Brain Respiration: Making Your Brain Creative, Peaceful, and Productive

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Healing Society, 2002 - Self-Help - 232 pages
In Brain Respiration, Ilchi Lee offers potent and profound methods to affect both evolutionary as well as revolutionary changes in human life and consciousness. Here are revealed secrets to unlock the portals of consciousness. Here too, in clear and precise instructions, are the keys to the unfolding of the many latent potentials we all contain and fail to use. If applied widely and seriously, the spiritual technology offered here could affect the transformation of the human condition in our time. - Jean Houston, Ph.D. Co-director of the Foundation for Mind Research We are at the threshold of a new form of consciousness. I call it evolutionary consciousness and conscious evolution. That means we have to come into choice about our acts because it's affecting everything. To be able to make those choices, you need more Brain Respiration because most people can't think that way, so Brain Respiration techniques for enhancing human consciousness are essential for conscious evolution to work. - Barbara Marx Hubbard, Founder of Conscious Evolution

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warning ichee lee is a cult leader. stay away. Acupuncture is the way they take control of your brain. the tapping is ok. they have centers worldwide. cheap $20 Acupuncture. don't drink the cool aid.

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Brain Respiration: This book doesn’t read like others, and I don’t know if it’s for everybody. But something about it really spoke to me. The idea of Brain Respiration is a profound method to effect both evolutionary as well as revolutionary changes in human life and consciousness. The concepts of connecting the physical body (blood), energy body (emotions) and spiritual body (knowing) together is a concept that is lacking in today’s societal structure as far as acceptance of the different methods of reaching a true understanding of ourselves. I especially like the concept of becoming a magnet for good information. The first condition being that in order to receive good information, we must first set our scale (our prejudicial mind) to zero. In other words, it’s difficult to see the world as it really is through rose tinted glasses, most of us are still looking through them even though we believe we have taken them off. If you look around today at the world, we tend to be looking for the bad in any situation. Terrorists may strike at any moment, you’ll be gunned down in your house if you don’t watch this broadcast, celebrity tabloids – we are certainly a society that looks for the worst in people and revels in the reporting of it all. This book is taking a different approach to the way we take in our information. It’s different than taking steps to be educated about protecting yourself, your home and family it’s gone well beyond that. You have to stop and ask yourself, if we are always looking to find the bad in everything, what are we inviting into this world?  


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About the author (2002)

ILCHI LEE has dedicated his life to health and peace education. In 1980, Lee undertook an intensive twenty-one-day meditation on Mount Moak in South Korea, which culminated in his spiritual awakening to a philosophy of enlightened action. Ilchi Lee is the founder of Dahnhak and Brain Respiration, integrated mind-body training programs. He is also the founder of the Healing Society and Earth Human Movements, which aim to make peace an individual experience that ripples for the benefit of all humanity. Lee has authored twenty-eight books, including Healing Society, which became Amazon's number one bestseller one month after publication. His other titles include The Twelve Enlightenments for Healing Society, and Healing Chakra.Currently, Lee serves as president of the International Graduate University of Peace in Chunan, South Korea, and the Ilchi Center for Applied Neuroscience in Sedona, Arizona. He travels widely throughout Asia, North America, and Europe to motivate action for earth peace.

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