Learning Holographic breathing text version

Holographic breathing is an awakening. It's the awakening of a breath that we have always known.

Learning holographic breathing isn't actually a learning it's a way to provoking this initial memory within ourselves so that it comes to life.

Here is a short text version to awakening that original breath.

There is also a video below that also teaches this and takes it further.


There is a structure to holographic breathing

the breath is through the nose, the lips are closed and the tongue is on the roof of the mouth.

Along with that on the in breath the jaw gently relaxes open and on the out breath jaw relaxes closed.

In the latter part of this text the movement of the jaw should just become naturally integrated with the breath.


Start gently breathing through your nose with the lips relaxed and closed.

Bring the upper surface of the tongue to the roof of the mouth and have the tip of the tongue close to or touching the front teeth.

Spend a bit of time breathing becoming used to that, let the tongue and the lips relax.


Now keeping the lips relaxed and closed and the tongue on the roof of the mouth

start making a small up down movement of the jaw a bit like chewing.

The movement is small about half a finger width.

Notice that you can do this and still keep the lips relaxed and closed

and the tongue relaxed and on the roof of the mouth


When you feel ready slow this movement down

and as the jaw opens let the breath draw in through the nose

and as the jaw close let the breath leave through the nose.

The jaw may feel like a slow pump bringing the air in and out.

Remember to keep the lips closed and the tongue on the roof all of the time.

Also relax everything especially the back of the neck and head


Then change the emphasis

Bring your awareness more to the breath through the nose and let the jaw follow.

As you breath in through the nose let the jaw relax open

As you breath out through the nose let the jaw relax closed.

At this point everything should start to change and become much more relaxed and soft.

Remember to keep the lip closed and tongue on the roof of the mouth.

Relax into this and breath through your whole body.


The jaw should be starting to integrate with the breath as it is relaxing closed let the teeth gently float together so they are only just touching or not touching at all.

And as you breath out they float apart.


Feel your whole body breathing especially the chest and abdomen and notice that the jaw just follows along with this movement naturally opening with it on the in breath and closing with it on the out breath.


Notice that in a very subtle way your face and head have also started gently breathing and be aware of the energies travelling through that area.

Spending some time being with that breathing and being aware of the energies flowing through your body, spine and head


Let everything breath for a while and when you feel ready gently allow yourself to come back.