The Manifestation Process

There are 3 ingredients to the Manifestation Process

The 1st ingredient is the incessantly erupting Source Energy.
It is the self-perpetuating and spontaneously appearing Life-force.
This Life-force is what creates you and your world. It is what fuels you and projects the results of your thinking.

The 2nd ingredient is your “Thinking Process”.
It can be fleeting thoughts or pearls of wisdom.
Or you can be caught in the unaware Thinking Process with programming and Incomplete Experiences.

The 3rd ingredient is your externally projected objective world.
It is your thinking, projected through the light of Source Energy, on to the canvas of your perceived world.

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

There are 3 ingredients to the Manifestation Process

The 1st ingredient is the incessantly erupting Source Energy.
It is the self-perpetuating and spontaneously appearing Life-force.
This Life-force is what creates you and your world. It is what fuels you and projects the results of your thinking.

The 2nd ingredient is your “Thinking Process”.
It can be fleeting thoughts or pearls of wisdom.
Or you can be caught in the unaware Thinking Process with programming and Incomplete Experiences.

The 3rd ingredient is your externally projected objective world.
It is your thinking, projected through the light of Source Energy, on to the canvas of your perceived world.

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

Own Your Real Self

You do experience an external world and sometimes you worry and suffer from what you observe in it.

BUT, before all that, YOU MUST BE ALREADY HERE, otherwise it wouldn’t be possible for you to perceive an external world.

– Which means, you are not what you perceive.

– Which means, the only way you can suffer is by making-up that there is a problem with the things you observe (not everyone agrees with your opinion, nor suffer from what you think causes you suffering).

– Which means, the place YOU ARE LOOKING FROM, is a place, other than the external world, feeling like home, peace, love and aliveness. And you have not even created this place.

– Which means, there is a place, where your true spontaneous nature is JUST HERE, without any struggle, expense, or suffering.

Awareness is where you come from (your source) and who you are in essence (your beingness). Awareness is your basic natural foundation. Without your awareness you wouldn’t have any experiences and you wouldn’t experience existing.

Although, Awareness can be temporarily forgotten and hidden, it cannot be created or deleted. Awareness cannot be wrong, changed, improved, or purified. Awareness is only the observing, opinion-less, pure presence, like that perceiving thing, looking out from your eyes.

So, if you recognize and live in your presence, you live in the perfect now, and in no need of correction.

But your mind can eclipse your awareness, leaving you un-aware. That “separated from Awareness” wants to be validated and recognized as being real and accurate.

It wants you to be busy correcting yourself and the world, so it won’t disappear as you touch Awareness.

You are the Awareness.

Natural Breathing is a great way to:

* OWN YOUR REAL SELF.
* Wake you up from your limiting and painful suffering and give you a direct experience of your Real Self.

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

You do experience an external world and sometimes you worry and suffer from what you observe in it.

BUT, before all that, YOU MUST BE ALREADY HERE, otherwise it wouldn’t be possible for you to perceive an external world.

– Which means, you are not what you perceive.

– Which means, the only way you can suffer is by making-up that there is a problem with the things you observe (not everyone agrees with your opinion, nor suffer from what you think causes you suffering).

– Which means, the place YOU ARE LOOKING FROM, is a place, other than the external world, feeling like home, peace, love and aliveness. And you have not even created this place.

– Which means, there is a place, where your true spontaneous nature is JUST HERE, without any struggle, expense, or suffering.

Awareness is where you come from (your source) and who you are in essence (your beingness). Awareness is your basic natural foundation. Without your awareness you wouldn’t have any experiences and you wouldn’t experience existing.

Although, Awareness can be temporarily forgotten and hidden, it cannot be created or deleted. Awareness cannot be wrong, changed, improved, or purified. Awareness is only the observing, opinion-less, pure presence, like that perceiving thing, looking out from your eyes.

So, if you recognize and live in your presence, you live in the perfect now, and in no need of correction.

But your mind can eclipse your awareness, leaving you un-aware. That “separated from Awareness” wants to be validated and recognized as being real and accurate.

It wants you to be busy correcting yourself and the world, so it won’t disappear as you touch Awareness.

You are the Awareness.

Natural Breathing is a great way to:

* OWN YOUR REAL SELF.
* Wake you up from your limiting and painful suffering and give you a direct experience of your Real Self.

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

Yawning and Natural Breathing

Why do you yawn?
A yawn is the body’s way to take in more oxygen/energy/spirit.

A yawn is the lungs way to get satisfactorily stretched and exercised.

A yawn is also your Breathing Control System kicking in, to use up any extra energy you have, to keep you in status quo and avoid adding more energy, happiness, passion, creativity, and success, because supposedly it is safer to remain with a mis-understood and numbed out life.

When you yawn, you open up your chest and lungs and fill your body with more air, while also tightening your jaw, and avoiding having an increase of energy.

