Abdominal to Void Breathing Introduction
"Abdominal to Void Breathing Introduction" is a "follow along" learning session in which a continuum of a specific method of breathing techniques is presented. This breathing technique is the fundamental source of energy for the websites bio-dynamics of gifted performance. This style of breathing can be incorporated into other styles of breathing. Of note is that the continuum leads to a state of meditation and also oneness.
Based on the expansive dynamics of the inhale breath cycle, the breathing techniques can also create physical movement. This movement, characterized by "stillness" and lack of "physical effort;" is commonly seen in mastery levels of performance. Tai Chi uses the abdominal expansion for movement and not muscular strength. The realm of the inhale energy is also linked to gifted performance. Its innate connective properties can be seen in the use of "catching one's breath" to instantly draw attention.
Breathing is also the process of life giving oxygen and energies via the blood circulation system. And is also the method of toxin removal. Healing properties are attributed to assisting in the breathing processes effectiveness with breathing enhancing techniques.
The video session begins with a specific style of abdominal breathing using the natural process of a "sigh" for the exhale: and a "yawn" for the inhale. This naturally places the breath cycle into the abdomen. Then the breathing origin is moved to the floor of the abdominal cavity. At this point "void" breathing is introduced. Since these are natural processes, the acquisition of this style of abdominal to void breathing is rapid.
Void breathing is a metaphysical breathing cycle that uses visualization to create the expansion of the inhale required for the in breath. Because this is a metaphysical process, the physical breath becomes the link of physical to metaphysical, and visa versa. Therefore meditation and oneness access is also a natural process, and also easily acquired.
Culturally speaking, breath cycles have always been a focal point of interest.
Throughout history the breathing cycle has been the link between the physical and the metaphysical; even being referred to as the "Divine" or "Great." The "Ha" of Hawaii and aloha is translated "divine breath." The American Indian "Great Spirit" is the "Great Wind." "Pranayama" is "Breath," that which is everything. "Num" is the indescrible "Breath" of the African cultures. The Genesis traditioned cultures of Hebrew, Christian, and Muslim have "Ruach" as breathing into man the "Divine Spirit."
To experience the instantaneous life giving power of breath: Hold your breath for as long as possible, then feel the rush of the life giving inhale. Think about the process. Contemplate on the "magic" of "breath."