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Posted Sep 13 2008 2:31pm
In essence, science is a perpetual search for an intelligent and integrated comprehension of the world we live in.
Cornelius Bernardus Van Neil (1897- ) U. S. microbiologist.

Now there might be proof of the benefits of deep, focused breathing. An article in yesterday's states that slow, deep breathing may help to break down the excess salt in the body. Read the complete article.

RESPeRATE is the device, approved by the FDA, to help the breathing challenged learn the correct techniques. The manufacturer claims that it could take years of practice and individualized coaching to learn what this apparatus could teach you quickly. Hurry up and calm down?

I may get one of the devices, just as a teaching tool. I'm so grateful that science can now prove the benefits of pranayama through digital read-outs. Our belief systems have such an influence on our health that it might pay to see it, and then believe it.

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