Breathe in naturally

Let's practice inhaling next.

This is called "kyuki". This means to bring the Ki of the Universe into our bodies.

Keeping your upper body slightly forward, start to breathe in calmly from the tip of the nose similar to how you would smell flowers.

At this time, do not think about the length of your inhale or exhale.

Some people have difficulty in breathing because they inhale quickly. In this case, imagine that your breath fills up your body first to your toes, then leg, hip, chest, and finally head. Your mind concentrates on other parts of your body so your chest and lungs will not become tense.

When people load on to a bus, people need to begin filling from the back of the bus first. If people stop at the entrance, no more people can get on the bus.

Many people put strength in their upper body when they breathe in directly into their chest. If you think about lungs and chest, you may become tense and in just a few seconds have difficulty in breathing naturally.

Breathe in calmly and just let your breath go. The breath becomes infinitely calm. When your breath becomes calm enough, return to the original position. At that time, you will feel air completely filling your body up to your head. At this time, count "one, two, three". When your breath becomes calm, open your mouth and start to exhale.

It is easy to become tense when breathing in. First, practice exhale well and understand how to exhale naturally while relaxed, then you will be able to breathe in comfortably.

Our brain uses about 20% of the oxygen in our body.

When practicing Ki breathing, our Ki extends from the tip of our toes to the top of our head. Therefore, the more you do Ki breathing, the more your brain will become active. If you practice Ki breathing for fifteen minutes daily, it will improve your health.

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