Yawning is not sleep-inducing, as is commonly believed. The increased oxygen inhaled is actually waking you up, so yawning can be helpful.

When does yawning happen?
Yawning happens when you let down your guard against feeling more. Instead of the usual sub-ventilating and stifling your air inflow, you open up to the unknown.

Yawning is a sign that you have halted your usual resistance to letting in more energy into your life. Thus, naturally, your breathing quality is increased, as evidenced by an increased air exchange, but if you don’t know the mechanics that transformation requires, you get stuck with deflating the increased energy again, through continuous yawning.

Why do you yawn in a breathing session?
The good news is that a yawn opens up your Natural Breathing and energizes and wakes you up to experiencing and feeling more.

The not so good news is that a yawn includes tightening of your jaw muscles and thus use up and consume the increased energy that you just amplified.

A yawn also slows down your breathing tempo, leaving you with less air exchange.

The benefit of yawning in a Natural Breathing session is that it flexes and unhooks a blocked chest and wakes you up to feel more.

How to work with yawning?
If you are not breathing much, starting with yawning increases your air-volume. One yawn is good, because it makes you flex your chest muscles and for you to realize how deep your inhale ideally can – should be.

But once your breathing system is open, which happens with one or a few yawns, continuing yawning, leaves you using up more energy than you take in and thus inhibits your progress.

Choose to not tighten your jaw muscles (TMJ) when you do Natural Breathing and don’t make the usual pause that happens after a yawn. Pick up your inhale immediately right after the end of the exhale, without any pause, and your continuous yawning will stop.

Be aware, at the first inkling, when your jaw muscles start to tighten.  This is where the Breathing Control System kicks in. Resisting this tightening, at the very beginning of the yawn, by focusing on not slowing down your breathing, but continuing your passionate breathing tempo, can get you beyond the urge to yawn and raise your Life-force level.

Excerpt from Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

Why do you yawn?
A yawn is the body’s way to take in more oxygen/energy/spirit.

A yawn is the lungs way to get satisfactorily stretched and exercised.

A yawn is also your Breathing Control System kicking in, to use up any extra energy you have, to keep you in status quo and avoid adding more energy, happiness, passion, creativity, and success, because supposedly it is safer to remain with a mis-understood and numbed out life.

When you yawn, you open up your chest and lungs and fill your body with more air, while also tightening your jaw, and avoiding having an increase of energy.

Yawning is not sleep-inducing, as is commonly believed. The increased oxygen inhaled is actually waking you up, so yawning can be helpful.

When does yawning happen?
Yawning happens when you let down your guard against feeling more. Instead of the usual sub-ventilating and stifling your air inflow, you open up to the unknown.

Yawning is a sign that you have halted your usual resistance to letting in more energy into your life. Thus, naturally, your breathing quality is increased, as evidenced by an increased air exchange, but if you don’t know the mechanics that transformation requires, you get stuck with deflating the increased energy again, through continuous yawning.

Why do you yawn in a breathing session?
The good news is that a yawn opens up your Natural Breathing and energizes and wakes you up to experiencing and feeling more.

The not so good news is that a yawn includes tightening of your jaw muscles and thus use up and consume the increased energy that you just amplified.

A yawn also slows down your breathing tempo, leaving you with less air exchange.

The benefit of yawning in a Natural Breathing session is that it flexes and unhooks a blocked chest and wakes you up to feel more.

How to work with yawning?
If you are not breathing much, starting with yawning increases your air-volume. One yawn is good, because it makes you flex your chest muscles and for you to realize how deep your inhale ideally can – should be.

But once your breathing system is open, which happens with one or a few yawns, continuing yawning, leaves you using up more energy than you take in and thus inhibits your progress.

Choose to not tighten your jaw muscles (TMJ) when you do Natural Breathing and don’t make the usual pause that happens after a yawn. Pick up your inhale immediately right after the end of the exhale, without any pause, and your continuous yawning will stop.

Be aware, at the first inkling, when your jaw muscles start to tighten.  This is where the Breathing Control System kicks in. Resisting this tightening, at the very beginning of the yawn, by focusing on not slowing down your breathing, but continuing your passionate breathing tempo, can get you beyond the urge to yawn and raise your Life-force level.

Excerpt from Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

Tetany

If you use Natural Breathing as your “waking up to success” process, then, first you need to build your Life-force energy to such a high level that you are retaining more energy than you use up.

If you do that, first your basic energy demands are met, and then, your surplus energy will have to find new places to go to, which are the areas of yourself, that you have previously shut down, because of traumas and mis-learnings. When your excess energy reaches your restricted areas, it will unlock them and expand you beyond your normal restrictions.

During your expansion process you may have a knee-jerk reaction to resist your new experience. Such a resistance shows up as a holding back – a tightening of your muscles – called “Tetany”. Eventually, you’ll surrender to enjoying this heightened experience, and thus you let go of Tetany.

