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Just Breathe

Mastering Breathwork

Dan Brule

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Hailed by Tony Robbins as the “definitive breathwork handbook,”
Just Breathe will teach you how to harness your breath to reduce stress, increase productivity, balance your health, and find the path to spiritual awakening.

Big meeting jitters? Anxiety over a test or taxes? Hard time focusing? What if you could control your outcomes and change results simply by regulating your breath?

In this simple and revolutionary guide, world-renowned pioneer of breathwork Dan Brulé shares the Breath Mastery technique that has helped people in more than fifty countries reduce anxiety, improve their health, and tap infinite stores of energy.
Just Breathe reveals the truth that elite athletes, champion martial artists, Navy SEAL warriors, first responders, and spiritual yogis have always known—when you regulate your breathing, you can moderate your state of well-being. So if you want to clear and calm your mind and spark peak performance, the secret is just a breath away.

Breathwork gives you the tools to achieve benefits in a wide range of issues including: managing acute/chronic pain; helping with insomnia, weight loss, attention deficit, anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief; improving intuition, creativity, mindfulness, self-esteem, and leadership; and much more. Recommended “for those who wish to destress naturally” (
Library Journal),
Just Breathe will help you utilize your breath to benefit your body, mind, and spirit.

"This is a timely and essential book for our challenged world. Dan Brulé is a true master and deeply inspiring. Just Breathe is free medicine that will not only bring you optimal health, but also expand your consciousness." Mark Divine, retired navy seal, founder/ceo Sealfit, and New York Times bestselling author of The Way of the Seal and Unbeatable Mind

Dan Brulé is the world’s foremost expert and renowned pioneer in the field of breathwork, and leader of the worldwide Spiritual Breathing movement. He served in the United States Navy as a medical deep-sea dive during the Vietnam era and completed his master’s degree in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Tony Robbins is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. For more than thirty-seven years, millions of people have enjoyed the warmth, humor, and the transformational power of Mr. Robbins’s business and personal development events. He is one of the nation’s top life and business strategists. He’s called upon to consult and coach with some of the world’s finest athletes, entertainers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and presidents. Robbins is a founder or partner in over a dozen companies in industries as diverse as a five-star Fijian island resort to custom 3D printed Prosthetic limbs. Through the Tony Robbins foundation and his matching funds, Tony has provided over 400 million meals in his partnership with Feeding America. He lives in Palm Beach, Florida.

Produktdetails

Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 224
Erscheinungsdatum 27.02.2018
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-5011-6306-7
Verlag Simon + Schuster
Maße (L/B/H) 21,3/13,9/1,7 cm
Gewicht 185 g
Verkaufsrang 36024

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    THE POWER OF BREATH MASTERY

    For breath is life, and if you breathe well you will live long on earth.

    -SANSKRIT PROVERB

    Let me tell you about my awakening to the breath. I was in the first grade at a Catholic school in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The pastor of our church made the first of his weekly visits to our classroom that Friday morning.

    We all sat in awe of this very stern-looking old guy dressed in a long black robe with a bright red cape, holding a leather-bound Bible, its pages trimmed with gold leaf. We were all afraid. For all we knew, God could strike us dead if we didn't listen and behave. (Yes, I am a recovering "Cathaholic.")

    Switching back and forth between French and English, he talked about heaven. That was nice. And he talked about hell-definitely not nice. He told us how if we were not very, very careful, and if we did not do exactly as we were told, we would all end up in that terrible place forever! Then he read from the book of Genesis and told us how: "God took the dust of the earth and formed the body of man; and breathed into the nostrils of man the breath of life; and man became a living soul."

    To say that those words made an impression on me would be a huge understatement. I was smitten! I began to feel uncontrollable and unimaginable excitement at the thought that God was breathing into me. It was the most amazing thing I had ever heard, and I couldn't understand why everyone else wasn't excited about it like me.

    I couldn't sit still. I couldn't shut up. I think I was in a state of rapture. I know I became too animated, and I guess I disrupted the class, because I remember the monsignor's hands on my shoulders: he was forcing me to sit back down in my chair.

    Either because of him or in spite of him, something in me was definitely awakened that day. I sensed there was something magical, mystical, something wonderful and beautiful about breathing, and no amount of guilt, fear, force, shame, or cajoling was going to change or erase it. This was the spark that lit a fire in me, and to this day, I remain utterly fascinated-more than ever in fact-with breath and breathing, and with the power and potential of breathwork.

    From that moment of revelation, my personal path of breathwork took me on an incredible adventure from an X-ray technology program in Boston, and then into the US Navy during the Vietnam War era as an independent hospital corpsman, deep-sea diver, and emergency rescue specialist. I trained CPR and first-aid instructors, EMTs, and other emergency responders; developed the first stress and coping program for the American Red Cross; and designed a master's program called "The Breath as a Tool for Health, Growth, and Change" at Lesley University in Cambridge.

    Breathing training led me to study in India with yogi masters; to the Academy of Chinese Medicine in Beijing; and to the Russian Academy of Science in Moscow. I've learned methods of breathing from Zen Buddhism, from Rebirthing with Leonard Orr, from Holotropic Breathwork with Stan Grof, and other sources.

    Recently, breathwork led me to Silicon Valley, to the Nissan-Renault Group's Research Labs. This automaker developed a prototype of a car that integrates a breathing feature into the driver's and passenger's seats. A mechanism in the seat, taken from Innovzen's O2 Chair, moves in a way that promotes and supports full, relaxed breathing. It was an honor to present and fun to demonstrate the concept of "onboard breathing" to the CEO and his team. In the next few years as self-driving cars hit the highways, we'll have more free time to focus on other things, like energizing and relaxing ourselves on the way to and from wor