Why do we yawn?

A yawn is the body’s way to get more oxygen/energy/spirit.

And, a Yawn is the lungs way to get satisfactorily stretched to the top.

It happens when we let down our guard against feeling more, unlike the usual decreasing our air intake and numbing out when feelings are presented.

The good news is that a yawn opens up our Natural Breathing and energizes and wakes us up to feeling more.

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

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

But once the breathing is open, which happens with one or a few yawns, continuing yawning, more than a few times, leaves us without the increased energy level, we need to expand.

Excerpt from Natural Breathing OWNER’s MANUAL

Why do we yawn?

A yawn is the body’s way to get more oxygen/energy/spirit.

And, a Yawn is the lungs way to get satisfactorily stretched to the top.

It happens when we let down our guard against feeling more, unlike the usual decreasing our air intake and numbing out when feelings are presented.

The good news is that a yawn opens up our Natural Breathing and energizes and wakes us up to feeling more.

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

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

But once the breathing is open, which happens with one or a few yawns, continuing yawning, more than a few times, leaves us without the increased energy level, we need to expand.

Excerpt from Natural Breathing OWNER’s MANUAL