You should celebrate when you get Tetany, because then you know you are breathing beyond your Breathing Threshold and therefore a true transformation is taking place.

Tetany is always safe
Tetany is a temporary reaction, that will pass within minutes. You will always leave a Natural Breathing session with your body functioning normally again.

The first time you have Tetany, it can be startling, if you don’t know what Tetany is and how it works, because the first experience of Tetany is that you feel you lose control of your hands, arms, mouth, and face. Your muscles get stiff, and you can’t move.

Actually, you can move. You can take total control of your body if you get distracted out of your resistance. Like, if the fire-alarm goes off, you will instantly act normally and get away.

After you have had the experience of Tetany you know it is safe.

If you never have Tetany, you are not building a surplus of energy, through breathing and you don’t get-out-of-the-way enough, to raise above your Breathing Threshold, but stay within your no-real-change safe zone.

When you feel safe with Tetany, you’ll find it, not only interesting, but valuable to your success.

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

If you use Natural Breathing as your “waking up to success” process, then, first you need to build your Life-force energy to such a high level that you are retaining more energy than you use up.

If you do that, first your basic energy demands are met, and then, your surplus energy will have to find new places to go to, which are the areas of yourself, that you have previously shut down, because of traumas and mis-learnings. When your excess energy reaches your restricted areas, it will unlock them and expand you beyond your normal restrictions.

During your expansion process you may have a knee-jerk reaction to resist your new experience. Such a resistance shows up as a holding back – a tightening of your muscles – called “Tetany”. Eventually, you’ll surrender to enjoying this heightened experience, and thus you let go of Tetany.

You should celebrate when you get Tetany, because then you know you are breathing beyond your Breathing Threshold and therefore a true transformation is taking place.

Tetany is always safe
Tetany is a temporary reaction, that will pass within minutes. You will always leave a Natural Breathing session with your body functioning normally again.

The first time you have Tetany, it can be startling, if you don’t know what Tetany is and how it works, because the first experience of Tetany is that you feel you lose control of your hands, arms, mouth, and face. Your muscles get stiff, and you can’t move.

Actually, you can move. You can take total control of your body if you get distracted out of your resistance. Like, if the fire-alarm goes off, you will instantly act normally and get away.

After you have had the experience of Tetany you know it is safe.

If you never have Tetany, you are not building a surplus of energy, through breathing and you don’t get-out-of-the-way enough, to raise above your Breathing Threshold, but stay within your no-real-change safe zone.

When you feel safe with Tetany, you’ll find it, not only interesting, but valuable to your success.

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

Mouth vs. Nose Breathing

Breathing can be done through your mouth or your nose
Mouth vs. nose breathing shows you whether you tend to engage and relate more with your external world or your internal world.

Mouth breathing
Breathing through your mouth shows that you are physically and emotionally engaged with your life.

Whenever you laugh or cry or run or exercise or sigh or yawn, you breathe through your mouth, so Natural Breathing is naturally done through the mouth.

Mouth breathing is also preferred in Natural Breathing because it is easier and gives you faster access to a full breath and more air than through the nose.

Nose breathing
Breathing through your nose connects you with your internal world.

Nose breathing pacifies you. This may be good to do if you want to meditate or calm down.

Sometimes nose breathing can take place at the end of a session, but is not ideal, since it dis-engages physical and emotional awareness.

Alternating Mouth and Nose breathing
Breathing in through the nose and exhaling through the mouth or any combination thereof can only be done by mentally controlling your Life-force. It takes effort and a certain level of muscle engagement to constantly change the flow of the air, and thus uses up Life-force, keeping you below the Breathing Threshold.

Unobstructed Natural Breathing is always done through the mouth. 

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

Breathing can be done through your mouth or your nose
Mouth vs. nose breathing shows you whether you tend to engage and relate more with your external world or your internal world.

Mouth breathing
Breathing through your mouth shows that you are physically and emotionally engaged with your life.

Whenever you laugh or cry or run or exercise or sigh or yawn, you breathe through your mouth, so Natural Breathing is naturally done through the mouth.

Mouth breathing is also preferred in Natural Breathing because it is easier and gives you faster access to a full breath and more air than through the nose.

Nose breathing
Breathing through your nose connects you with your internal world.

Nose breathing pacifies you. This may be good to do if you want to meditate or calm down.

Sometimes nose breathing can take place at the end of a session, but is not ideal, since it dis-engages physical and emotional awareness.

Alternating Mouth and Nose breathing
Breathing in through the nose and exhaling through the mouth or any combination thereof can only be done by mentally controlling your Life-force. It takes effort and a certain level of muscle engagement to constantly change the flow of the air, and thus uses up Life-force, keeping you below the Breathing Threshold.

Unobstructed Natural Breathing is always done through the mouth. 

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.