Breathing Lesson Seven

Lesson Seven

The Physical Perfection Breath




Sit or stand straight, making sure that the spine is help in good posture.


Inhale a Complete Breath.  Allow your body to become rigid with the buttocks tight and feet firmly on the ground.  Arms strongly at the sides, hand tensed and strong.


Inhale as you extend your arms straight out in front of you with the hands level with the shoulders, palms of the hands touching.  Keep the arms tight but not rigid.  Allow your feet to feel like they are anchoring you to the floor.  Keep the shoulders back and down, neck held with no tension. 


Hold the breath as you swing the arms outward to the sides, (making a cross with your body and arms).   Feel like you are opening outward with the arms and opening your chest, arms becoming more rigid  as you swing back and forward.  Still holding your breath do this three times and quickly bring your arms to your sides, exhale vigorously, inhale and relax into reverent position, head down and hold yourself in Loving Light.


Rest and start again for another few cycles.

Breathing Lesson Five

Lesson Five

The Revitalizing Breath




The Revitalizing Breath is also called the “Complete Breath” or the “Basic Breath.”  Care must be taken to align the body correctly for the full benefit to be gained.


Stand straight or sit upright, making sure that the spine is as straight as possible.


Begin by inhaling through the nostrils, inhaling steadily and not too slowly.  Breathe deeply into the abdomen, filling the lower part of the lungs, then the middle part and then the upper part.  As you reach the full end of the breath, the abdomen will begin to pull up slightly.  Keep the arms and hands in a state of tension and buttocks locked below the spine.


Hold the breath for about  30 seconds then exhale vigorously through the teeth, lips placed as if you are about to whistle.  Do not allow the chest to slump, hold the chest firmly extended and draw the abdomen in and upwards as if you are pressing the air from the body. 


Inhale and relax the chest, the head with chin near chest in a reverential pose.  Do some regular breaths until you are ready to repeat the Revitalizing Breath.  Be aware as you rest a while that you are drawing in the Energy of the Divine; the Life Force.


In your mind, say some affirmations to guide the process and mind-body connection to wellness and vitality.


Breathing Lesson Four

Lesson Four

The Vibratory or Memory Developing Breath



The Vibratory Breath is excellent for maintaining excellent health, energy and also excellent for developing memory.


This breath work is best practiced immediately upon arising in the morning, preferably before an open window with limited clothing.


Sit straight on a chair or stool.  Place your hands on the thighs, palms downward.

Feet firmly on the ground with heels touching and toes slightly outward. 

Relax your shoulders and make sure there is no tension in the neck. 


Gently begin rocking the head backwards and then forwards letting the chin come to the chest. 


As the head swings back, take a deep breath through the nostrils.


As the head swings gently forwards and downwards, exhale with a deep, forceful out breath through the teeth.


Allow the movement to feel like a pendulum of a clock, gentle and precise, no strain.  Try to do a cycle of seven in and out breaths, rest and then repeat.  Work until you are able to do seven cycles of the vibratory breath.

The breath should be drawn in by the time the head comes to rest in the back and open position.  The breath should be complete once the chin comes towards the chest with the exhale.


Once complete, sit quietly and rest with the palms facing upward.

Breathing Lesson Three

Lesson Three

Nose and Mouth Breathers


“Nose breathing leads to Life: Mouth breathing leads to death” Edward J. Dingle


Many people breathe through their mouth and for those who take in most of their breaths this way, especially when they are sleeping, often awake in the morning feeling tired and un-refreshed.


When we breathe through our nostrils we are creating two streams or currents which bring life force into our system.  There is a positive and a negative charge that comes from the nostril breaths.


The right nostril – (Pingala):

With every inhalation through the right nostril a positive electrical current flows down the right side of the spine.  This energy is the heating energy or solar energy.  The reaction is beneficial to the nervous system.  The right side of the body is under the positively charged influence – corresponding to the East.


The left nostril – (Ida):

With every inhalation through the left nostril a negative current flows down the left side of the spine.  This is the cooling or lunar energy.  The reaction is beneficial for the blood system.  The left side of the body is under negative influence – corresponding to the West.


The lungs are then charged with the positive energy and the negative energy – this bringing balance, flow and harmony to the body.


Dominant Left Nostril Breathers:

This person tends to appear bloodless, listless, heavy and lacks ambition.  Is sleepy and may even have a slightly larger left nostril.


Dominant Right Nostril Breathers:

This person tends to be quick-tempered, nervy, irritable, anaemic, and always striving to do more than is reasonably possible.  This person tends to suffer with poor health and may view the world from the perspective that “everything is wrong in the world” or have a strong sense of being a victim of life.


The Balanced Breather:

This person tends to be calm, confident and happy.  This person believes that life is working for him and not against him.  She is able to see the good in others and is full of abounding energy.  This person displays poise and power and is strong in both mind and body.



1.                  Place the middle finger of the right hand on your forehead, the position between the eyebrows. 

2.                  Close the left nostril gently with your little finger and breathe in fully through the right nostril.

3.                  Close the right nostril with your thumb and breathe out the left nostril.

4.                  Breath in the left nostril – keeping your thumb closing the right nostril.

5.                  Close the left nostril and breathe out the right nostril.


Keep alternating conscious breaths in and out each nostril.  Relax as you do this. 


For those who struggle to get to sleep, this exercise will help enormously to slow the body down to rhythmic flow and aid sleep.


Breathing Exercises – Lesson One

Lesson One

Imagine having lessons on Breathing.  Seems so silly!  So let’s see how much you know on this subject:

We need to breathe to live. (oh how horribly obvious is that! Surely we all know this).

The best breathers live the longest and get the most out of life.

Breath is Life

The infant breath intake in this orb of earth is the first of all the breaths that will mark the journey of the person towards their last breath in this pod.

Breathing is our MOST important function and yet so few of us stop and give this function the slightest attention.  All survival of our outer and inner being relies on the quality of the breath with which we nourish our bodies.  Our physical and mental health; our happiness and self-control, our view point and perspective of life and our morale, all depend on the breath.  Our blood needs this air to purify and cleanse our system.  With proper breathing our physical appearance changes, lines leave our face and the body seems to be more balanced and well.

“God made man and breathed into him an immortal soul” . ..”breathed into his nostrils the Breath of Life”.

The air we breathe has this Vital Force, Absolute Energy, the Essence of Life, it is all around us, connecting one life force to another, a Divine Thread that holds us in Life. This Life Force is the energy that the Soul uses.  This Vital Force is not oxygen or air, it is contained within the air.  Should we breathe in air that has none of this Life Force, we would die.

As we breathe with Conscious Awareness, we can take in this Vital Life Force and use it as Energy.  We can even store this Energy and in so doing create a power storage system within us.

Air, Life Force, Vital Energy is FREE.

Just as the body uses the oxygen in the air for the blood and circulatory system, so the Vital Energy Force that is within the air,  is carried to the nervous system, adding strength and vitality to the person – their every thought, deed and action, every muscle, nerve and fibre in the body relies upon this Force.

We are how we breathe.

As we breathe
so do we think
as we think
so we create
as we create in Awareness
we bring Light and Love

Let your breath be your Life
Let your Life be a Blessing to all Beings

Blessings x Joy