HEALING IN A HOLISTIC MANNER
Oxygen therapy with breathing techniques, which we perform as supportive therapy, is one of the natural ways of raising the immune system and thus the organism’s resistance to disease and stress. Special breathing technique works on the autonomic nervous system and has exceptional health effects.
The basic assumption of oxygen therapy – lack of oxygen is the primary cause of all diseases!
How important is the oxygen for our survival, shows the fact that we can spend several months without food, more days without water, but only a few minutes without oxygen.
To have enough energy in our cells, they need sufficient oxygen. The oxygen is absorbed in the lungs where it is exchanged with carbon dioxide. From the lungs, the blood-vessel system is distributed throughout the body, to every far-off cell. Especially a great need for oxygen is our brain, which occupies only about two percent of body weight, but needs more than 20 percent oxygen.
Unfortunately, due to human civilization activities, the amount of oxygen in the air that we breathe is decreasing. If it was still 35 percent a hundred years ago, the industrial revolution of the 19th century saw a reduction from 32 percent to 24 percent, and today it reached an alarming 21 percent.
Planetary organisms of the world’s seas and tropical rainforests are our biggest oxygen producers, and the over-exploitation of the latter dramatically contributes to the decline in oxygen concentration. It’s not hard to imagine what this dramatic reduction means for us people and other living beings, which depend on sufficient oxygen supply. In fact, every person is intuitively aware of the importance of oxygen; it is no coincidence that we often feel the need to “go to fresh air”.
Ultimately, proper breathing technique (breathing with a diaphragm and not chest breathing) is important for adequate oxygen supply.
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Oxygen is the most important element and its lack is the cause of most chronic diseases of modern times! If we are healthy and normally breathe, the lungs of the blood are filled with oxygen practically to the edge – the saturation of oxygen in the arterial blood is normal somewhere between 95 and 100 per cent. Arterial blood travels to tissues where a portion of oxygen is consumed (interestingly, tissues do not “swell” all oxygen from the blood, but only about one quarter), and the saturation of venous blood that comes back to the lungs is only about 70 percent.
Oxygen allows the conversion of food (glucose) into the energy of life that we need for movement, digestion and metabolism, breathing, heartbeat, heat … Oxygen deficiency in tissues is called hypoxia, which is one of the most common causes of a large number of diseases. Therefore, a sufficient amount of oxygen should be provided to the peripheral tissues and cells to ensure their survival, recovery and good functioning.
Oxygen is indispensable for the removal of waste materials that occur in the body. More oxygen in each cell makes it possible to oxidize harmful substances and thus prevent them from dousing their own cells with waste. Oxygen is essential for the heart and brain, with a constant and increased need for it. Oxygen improves the capacity and activity of neurons and increases all mental abilities.
According to some researchers, an increase in oxygen is one of the ways to prevent dementia and neurodegenerative diseases (Alzheimer’s disease). By providing additional oxygen to our cells, alertness, mental abilities, memory and intelligence are increased, while at the same time reducing the likelihood of a heart attack or stroke.
Additional oxygen also increases the chances of treating alcoholism as it increases the secretion of toxic substances from the body, which can not be easily excreted by sweat.
But the question is: IS THE HIGH QUALITY PROCESS OF SATURATION ALSO A REASONABLE CONDITION FOR THE SUFFICIENT SUPPLY OF CELLS WITH OXYGEN?
Consequences of oxidative stress: Mild forms of oxidative stress are accelerated skin aging, deterioration of the immune system, decreased physical abilities and effects on the nervous system. The worse forms of an increased amount of free radicals and consequently of oxidative stress can lead to an increased risk of developing cancer, cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis and similar severe disorders. In all this, it is worst that we do not notice ourselves in the short term of any significant changes. Cells start slowly “browning” and dying. It is only when serious problems occur, but we also see it ourselves, often too late.
Once the cell is not able to repair the damage caused by the action of free radicals itself, it degenerates or collapses. The harmful effect of oxidative stress is also noticeable in nature, such as rust on iron or in darkened apples. They also corrode our cells without notice.
When cells are unable to receive oxygen, regardless of the degree of saturation (this happens in most cases of cancer), then under the urgency we recommend first oil-protein therapy (see oil-protein therapy according to Dr. Johanna Budwig), thus restoring the condition, which makes it possible to receive oxygen. If this is not done, additional oxygen can have even negative effects.
“CONFIDENTIAL” TRIBUTE BREAKING
“The body is very intelligent. If you pay attention to this intelligence, you emphasize it. Where you focus your attention, your energy goes on. Because of my constant conscious breathing, my body is healthy all the time, it is relaxed, without tension. “- VictorTruviano
Breathing is life, and oxygen is food for our brains and all the cells of the body. Most people breathe shallow and use only part of their chest. Such unknowing can suffer from oxygen deficiency, and there may be pain in the upper part of the back, fatigue, and we do not know why, blood circulation is worse (consequently weakened by organs), drops of concentration, feeling of a heavy body, poor depression and mood …
It is very important that we breathe good because we are so streamlined and do not hit us as quickly as the energy bombs of the surroundings and events inside us. Especially during stressful events, breathing becomes even smoother and less effective. With deep and tranquil breathing, we create a pleasant and relaxing effect on our bodies and thoughts.
