Primordal Breathing (E-Audio from DVD DL-DA38)

Primordal Breathing   (E-Audio from DVD DL-DA38)

Breathing plays a fundamental role in the human metabolism. Taoists believe that when we are young and life is simple, breathing is natural and the body naturally absorbs the energy, not o­nly from the food that we eat, but also from the Earth, the Sun, the Moon and the whole Universe. As we grow older, the negative emotions and thoughts obstruct our energy channels and our breath becomes shallow and inefficient. With a poor breathing, the body is unable to properly use the energy from the food that we eat and this energy is stored in the body as fat.

In these audio files from DVD, Master Mantak Chia teaches the fundamental aspects of a proper breathing, according to the Taoist principles of absorption, circulation and transformation of the energy in the body. The main source of energy is the Primordial Force, or the Wu Chi. Primordial Force is the source of everything that exists and we are directly connected to it. Our body is naturally capable of absorbing the Primordial Force and transforming it into Chi, or life energy. This capability is enhanced when we are aware of it. The spinal cord, the heart, the eyes, the throat, the sexual center and the soles of the feet play a major role in the process of breathing. Let Master Chia guide you and teach you simple and effective exercises to enhance the proper function of each organ in this process. Learn how to breathe naturally and re-learn the path to the major source of energy, bringing balance, health and harmony to your life.

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