Insights and Healing with Patrick Moore


Breathing Naturally eBook
August 15, 2018, 1:09 pm
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Humans like me have been enculturated to breathe unnaturally. We have stopped using any effort to exhale. We use effort to inhale, then let gravity and the elasticity of our tissues to push out air. But this does not push out enough air, and we end up acidic, or carbonated. Just as there is too much CO2 in the atmosphere, there is too much CO2 in our bodies.

At least, that is what I claim in my eBook, Breathing Naturally. (here is the link)

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This book has been the work of more than a decade, including my experiences breathing while jogging, learning how to treat breathing muscles in massage school, and extra research I have done.

The book begins with a story of me jogging along the canal in Phoenix late one night. The jasmine flowers were in bloom along the Biltmore area and I was inhaling their scent as I jogged…

Breathing Naturally Cover Shorter

Breathing Naturally eBook at Lulu

This cover image, I photoshopped from two different locations along the canal. One is near Camelback (you see in the background) to the East of the Biltmore area. The other photo is my friend Maurice when we used to jog along the canal from Scottsdale into the indian reservation to the East of Scottsdale. I shot this photo of him using my phone as we jogged. We both had pony tails at that time so I used his photo to represent me… The canals through Phoenix and Scottsdale, it is told, were built by the Hohokam or “old ones” indians who were here prior to the tribes who now live in Arizona. It is fun to jog along there, imagining natives might have done the same jog five to six hundred years ago, prior to Europeans arriving in the Americas…

 

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