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Old April 19th, 2012, 16:14   #1 (permalink)
tarun (Offline)
Join Date: Apr 2012
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Wink Neck tension with breathing

The thing with me is that as soon as i start to meditate i used to get severe tension in my neck, however after browsing a bit, i have found the tension due to forcing my breath. And apparently i should just let go and drop my chest when exhaling to prevent any tension is that right.? And lastly I’ve read that when inhaling my shoulders shouldn’t go up and when exhaling my head should remain straight without tilting down.

So if i allow the breathing to happen naturally, just being aware of it, and drop my chest letting the air rush out when i exhale without forcing i won’t experience any further neck tension right? as well as my head remaining straight without tilting down when exhaling right?

And lastly is there anything else that's needed?
Thank you
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