Take a Deep Breath

May 14

Take a Deep Breath

ExhilarationWhen was the last time you took a deep breath?  One that totally filled your lungs from the base of your abdomen, wide out to expand your rib cage, and right up to your chin?  In our current society where we spend much of our day hunched over computers and desks, deep breathing is a rare thing, indeed.  Deep breathing helps you control stress, improve energy levels, clear your mind, and even heal disease.  It can also help you lose weight!  Check out this quote from “One Minute Cure”

The human body is composed of 70%-80% water—and water is 89% oxygen by weight. Therefore, oxygen comprises 62% to 71% of the body, and is the body’s most abundant and essential element. Ninety (90%) percent of all our biological energy comes from oxygen. It is the essential element that the human body needs in order to not only survive, but also have optimum levels of energy, function properly and become more productive.
Consider, for instance, that humans can survive for weeks and even months without food, and live for many days without water. But we cannot survive more than a few minutes without oxygen.  It is surprising, therefore, that people find it hard to believe that the very element, which is required by all humans in order to live is also the secret to keeping us disease-free. Medical professionals, in particular, would find the notion of curing virtually all diseases with oxygen rather simplistic, or even lacking merit.
The curious thing is that oxygen is already used in medicine. Oxygen supplementation has been used to ease health conditions, such as emphysema and pneumonia that impair the body’s ability to have a sufficient intake of gaseous oxygen. Hyperbaric (high-pressure) oxygen has been used to treat carbon monoxide poisoning, gas gangrene and decompression sickness, as well as increase athletic performance! Oxygen has also been used for life support situations and on patients who require mechanical ventilation. Patients on their deathbed who are given extra doses of oxygen are often kept alive long after they would otherwise have died.
However, because oxygen has seldom been used in the medical setting as a first line of defense for preventing, let alone “curing” diseases, it has never been accorded its rightful place as the cure for virtually all diseases.  The world of science and medicine has always known that oxygen is the basis of human life, without which humans die. This fundamental truth has become so overlaid with centuries’ worth of extraneous matter that its essence has become completely obscured by the ‘Tower of Babel’ created by the field of medicine.

This is a fascinating e-book, as it teaches you how to use oxygen to heal and restore – even things as serious as cancer and AIDS. I recommend you take a read.

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If you chose not to read it, at least take a couple of huge, deep breaths before going back to what you were doing before you began to read this post!


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