Introduction To The Science Of Better Living

  • Wed 14th Aug 2019 - 5:48am
    When we are born, the first thing we do is take a deep breath.Unlimited Abundance The last thing we do leaving the world is stop breathing. Life is what occurs between the first and the last breath.It is commonly believed that food is the most important source providing the human body with energy. However, we can survive several weeks without food, several days without water, yet only a few minutes without air.As commonly defined, breathing is the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation - the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation. Yet, according to ancient esoteric wisdom, air is an invisible 'food' that in addition to oxygen and nitrogen (among other specific substances) contains unique energy element called 'Prana'. 'Prana' is defined by ancient Hindu Ayurvedic and Yoga philosophical science as life-force energy.Our modern scientific theories regarding the breath confine themselves to the effects of oxygen and its use within the circulatory system, while neglecting information provided by the ancient Ayurvedic and Yoga science that 'Prana' affects human body through the nervous system as well, by nourishing and vitalizing it.Let us not discount the possibility that learning about the 'science' of breath may be the best and fastest way to good health and longevity.It is very important to understand that the lungs themselves will just "sit there in the human chest and do nothing" unless they get support from the other parts of the body that help with their proper functioning.

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