Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Lessons learned on breathing

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Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment
"Being present in the moment with awareness is the key
to being qualified, quick, and quintessential!

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Did you know lessons learned on breathing are related to
your unique bioenergetic character structure (paragraph 9)?

Your life is filled with lessons learned on breathing.

Here are a few ideas for your consideration...

...check your breathing to see when your breath is jammed,
natural, reversed or shallow!

...follow your breath as your breath moves through your body!

...for natural normal breathing, your chest, and belly expands
when you breathe in, and deflates when you breathe out!

...holding your breath until after you have completed an activity
-- talking, walking, etc. -- creates a physical response, a stress

Conclusions, and takeaways

[Caution: Go slow. Attempting to fix your breathing style by taking
in more oxygen than your body knows may cause hyperventilation.
If this occurs, cup your hands lightly over your mouth -- rather than
look for a paper bag -- and breathe in, and out slowly. You can do
this while sitting or standing, preferably sitting.]

Every activity must be structured around the breath!

Natural, and normal breathing is a valuable tool to emotional,
and physical health, and well being!

Nothing is more important than unstressed, unforced, natural

Go ahead, and look for your lessons learned on breathing...

The choice is yours!

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At the end of each day, what are your lessons learned on breathing
in your business, your personal, and your professional life?

Tell us in the "Post Your Comment Here" link below how your lessons
learned on breathing
helps you get more done with less distress,
and eustress.

We encourage, and support your lessons learned on breathing!

Thank you for your participation, and your readership.

[This information is intended for your knowledge only. You must
seek prompt attention for any specific condition, and situation.]

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