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Friday, April 07, 2017

BREATH PROCESSES FOR WELLBEING



BREATH PROCESSES FOR WELLBEING
by Angel-Light Love of Texas
Spiritual & Metaphysical Healing/Wellbeing Facilitator
Consultant/Teacher/Messenger
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Over the past 30+ years, I’ve collected these simple breath processes that enhance wellbeing.  Also have collected less simple processes that take more time and effort, which will be shared separately. When using these techniques, it is important to involved the entire trunk of the body. One thing you’ll notice is that your abdomen will enlarge when inhaling and return to its normal position when exhaling. It isn’t healthy breathing if your shoulders majorly go up when breathing (with possible rare exceptions).  So learn to breath with the whole trunk of your body.  Breathing with your entire body is even better when you sense you’re ready to learn and practice.

Slow Down Metabolism:  Plug up right nostril and breathe through the left nostril.   Use if fasting or if no food on hand and you won’t be hungry.

Speed Up Metabolism:  Plug up left nostril and breathe through the right nostril.

Generating Vital Force:  Breathe deeply, inhaling slowly to the count of four, holding to the count of four, and then exhaling to the count of eight.  Do this six times [or more if needed].

Cooling Breath:  Put your tongue on the roof of your mouth and inhale through your mouth with a hissing sound. Hold the breath 2 or 3 counts. Then exhale slowly through your nose. Feel coolness throughout your body, particularly in your brain, mouth, nose, breathing passages, and lungs.  Say silently to yourself:  “I am cool, calm, and collected.”

Warming Breath:  Using the muscles of the diaphragm, forcibly exhale through the nose. Draw in the stomach and abdomen in a forceful way while exhaling, using that motion to force the air out of your lungs. Release the abdominal muscles to exhale. Do this one fairly quickly and not more than about 10 times to begin with. This can be increased when you are more used to the energy and heat this powerful breathing exercise can generate in your body. Do not overdo this one!

Stimulate Brain:  Close both nostrils.  Inhale through the mouth and then force the breath into nasal passages and start to exhale with mouth closed.  You will feel pressure.  Release nostrils and let out the air. This diverts the current to the brain cells and stimulates them.  Do this several times.  Also do on as many occasions a day as needed.

Release Anxiety & Slow Heart Rate:  Exhaling against a closed airway is one method of releasing anxiety and slowing a rapid heartbeat. Pinch your nose and try to breathe out while keeping the mouth closed. The pressure in the chest cavity will increase, and the vagus nerve will be stimulated.

Induce Sleep:  Begin by taking a few deep breaths using the whole trunk of the body--in through the nose and out through the mouth—slowly, deeply.  Then take a short breath to the count of 4 when inhaling, hold it to the count of 7, and slowly let it go to the count of 8.  Practice over time for this to become easier.

Control & Clear Thoughts:  Close the left nostril with you finger and inhale through the right nostril. Hold for a count of 8 and then exhale through the same (right)  nostril.  Then close your right nostril with your finger and inhale through the left nostril. Hold for the count of  8 and then exhale through the same (left) nostril.  Repeat as many times and on as many occasions as you feel necessary.

Balance Brain Hemispheres:  Close the left nostril with your finger and inhale through the right nostril. Hold for a count of  8 and then exhale through the other (left)  nostril.  Then close the right nostril with your finger and inhale through the  left nostril. Hold for the count of  8 and then exhale through the other (right) nostril.  Repeat as many times and on as many occasions as you feel necessary.

Oxygenate the Bloodstream #1:  Pucker your lips.  Close the nostrils with your fingers.  Inhale slowly through the mouth.  Then close the mouth and exhale slowly through the nostrils.  Do this ten times.  (This liberates the etheric current.)

Oxygenate the Bloodstream #2:  Stand or sit erect with your spine as straight as possible.  Place the tip of your tongue at the roof of the mouth behind the upper front teeth.  Close both nostrils with your fingers.  Inhale slowly through the mouth until the lungs fill to capacity.  Then exhale slowly through the mouth, intentionally contracting the abdomen at the same time.  Do this ten times.

Energize:  Take several rapid breaths in and out through the mouth, making sure to pull the air down into the abdomen.  You will usually see your abdomen expand when inhaling and retract when exhaling.  If  not, purposefully make that happen. Repeat silently to yourself over and over:  "I am energized.  I am vitalized."

Relax:  Take a deep breath, slowing pulling the air down into the lower portion of your diaphragm. You should notice your abdomen expanding.  Then slowly release the air out through the mouth.  In through the nose, out through the mouth.  It will be helpful to silently repeat the word "relax" in your mind, dividing it into syllables--one syllable on the inhale and one syllable when you exhale.  Do this several times.  Then you might say silently to yourself as you continue to deep breathe:  "With every breath I take, I am becoming more and more relaxed, more and more relaxed."

Power Breathing:  Bend forward, exhaling through mouth or nose (or both). Get all of the air out of your lungs. Then begin inhaling as you stand up slowly.  Tense the body in a wave moving upward. Feel as though you are lifting great weights up in front of you with your arms. Increase the tension in the arms and the whole body until your body is vibrating with tension. At this point you are standing straight up, arms uplifted, and leaning slightly backward, with all body parts at maximum tension. Hold this for just a moment. Exhale slowly as you gradually release tension, stooping gracefully forward until the breath is entirely out and the body is totally relaxed. Repeat this exercise about 3 times.

Balance & Charge All Energy Centers:  Inhale to the count of 2.  Hold to the count of 4.  Exhale to the count of 6.  Hold for the count of 4. Repeat several times.

Calming & Grounding:  Exhale to the count of 6. Hold to the count of 6. Inhale to the count of 4.  Do not hold, but begin exhaling to the count of 6 immediately.

Bonus Tip 1:  If the tongue rests against the very front of the roof of the mouth (touching the teeth), this will have a calming effect. If the tongue is curled back so that it touches the soft palate, this will have a stimulating effect.

Bonus Tip 2:  To calm and clear your mind, make a fist with your left hand and squeeze firmly for about 10 seconds. This stimulates the right side of the brain, which controls mechanical actions, and draws focus away from the left side of the brain, which is associated with worrying and overthinking.

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