Profound Healing Transformation

The Power to Heal by Balancing the Breath

For years I had suffered from and been treated medically for severe adrenal fatigue, hypothyroidism, and late onset epilepsy due to severe stress. I also had chronic digestive dysfunctions, post traumatic stress from childhood causing massive anxiety and depression. For 12 years I embarked upon an intensive healing journey to try to cure my conditions believing deep down I knew I could. I was literally sick of being sick. I sincerely followed the path, medically treated and medicated, changing my diet numerous times, fasting, juicing, gluten free, wheat free, sugar free, extensive natural therapies, exercising too much, and too little, lost a dramatic amount of weight and still no cure in sight regardless of how much effort I put in. In fact I just ended up more exhausted and confused and financially drained. Even deep spiritual inquiry produced little effect. I kept going, knowing my deepest prayer was to heal and be happy. One day Kundalini Yoga came into my life.

The focus on breathing and opening to allow vital energy and life force (prana) to truly move through my body quickly I discovered a whole other resource that I realised I had never used before.

Breathe is life, Life is Breath.  Without it we cannot be fundamentally healthy.  It is our connection to Infinite itself and how much we open to it the greater we receive in return.  As Yogi Bhajan said ” The process of self-healing is the privilege of every being. Self-healing is not a miracle, nor is self-healing a dramatization of the personality as though you could do something superior. Self-healing is a genuine process of the relationship between the physical and the infinite power of the soul”.  The key is your Breath and “Your supply is equal to your demand. There is no lack of supply, only a lack of demand.”

“Balancing your emotions can be as easy (or as challenging) as balancing the breath. With the change of the Aquarian Age around the corner, everything is speeding up, literally and figuratively. Meanwhile, the speed with which we receive and process information everyday continues to increase. How do we keep up without “blowing our top”?

Once I began to see the effect my pattern had on others, I began to try to modulate my responses to life. Instead of exploding at every little thing, I try to go with the flow, witness and act where I can without vainly trying to control the outcome.

Part of the change came by consciously relating to my breath. Slowing it down, breathing more deeply, and becoming aware of the quality of my breath in relation to my emotions. As my practice deepened over the years, I could simply slow down my breath in order to change or modulate my feeling state—instead of panicking, I could do breath of fire and experience power and vitality; instead of sinking more deeply into depression, I could practice 1-minute breath and expand my radiant body and hence, shake myself out of my lethargy; and instead of stewing in anger and frustration, I could become calm and unshakeable. Long Slow Deep Breathing is a demanding breath, but if you can master it, you can experience a profound and deep sense of stillness in the heart center. And all good things come from stillness—creativity, spontaneity, originality, authenticity.

So as you experience the demands of your daily life swinging you up and down the roller coaster of emotions, remember this meditation. Practice at your desk for 3 minutes a day and observe the transformation in your attitude, your approach, and your mental agility. Make decisions from the still calm lake of the heart and the clear consciousness of the third eye. Balance the breath and balance your life.” – Sat Purkh Kaur Khalsa

I have created especially for you a short video on Long Deep Breathing.

Disclaimer (I wish I didn’t have to write this) : Do not do this practice if you are driving a vehicle, pregnant or epileptic. If you have concerns please consult a professional practitioner before starting any yoga practice.

 

You can do this anytime you need support.

At your desk, at home, when you are stressed and need some deserved relief.

It is extremely powerful and done over time the effects will be accumulative.  If you are suffering from health issues, then please go at your own pace, but build up your breath slowly until it is comfortable to breathe fully.

May your breath give you life, may this life force give you health and happiness.

May breath lead you home to your Soul.

 

Sat Nam
Kristine

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