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wanthanee
Wednesday, October 3, 2012, 7:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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WOW!  I feel so good after I did this. Love it.

Breathe, full lung exercises, oxygenate your cells by deep breathing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cE5Yihyqup4&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xnsT6ukqM8&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugQee2os3J0&feature=related







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Thanks for the breathing links...it is true we forget to breath deeply and it is so good for us.
great reminders!
Lin


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Quoted from Lin
Thanks for the breathing links...it is true we forget to breath deeply and it is so good for us.
great reminders!
Lin


Thanks for stopped by Lin. WOW! now we have the key from Dr D. gave to us how to Eat Right and healtier and good breath deeply to the lung. Let see how far we can go...99 years?  


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Not to negate the above.....

puff, breathing out like a woman giving birth is much more important than is breathing IN.. that the body does on its own.. People are often told to breath IN needing to heave up the lungs and 50 or more pounds in weight, sick people exhaust their strength doing that.. but panting breathing OUT is effortless.. and it allows a lot of fluids to dissipate out..  try it..


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“Breathing in, I calm body and mind. Breathing out, I smile. Dwelling in the present moment I know this is the only moment.”


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Thanks Wanthanee  


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WOW!  I feel so good after I did this. Love it.




Nice find wanthanee, deep breathing is very good for your organs.  
If you like the way that makes you feel, you might also look into qigong (chi kung) exercises.  
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thanks for sharing...a good reminder to be conscious of our breath


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ooh weew how energetic those guys all are .....


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wanthanee
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Hi chud and everyone,

About Qiqong  I think I should practice because it may be help me to slow down like a Turtle. In the past I seem to run around like a Rabbit (but when I speak I speak slowly, I mean calmly but when I work I work fast). Look at the Turtle, they are slow and have long lives and I think they eat only seaweed too.

http://www.deepesthealth.com/2007/8-reasons-you-should-do-qigong-even-if-you-dont-want-to/

However, I am lucky even though I never did Gigong before, I am never hungry for sugar.  I mean I don't like sweets ( except some sweet fruit such as ripe papaya in my garden (again I am lucky I live in a condo that gives me the space for planting in a small garden.  Where else in the world have condo like this?)  I am so greatful.  


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