Monday, November 27, 2017

How Buteyko Breathing Method Heals Chronic Disease

Buteyko Breathing Method
How Buteyko Breathing Method Heals Chronic Disease 

We all know, to learn to pray or successfully visualize, first one has to learn to calm his breathing, thus calming his mind. Thus breathing exercises can be a good first step before learning meditation. But now we come to the knowledge that such breathing exercises can heal many sicknesses.

All these chronic diseases only occur to people with less then optimal control pose; asthma, allergies, angina, anxiety, auto immune disorder, bronchitis, bronchiecstasis, chronic fatigue, chrons's disease, depression, diabetis type 2, emphysema, high blood pressure, hormonal imbalance, irritable bowel, lupus, MS, obesity, snoring, sleep apnea, schizophrenia, stress related conditions.

Optimal breathing: 60 sec. = 3-4 liters per minute: You are in perfect health!
CP: 30 = breathing for 2 people: Not perfect health, but not dramatic incidents or danger.
CP: 20 = 3 times above optimal: Organism will try to compensate.
CP: 15 - you are breathing 4 times above what's recomended; all your systems are under stress.

Here is a Documentary on the Buteyko Method by QED, BBC 1, 1998

Yogis believe that the life span of a man is measured not in years but in number of breaths. If a person's inhalation is rapid, he or she will die young. If a person is economical with their breath, they will live a hundred years or more. We confirm that breathing reduction slows down and sometimes even reverses ageing.

The reason for this is that this method boosts oxygenation of skin and other organs; it helps the whole body function in a healthier and more efficient way. In about three months their friends will start asking them "What happened? You look much better... younger".

Learn Buteyko's Control Pause to Heal Chronic Disease

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

256 Years Old Man Reveals his Secrets for Long Life

256 Years Old Man Reveals his Secrets

What is the longest a person has ever lived for? Meet Li Ching Yuen, a man who lived an astonishing 256 years! And no, this is not a myth or a fictional tale.

According to a 1930 New York Times article, Wu Chung-chieh, a professor of the Chengdu University, discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827 congratulating Li Ching-Yuen on his 150th birthday, and further documents later congratulating him on his 200th birthday in 1877. In 1928, a New York Times correspondent wrote that many of the old men in Li’s neighborhood asserted that their grandfathers knew him when they were boys, and that he at that time was a grown man.

Li Ching Yuen reportedly began his herbalist career at the age of 10, where he gathered herbs in mountain ranges and learned of their potency for longevity. For almost 40 years, he survived on a diet of herbs such as lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shoo wu and gotu kola and rice wine. In 1749, at the age of 71, he joined the Chinese armies as teacher of martial arts. Li was said to be a much-loved figure in his community, marrying 23 times and fathering over 200 children.

According to the generally accepted tales told in his province, Li was able to read and write as a child, and by his tenth birthday had traveled in Kansu, Shansi, Tibet, Annam, Siam and Manchuria gathering herbs. For the first hundred years he continued at this occupation. Then he switched to selling herbs gathered by others. He sold lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shou wu and gotu kola along with other Chinese herbs, and lived off a diet of these herbs and rice wine.


According to one of Li’s disciples, he had once encountered an even older 500-year-old man, who taught him Qigong exercises and dietary recommendations that would help him extend his lifespan to superhuman proportions. Apart from Qigong and a herb-rich diet, what else can we learn from this Master of Longevity?

How about this: On his death bed, Li famously said, “I have done all that I have to do in this world”. Could his peaceful last words also hint at one of the biggest secrets to a long and prosperous life? It’s interesting to note that in the West, we’re often taught to believe that aging is something that must be “beaten” with high tech infrared devices and state of the art medication.


Li was asked what his secret was to longevity. This was his reply: “Keep a quiet heart, sit like a tortoise, walk sprightly like a pigeon and sleep like a dog.” These were the words of advice Li gave to Wu Pei-fu, the warlord, who took Li into his house to learn the secret of extremely long life.

Li maintained that inward calm and peace of mind combined with breathing techniques were the secrets to incredible longevity. Obviously, his diet would have played a large role. But its fascinating that the old living person in recorded history attributes his long life to his state of mind.


With the average lifespan for the Western world currently sitting between 70-85 years, the thought of someone living over 100 years old seems like quite the stretch. The thought of someone living over 200 years old seems extremely suspicious. But why don’t we believe that people can live this long?

We have to keep in mind that some people in this world don’t live a grueling 9-5 lifestyle, they don’t have to deal with the stresses of debt, they aren’t breathing polluted city air, and they exercise regularly. They don’t eat refined sugars or flour, or any foods that have had pesticides sprayed on them. They aren’t living off of the standard American diet.

They aren’t eating fatty meats, sugary desserts, and genetically modified foods. No antibiotics. No alcohol and no tobacco. Their diets not only exclude junk foods that we so often indulge in, they also include superfoods and herbs which are like steroids for our organs and immune system.

They also spend their spare time in nature practicing breathing techniques and meditating which have been proven to improve mental, physical, and emotional health. They keep things simple, get proper sleep, and spend a great deal of time in nature under the sun. When we get a chance to relax in the sun, we feel instantly rejuvenated and call this a “vacation”. Imagine spending a lifetime doing that in the mountains, and combining that with perfect mental, spiritual, and physical well-being.

I do not doubt for a minute that if we all did the things we knew we were supposed to do, that living to be 100 years old would be commonplace. When we treat our bodies right, who knows how long we can live for?

Wednesday, November 1, 2017


KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov's warning to America

Russians are masters of deception, mind control, and subversion. If you study their more modern methods, such as reflex control, which is certainly used by Putin in his foreign policy, you’ll know that Russians have put in their dues when it comes to developing tactics to control others on a mass scale. These strategies of control were used for an extended period of time against America to make its citizens believe in a collectivist ideology that would lead to the destruction of traditional American values.

Ideology can be weaponized

Bezmenov states that harmful subversion implanted by KGB has transformed America into a failed state. The USSR has of course since been dissolved, but the subversive ideas have not stopped, and ironically has served as blowback to the current non-communist Russian state.

Yuri Bezmenov, a disillusioned Soviet KGB agent, defected to North America while stationed in India. His goal was to save the West from Soviet subversion by publicizing KGB tactics and goals. While he received some attention in the Western press, his warnings have mostly gone unheeded while much of what he predicted has come true.

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