Meditation and Deep Breathing For an Abundant and Healthy Life

What I have found to be the best preventative medicine and an overall way to live a healthy life is meditation, or deep breathing. I believe that I haven't had a cold or been sick in three years because of the daily practice of meditation. As a matter of fact, I haven't even been to the doctor in I don't know how long! People say that you should go to the doctor for yearly checkups just to make sure you don't "have something", but I trust that the meditation that I do is good enough to fight any of the negative energy that may have crept into my body. Besides, I feel that sometimes it's just better that you don't know. It's in knowing that causes more worry - which isn't good for the disease. If I think I'm healthy at all times, then it will be so...

The air we breathe is the life force that provides us with the "medicine" and energy to survive. When we cut ourselves on the finger or get a scrape on the skin, eventually that wound heals, right? It's that same energy that can heal the inside of your body as well.

Here's a simple tip for deep breathing during meditation...

1. Picture yourself as a balloon, inhale, and feel yourself expand
2. Hold it for about 3 seconds
3. Breathe out slowly, feel yourself deflate and relax like a balloon

This is an exercise that I would recommend to someone - especially one who is suffering from mesothelioma. Having to talk to mesothelioma attorneys or mesothelioma lawyers, plus having to mentally deal with this cancer can put the body in a state of stress. If you live in the state of Illinois, make sure you have an Illinois mesothelioma lawyer who can make it a more peaceful process.


mistery said...

Hi Maria, cool blog. Totally agree with the whole meditation / visualisation / affirmation things. I know it works --- from personal experience. I was diagnosed as having a degenerative bone disease and could get no help or answers from mainstream medicine. I strongly believe I healed myself, by means of techniques such as you describe in your blog.

Here are a couple cool techniques you might want to have a look at:


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