December 20, 2011

How is Your Breath?

I’m not talking about having halitosis; I’m talking about your lung power!
Most people don’t breathe in ways that are life-sustaining. In fact, they are life draining. Eighty to ninety percent of people are shallow breathers who breathe only in the chest. As a result, their organ system doesn’t get the natural massage that it would otherwise get with deep breathing. So re-build the habit of breathing deeply no matter what your condition—I usually don’t find any contraindication for having more oxygen and more relaxation, which is the result at the physiological level. See a video demonstration on how to do Full-Wave Breathing at .
You can get Dr. Tom Goode’s workbook and the Breathe and Grow Rich e-book to support Full-Wave Breathing. It will take you step-by-step to building healthier core energy so that you don’t get ill anymore. It’s been 40 years since Tom’s body has had a cold. It just doesn’t have any use for it or any need for it. What I call “The Diabetic Episode” was to teach me. It gave me material for another book and gave me another clean out and re-energization of the body. So I’m on the celebration end of that.
This article is based on a presentation given by Dr. Tom Goode during “Empaths Shifting into 2012: A Telesummit to Help Energy-Sensitive People Understand Their Spiritual Role on Earth.” You may get the full transcription and MP3 audio of Kate’s and Gini Grey’s presentations at
Dr. Tom Goode is the author of seven books on holistic living. His most recent book is Breathe and Grow Rich—Self Care to Enrich Your Whole Life He has written numerous articles on natural healing and is the producer of “The Cosmic Waltz,” a musical program used with Full Wave Breathing and the Inner Harmony home-study musical program for holistic health, balance, and personal transformation.

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