It’s one of the most common
ways to breathe. This type of breathe is done by using the full capacity of the
lungs in both, the inhalation, and the exhalation, slowly, with no rush.
Normally done through the nose because it aids in the breathe control, although
it can be done through the mouth as well.
- Increases the flow of oxygen
in the body, which promotes healing and relaxations states of being.
- Prevents and decreases the
build up of toxins in the lungs.
- Stimulates the production of
endorphins, brain chemicals, to fight depression.
- Expands the lungs capacity,
which builds concentration, patience, flexibility, and resistance. This also
increases the secretion of the pituitary gland, which develops intuition.
- Pumps the spinal fluid to
the brain, which increases energy.
- Strengthens the aura, which
reduces insecurity, and decreases fear.
- Cleanse the blood.
- Gives control over the
negative emotions, which help to break bad habits, and old patterns.
In our regular daily lives we
tend to use and small of the capacity of the lungs, instead of the 100% of it.