Life is an ongoing process during which we self evaluate our ability to attract things to love. When in actuality, there is only love that exits. We all come from love, so we are familiar with the feeling, and when we place this feeling on things or other people, we have taken the first step in separation. We now have created our ego or left brain consciousness. We have moved from right brain 10 cycles/sec. calmness into what is considered normal brain activity of 30 cycles/sec. We must realize, we were created by Mother Earth, which vibrates at 10 cycles/sec. at ½ gauss magnetic flux density. (stay with me…) So our journey in life is to attain and maintain brain activity close to 10 cycles/sec. with the exception of the threat of physical body harm. At this time we should actively, without conscious thought, speed up brain activity to heighten all physiological processes for survival.
Because of our modern day way of dealing with stress and wanting instant gratification, we have activated our natural, God given ability of the “fight or flight” reflex and all the physiology that goes with it. Part of this physiology is emergency breathing in which our abdomen expands and our shoulders elevate. Now a little understood phenomenon of Subconscious Emotional Memory Override occurs, and we get locked into this emergency physiology of breathing as everyday normal. We must break this cycle of breathing and return to a more natural calmness!!!
This is the reason for using our left-brain consciousness to count during the 4-cycle breathing (breathe in to the count of 4, hold to the count of 4, breathe out to the count of 4 and hold to the count of 4). This process creates an encounter between our individual ego (left brain) and our God given subconsciousness’ ability to alpha breathe. When we think and feel love for our creator, we reduce our brain activity back to resonation of Mother Earth. We now understand the importance of positive feelings and Trace Energy that is specifically designed for your individual frequency. Both of these positive energies will allow the healing power of Creative to recreate that which was created.
For BEST Results…
- This exercise should be done 10-15 min. before bed and 10-15 min. when awakening.
- Only breathe In through your nose and Out through your nose.
- It is Extremely Important to count silently to yourself while breathing.
- Do not allow your shoulders to elevate while breathing…instead breathe in/out with your abdomen. Raising your shoulders creates defense physiology, which causes Adrenalin to be produced. This is the opposite of what we are attempting to accomplish. Breathing Quiets Your Adrenal System!
Breathing isn’t a learned skill. For the most part, your subconscious mind takes care of your breathing while you tend to more pressing matters. Yet despite its automatic nature, you can consciously control your breathing – when you breathe, how fast you breathe, and what you breathe – to a point. But, under normal circumstances, if you stop for more than ten or fifteen seconds, you must concentrate on what you’re doing. Since your body is designed to do everything it can to survive the moment, and since you must breathe to survive, you will breathe or you will pass out. When you are unconscious, your conscious mind is out of the way and your subconscious takes exclusive control of vital internal functions, and restores the breathing process.
The primary purpose of breathing is to get oxygen to the cells. Cells need oxygen in order to function. They take in oxygen to use in their functioning, and as they function, they produce carbon dioxide (CO2). But CO2 is a waste product. And if the cell is full of CO2, there isn’t enough room for new oxygen. So the CO2 must be eliminated. The purpose of breathing, then, is not only to bring oxygen into your body but also to get rid it of waste carbon dioxide. Your blood cells can carry the greatest amount of oxygen when your internal environment is slightly alkaline. So it is important that the CO2 be disposed of as quickly as possible.
What choices do you have in the breathing category? The most obvious is the smoke-or-not-smoke choice. That’s an easy one – don’t. Smoking dumps potentially lethal toxins into the body, which go directly to the blood stream without being processed through physiological protective mechanisms. Unlike food which is neutralized by stomach acid or detoxified by the liver, no denaturing process tempers the direct hit of pollutants of cigarette smoke. Smoking puts a direct toxic hit on the body.
Choices of the type of environmental air you breathe are not so clear-cut. However, you do have choices. You have some say in where you live and where you work. The decision to accept a job in a chemically-intense environment such a printing company or the spray-painting department of an auto body shop, is a conscious choice; the decision to smoke or not smoke cigarettes is a conscious choice; the decision to live in an area of heavy air pollution is a conscious choice. Your decisions are a matter of priorities.
Respiratory toxicity from smoking or environmental pollution imposes severe stress on the body. That stress can cause an exacerbation, weakening or exhaustion of vulnerable organs and systems which are trying to cope with other stresses. The additional stress of being immersed in environmental toxic waste can tip the scales to the development of disease. You can make conscious choices regarding the quality of air your body must contend with. If you suffer with severe respiratory allergies or respiratory disease, quality of life can be synonymous with quality of air. Radical choices and changes may be required. The trick is to keep a healthful balance in the choices you make. When you make mostly correct choices in each of the six essential areas, there’s room for a bit of slippage on occasion – pigging out on acid-ash producing foods at holiday time, taking some time off from your regular exercise program, burning the midnight oil, or visiting your old school chum in a highly polluted city.
When you habitually make choices that allow your body to be in the best shape possible, your body can handle the occasional “incorrect choice” fling without suffering long-term ill effects. But when you make mostly incorrect choices, your body is fighting an uphill battle all the way and there’s little margin for error.
Your best bet for health is balance – balance in the run-and-rest processes of your organs and systems, and balance in the acid-alkaline internal environment of your body. Balance your choices in the six essential areas of life and you give your body the best internal environment possible for it to do what it does best – function perfectly for survival.
Dale Rutherford: The UK’s only qualified and Morter registered B.E.S.T. practitioner
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