Research into the respiratory process confirms the quality of your breathing has dramatic effects on both your body and mind.
The diaphragm is the central muscle of the human body. The principle muscle of your breath.
In ancient Greece, the diaphragm was phrenos — the unity of all possibilities of human expression — the link between body, mind, and breath.
Thousands of years ago the great Eastern sages discovered that breath tapped directly into the link between body and mind.
Research into the respiratory process confirms that the quality of your breathing has dramatic effects on both your body and mind.
There is a breathing technique that is done is stages, in steps. It intensifies the effects of breathing and helps you to either quiet or energize your system.
Have you heard the song and silence of your breath? There is music inside your body. Yes, music.
Do you think that you are being lazy when you are not doing something?
Do you think that you are wasting your time when you are simply just being there?
Who said that "thinking" is about feeling intelligent?
Dive deep within and discover what is real. Whatever happens, it happens to you. Whatever you do, the doer is you.
In your deepest silence, there is an impulse that moves by itself.
As you learn to reawaken the natural flow of your breath, you begin to develop a conscious familiarity with yourself.