Vibrant Breathing

Oct 08

Vibrant Breathing

Breathing is something we take for granted. We’ve been doing it since we were born, and if you watch a baby breathe, you’ll see perfect breathing in action. However, bad habits – like sitting at desks, slouching in our armchairs in front of the TV, and lack of exercise – have changed our habits so that our breathing is shallow and dyfunctional.

I spoke a little bit about breathing in my post last Friday but today I want to go into much more detail.

But why should we care?

Good and effective breathing has the following benefits:

  • stress relief and relaxation
  • improves your metabolism
  • helps to clear your mind and enable better focus
  • detoxification
  • improved circulation
  • blood pressure regulation
  • greater energy
  • The stress level of today’s pace means that our bodies are starved of the oxygen they need to function at their best. By being conscious of our bad breathing habits and replacing them with good breathing habits, we are enabling our bodies to develop a kind of “vibrance” and energy that will set us apart from the norm. We’ll be able to get more done with less effort, and our clear-thinking brains will be far more productive.

    If you want some great breathing exercises, I would suggest the following exercise from Gay Hendricks:  The Power of Healthy Breathing

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