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Exercises for embodiment

1 Lie down comfortably with your legs bent, feet about hip-width apart and head supported so the chin tucks lightly into the throat. If you’re tight in the lower back, place the feet wider, turn in the toes and drop the knees in toward each other. Find the foot placement where you don’t need any effort to rest there.

Place one hand on your belly, the other on your diaphragm at the lower ribs—where your shoulders and wrists can be fully comfortable. Tune into the movement of your breath at your belly; the rise on the inhale, fall on the exhale and any changes in breath that this awareness creates.

Release your lower jaw to allow any tension in the jaw and neck to

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