1. Inhale through the nose for a count of four (4).
2. Exhale through the nose for a count of four (4).
3. You can either sit cross-legged, lie flat on your back, or stand in a tree pose.
4. This way of breathing reduces stress while increasing focus.
Wim Hof Breathing
1. Sit or lie on your back in a comfortable place.
2. Inhale and exhale powerfully through the mouth for a count
of thirty (30) or forty (40).
3. Fully inhale without fully exhaling.
4. Feel your belly rise and fall with each power breath.
5. In the last breathing cycle, exhale fully, all the way out,
and keep your breath for two (2) minutes, if possible.
6. Inhale fully through the mouth and hold the air in for a count
of ten (10) or fifteen (15) seconds.
7. That completes Round 1.
8. Do Round 2 and 3 in the same way.
9. You can also do Round 4, if you feel you can.
10. Always listen to your body and intuition.
11. After completing the Wim Hof breathing technique, you can meditate for at least five (5) minutes, if you feel like it.
1. Come into a cross-legged position, wrists on your knees, index fingers under your thumb tips.
2. Inhale deeply through your nose.
3. Hold your breath for 5 seconds.
4. Set any intention you want. (your personal mantra)
5. Seal it mentally while holding your breath.
6. Exhale powerfully through the mouth.
7. Hold your breath for 5 seconds.
8. Inhale long through the nose once more.
9. Hold your breath for a count of 5.
10. Repeat your personal mantra again.
11. Release your good energy into the Universe.
12. Exhale deeply through the mouth.
13. Hold your breath while counting to 5.
14. Do this intention-setting exercise 3 times.
15. Come back to normal breathing.
16. Give thanks to the Universe for this exercise.
17. Relax your mind.