Monday, June 19, 2006

The Kahuna "Cleansing Breath"

This simple kahuna breathing exercise ventilates and cleans the lungs. It stimulates the cells and tones the respiratory organs.

You may conclude any other Huna breathing exercises with the Cleansing Breath because it refreshes the entire system.

It can be used after speaking or singing to rest the repertory system.

(1) Inhale a Complete Breath.

(2) Hold the breath a few seconds.

(3) Pucker the lips as if your were whistling without swelling the cheeks. Exhale a little air through the small opening with considerable force, stop for a moment (retaining the air), and then exhale a little more. Repeat this exhalation pattern until the air is completely out.

The Cleansing breath can be used any time you are tired. I use this breath any time I have been around smoke or other air pollutants.

For more Huna Breathing techniques, click on "Key to the Unlimited Power of Huna"


© 2006 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

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