"The autonomic nervous system (ANS or visceral nervous system or involuntary nervous system) is the part of the peripheral nervous system that acts as a control system that functions largely below the level of consciousness to control visceral functions, including heart rate, digestion, respiratory rate, salivation, perspiration, pupillary dilation, micturition (urination), sexual arousal, breathing and swallowing. Most autonomous functions are involuntary but they can often work in conjunction with the somatic nervous system which provides voluntary control."
2. Inhale deeply into your belly slowly. Fell your belly rise.
3. Hold the breath for a moment.
4. Exhale the breath slowly. Feel your belly flatten.
5. Hold the emptiness for a moment.
6. Repeat until you feel your body and mind in a relaxed state. (Careful not to make yourself "light-headed".)
8. Each time you find a place that feels a difficulty, breath in a deep cleansing breath filled with white light. If the pain is in your foot, direct the breath to your foot. Bring white light to the area with every inhale and let the pain and stress leave your body with every exhale. Remember that love is a powerful healing tool. Make "I love you" and "Thank you" your mantra as your breath in cleansing white light and exhale that which no longer serves.
9. Continue to check-in throughout your entire body. Spend as much time as needed in each area. Take your time, there is no rush.
10. Complete breathing meditation by inhaling white light through the top of our head and bring the breath down your spine through your legs and exhaling out the bottoms of your feet.
11. Thank your subconscious for guiding your conscious attention to the places in your body that needed healing, love and balance.
12. Remember to drink plenty of water and keep your love and gratitude mantra (mentally repeating, I love you & Thank you) going throughout the day.