Breath is our main source of life.
We can go 3 weeks without food, 1 week without water, and at the most, if you're really good at holding your breath, 3 minutes without air.
But yet, it is one of the things we usually think the least about in our day. We breath in, we breath out. Our bodies were perfectly trained for it, it doesn't need you to think about it.
But what happens when we take this life force, readily available to us at all times at no cost, and use it in an intentional way? What kinds of healing can something so basic to our existence bring into our lives?
I'll let science take it from here...
Researchers have found a regular practice of deep breathing can:
- Reduce anxiety and depression by calming down our nervous system
- Lower/stabilize blood pressure
- Increase energy levels
- Create a highly oxygenated environment where cancerous cells can't reproduce
It starts with a big exhale...
The Warriors Breath technique originates from Tibet. It is used by Monks to further their spiritual practice and guide them into trance states. This technique uses the pressurization of breath to achieve oxygenation of cells in a short period of time. Through this process we achieve intense states of presence, it is a great aid to any meditation practice, and can be done anywhere - standing up, sitting down, laying down, eyes opened, eyes closed - which ever feels better.
When we are breathing in, we are not only breathing in oxygen, but also life force energy.
Get high on AIR
Through this practice you will be able to regulate Qi flow, activate the pineal gland, and naturally release DMT - often called "the spirit molecule" - into your body.
How do you do it?
It is a simple technique that can be done anywhere, and when done within a group setting it has shown to exceptionally amplify effects.
In this practice you inhale and exhale through your nose to your chest, and eventually bring the breath down to your belly and slowly release it through a method called the Infinite Breath.
Feeling dizzy and light-headed is normal. In fact I encourage practitioners to find their edge.
Most magic happens in that place.
Interested in experiencing it?
I host group sessions every so often, and implement short versions of this technique into all my opening circles.
Stay connected with me and find out when the next group session is happening
Or contact me to lead a session at your next gathering...