This series of breathing practices encompasses different wisdom traditions and are geared to mitigate anxiety attacks and elicit a state of balance and inner peace. Diaphragmatic breathing oxygenates the brain and amplifies life force through the lower abdomen. Egyptian KA activating mudras couple with meridian crossings to activate the pineal and pituitary glands and boost the secretion of melatonin, while fostering the parasympathetic nervous system. Lower pelvic breathing pulls out emotional debris, helping the brain eradicate negative subconscious patterns and beliefs. Finally, “alternate nostril” breathing is paired with meridian crossing to bring balance to mind and body, and help elicit the relaxation system response. All of these valuable breathing techniques reduce stress and anxiety; promote restful sleep; ease pain; increase attention and focus; and, on a more subtle level, help us all connect to a calm, serene place within so that they experience greater clarity and well-being on every level.