The Miracle of the Breath: Mastering Fear, Healing Illness, and Experiencing the Divine

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New World Library, Oct 6, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 336 pages
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"Take a Deep Breath." "Just breathe." These are common calming mantras, but what do they really mean? Though every second of life is governed by breath, few people pay heed to this important facet of good health. The Miracle of the Breath explores the importance of breath not only to physical well-being but also as a powerful conduit of divine energy. Replete with stories and case studies of people healed from asthma, arthritis, anxiety attacks, and other physical and mental traumas through proper breath work, the book also examines the concept of breath as a spiritual life force. Drawing on methods of observing and controlling the breath developed by ancient masters in India, China, and Tibet, it includes meditations and practice techniques to help readers improve their emotional and spiritual health.
 

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Contents

Notes
287
Bibliography
293
Recommended Reading
297
Acknowledgments
301
Index
303
About the Author
315
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Trained as a classical jazz guitarist, Andy Caponigro performed with various musical groups and taught at the esteemed Berklee School of Music in Boston. After working with many musicians and singers to help them overcome stage fright and better control their breathing for improved performances, he decided to explore breathwork in more detail. These studies led him to begin a healing practice. He works privately with people suffering from chronic illness and psychological problems who were not helped by conventional therapies, with amazing results. He continues to lead workshops and train others to use his techniques. Andy Caponigro lives in Hadley, Massachusetts. Goto miracleofthebreath.com to visit his website.

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