Respiratory techniques are very simple and suitable for everyone. They calm us down, others help us with better concentration, on hot days, we can cool ourselves with our breath and warm in the cold.
Breathing with a diaphragm is the basis on which we build. As infants, we all breathed abdominal. Techniques can be carried out anywhere, during a meeting, before the exam, before bedtime or when we wake up. We will feel their effect and the benefits of controlled breathing very quickly. With correct, over-breathing (abdominal) breathing, we can eliminate the tension. Experts claim that when you breathe deeply from your abdomen, instead of from your upper chest, you breathe more oxygen and when you breathe more oxygen, the brain is inclined to calms down.
In the case of abdominal breathing, we have a sense of how the body is progressively filled from the bottom up, and from the exhalation, the air without tension leaves our body from top to bottom. The most important effect of good breathing is the accumulation of energy that increases our energy level. Complete and slow exposures are a prerequisite for proper breathing, as we can not properly (deeply) inhale if we have not thoroughly emptied the lungs before.
With proper breathing, you can incredibly improve your well-being and health. The way we breathe – shallow or deep, calm or jerky – is the barometer of our physical and emotional state and one of the first signs of stress. Our well-being is closely linked to proper breathing. If we do not know how to breathe properly, we can not completely relax.
Many studies have already proven numerous positive effects of certain respiratory techniques, e.g. deep abdominal breathing, yogic breathing … on human health. These include:
WE LIVE ONLY, IF WE BREATH. Air is our main food. It is important to breath “correctly”.
Breathing exercises were tailored to the needs of our clients according to their age, health and fitness. The main effects of oxygen therapy with respiratory techniques:
- Better sleep (reducing or eliminating insomnia)
- Feeling better, raising body energy
- Improving the immune system
- Reduction of inflammation in the body
- Reducing anxiety (tension), alleviating depressive conditions
- Improving physical abilities, improving general capacity and vitality
- Reduction of stress (reduction of cortisol, lactate concentration)
- Faster restoration of the body
- Improve muscle growth
- Burning fat, reducing total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol
- Improving the functioning of the central nervous system
- Improving memory and concentration, greater creativity
- Increasing the concentration of antioxidants (substances that protect us from the negative effects of free radicals in the body)
- Lowering high blood pressure and regulating blood sugar
- Improve pulmonary function
POWER OF BREATHING
The first part is a breathing exercise that can be compared with controlled hyperventilation. We are talking about complete oxygenation of blood and cells.
1) Before starting the exercise, relax and close your eyes:
First, take the meditation position – sit as comfortable as possible. Then take a deep breath. The breath should last until the lungs are full. Keep breath for a moment and then fully breath out (as far as possible). Stay in the exhalation for a moment … and then again deep breath (as far as possible). Repeat 9 times. After nine repetitions of half a minute we wait and go into a new cycle of 9 repetitions and thus twice to a total of 36 (4 x 9 inhalation exits). Breathe in through the nose and breathe through your mouth. At the exhalation of the stomach, pull inward and exhale outwards. Keep the pace evenly and take full advantage of your prefix. After 36 repetitions, your body is saturated with oxygen. Symptoms may include dizziness, tingling in the body, a feeling of electricity flow. Now, keep an eye on: after your last breath, do not breathe out, but hold your breath as long as you can. No stress, relaxed. Slide the beard a little backwards, in order to prevent the recurrence of air ingress. Relax as much as possible and open all the energy channels in your body. Feel the oxygen spread all over the body? Keep breathing, until you feel a reflex of exposures at the top of your breast.
While breathing, scan your body. Analyze your body and focus on awareness of it. Consciously travel up and down the body (scanning) and try to feel the areas where there may be too little energy and in which part of the body it may be too much. Focus on body blockages. Try to send the energy and heat in these blocks in mind (mentally). Shaking, emotional trauma, and emotional spills can occur. Feel how the whole body is filled with warmth and love. Often people also report color vortices and other visual phenomena that they feel during this exercise. Try to take these feelings and join them.
Breath of recovery – regeneration:
Breathe in full capacity – strong, full of breath. Feel how the chest widens. Release all the tension of the solar plexus. Push the chin on your chest and hold for about 15 seconds. With the help of consciousness, you can directly direct your inner energy. Use this time to scan your body and focus on points in your body where you do not feel pain, tension, and blockages. Then focus on the points where you feel the tension. Enter them and move your inner energy against these points. Relax the tension, fill the dark space with light. After 15 seconds you finished the first cycle. First, practice one or two cycles with the breath of recovery. 3 days in a row, then add two more cycles. With the time when you can keep your breath for a long time, you can begin adding extreme exercises or asana out of yoga. You carry this set for at least 15 minutes or 6 cycles, including exercises.
If you experience dizziness or other pain during exercise, get lying down on your back and finish this exercise with a normal breathing cycle.
After exercise, always take an extra 5 minutes to completely relax and return to the normal breathing cycle.
You will notice that when you hold your breath, you are stronger. Pour the energy out of the spine, squeeze the pelvic floor muscles and push the syringe inward towards the spine.
Then we continue with meditation, which serves as a pre-treatment for bioenergy therapy.
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