The Science Of Breath (Large PDF file – http://www.arfalpha.com/ScienceOfBreath/ScienceOfBreath.pdf )
Now that you’re an adult (and/or old enough to read this), you may take more interest in the act of breathing. Why would you want to do that? Maybe because it’s the one thing you do more than any other thing you do in your life?! (On average, most people breathe 15,000-25,000 times per day.) So if you take an hour or two to learn more about this popular activity, you can:
- Improve your health and peace of mind
- Reduce stress on your whole system
- Live longer (or your money back)
- Improve your potential for excellently spiritual experiences.
I could go on. Instead, just dive in. There’s more to it than you might think, and the Yogi’s have been seriously studying this for thousands of years. About a hundred years ago this 70-page Handbook for Breathers was written to help you. You do not need to be a Hindu or live in a cave to benefit from this. However, you are cautioned not to read The Science of Breath while driving.
Alternative Note: If you can’t open this PDF file on your computer, click this link for a website that talks about things like just breathing deeply.