root of the inner breath may be experienced a bit like this, but in less defined forms and colors.

Likewise I can always count on the inner breath, that even though it solely moves on its own accord is always to be felt in one way or the other. Maybe I will experience it via several times in a row going up on just one of its waves, where after I may feel the swing of it just inside the head, and then continue to go up and down both of its waves.

After igniting a take-off to the inner breath, I mostly land in its very fast and chaotic energy at the root of it, which feels like freedom compared to the rigid world of the outer senses. Going to bed it may be the transparency of its sound that comes to me. . But most times I just feel the indifference of the inner breath, and that can hardly be called a feeling, as nothing seems to matter.

The inner breath is not the giver of joy and happiness but indifference
The nature of the inner breath is not happiness but indifference, and as this releases you from the boundaries of a world defined by time and space, it may feel like as if you are in a merry-go-round world.

The inner breath gives you nothing but indifference, which is no different from life, because it is indifferent to death or any other concept.

The inner breath gives you nothing but indifference, ergo it gives you nothing but life, as that is formless and consequently indifferent to death or anything else appearing as if it has a form.

The inner breath is indifferent to differences, so if you do not fence it off by trying to exclude what you judge as negative in order to appear as if you are only positive, whatever you seem to feel will be interpreted by the indifference of the inner breath. Consequently to feel happy or sad is the same. Not in the sense that happiness and sadness feels the same, but in the sense that the apparent difference makes no difference.

Yet no feeling lasts, so if you hang onto the feeling of happiness instead of going with the flow of indifference, your merry-go-round world will not last but be replaced by a sad and lonely world, so that it seems you have lost the connection with the inner breath. But this is only so, because you mistook the inner breath for the giver of happiness instead of indifference. If you stick to the latter, it makes no difference if you seem to feel happy or sad.

It is not possible to illustrate the inner breath in its totality. This yon yang animation (please abstract from the holes) though may give you an idea of the simultaneously movement of the two waves inside the inner breath.

It is not possible to illustrate the inner breath in its totality. But this yin yang animation (please abstract from the holes as there are no holes in the inner breath) may give you an idea of the simultaneously movement of the two yin yang like waves inside it.

The connectedness with the inner breath is a state of not knowing
The connection with the inner breath is a state of not knowing, so there is no awareness of separation. That is why the apparent difference between past, now and future or you and me does not make a difference. But observing it in order to describe it, the connection with it seems to disappear. Hence this article is a compilation of many short observations.

If the resulting descriptions seem patchy and you are a bit confused after having read them consider using the confusion to ignite a take-off to the inner breath. See Take-offs to the inner breath and How to ignite take-offs to the inner breath.

Remember that just like the experience of an orgasm is a very personal thing, so is the experience of the connectedness with the inner breath, even though what you experience is not personal and that you are actually not conscious about the experience, because the result of it is indifference it.

In other words, the connectedness with the inner breath is a state of not knowing, so the feeling of it is rather a memory. Hence your memories may be different from the above descriptions. If still confused mail me and maybe I am be able to help you, help yourself tuning into it.

*) You can read more about overriding the natural flow in the articles Thoughts do not come from you, they come from The CloudA person is to be compared to a machine following preprogrammed movements, or To accept yourself is to not accept being someone definitivePlease be aware that these articles are written before the introduction of the inner breath in Alexius´ Enlightened Non Teachings, so they are not about the inner breath as such. Still the subject is overriding the natural flow by following your own plans to appear as someone special instead of living an effortlessly life as nobody. 


The look of these sound waves reminds me in some ways of how it feels to be connected with the inner breath.

The look of these sound waves reminds me of how the connectedness with the inner breath sometimes feels.

NOTES ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATIONS
I searched the web for animations and still photos to illustrate the different movements of the inner breath, as I experience them. Yet I do not know, if the colors in the illustrations are simulating it, as I mostly feel and hear the inner breath. Neither do I know if the illustrators had the inner breath in mind, when they made these images – but probably not. Most likely they are meant to illustrate something scientific.

The animations – except the three last ones – are grabbed from Electromagnetic Plasma Energy Light.

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

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