Shuddhaanandaa Brahamchari
Last week I shared with you the details of Daily Morning Practice for Self Management. Needless to emphasise the need for self management in the modern times of today. This series is to help you contemplate on these thoughts and meditate. Today I am sharing with you the importance of right breathing for self management.
Breathing and Meditation for Self Management 
Regardless of how much you pre-plan your day, though, the unexpected always happens. In the morning and whenever you are agitated, take the first free moment possible to center and balance yourself. Just sit with your back straight. The tip of nose and your naval should be aligned. Suggest relaxation to your body from the top of your head, every muscle in your face, neck, shoulders, hands, chest, abdomen, thighs, knees, calves, ankles, toes and the soles of your feet. Let your body receive your full, loving, attention, however briefly. Just drop everything else from your mind. Happyho also provide best Meditation classes and yoga classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
With your body relaxed, bring your mind to your nostrils. Take a few slow, deep breaths, consciously making them longer and deeper. Allow the abdomen to inflate as you breathe in and to deflate as you breathe out. With every breath, be aware that you are filling your body with infinite, cosmic energy, with the harmonies of the universal intelligence.
As you focus on your breath, begin to breathe normally.  Bring your mind to the rim of your nostrils and watch the air coming in and leaving. Let your focus be very deep. Let your mind surf the breath. Let it dissolve into the breath.  Experience deepening calmness and soothing relief as you become one with the breath.
Release any resentment about your work or daily activities and any politics and negativity at play there. Feel things are happening, as they have to happen. You are just watching, an observer, a witness. Withdraw from any judgments to cleanse your inner mind.  Affirm that all is well.