The Science of Breath
Breath (breth) noun
- the air taken into or expelled from the lungs. “I was gasping for breath.”
- an inhalation or exhalation of air from the lungs. plural noun:breaths
“She drew in a quick breath.”
the power of breathing; life.
synonyms: life, life force”
“There is breath left in her.”
Life is not about getting. Life is about letting go! ~ Diva JC
Every breath, as Word or wonderous sigh, precipitates change.
Now, imagine our bodily waters flowing, breath by breath, covering all Creation in a mist of intentioned time. As focus goes so will Creation flow.
Breathe easily, releasing vaporized sighs of matters realized thru intentioned Gratitude.
ah – ommmmmmmm
Breath contains both air and moisture.
The moisture, or water, is impregnated and charged with the flowing
magnetism of feelings that attracts that which has been
willed, visualized, and thought into form.
Even the smallest amount of charged water has the ability to change all water that it comes into contact with. On the out breath, the moisture in the breath is in immediate contact with the moisture in the air of the macrocosm, and this magnetism ripples out to the entire Unified Field of magnetic energy in the astral plane.
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