Deep Breathing engages the neocortex (b) of the brain (below)
Ordinary Breathing run by the limbic part (a) of the brain (above)
Ordinary breathing leads to ordinary lives and deep diaphragmatic breathing leads to quality lives.
With engagement of the neocortex, the practice of deep breathing trains the brain of the practitioner to meet all challenges posed by life.
Take a deep breath and dive down to the depths of the ocean -- and life -- with world champion free diver Tanya Streeter who has often been asked to redefine her own limits. In sharing her journeys, she invites us to do the same.
Stig Åvall Severinsen was the first person to hold his breath for more than 20 minutes under water, a Guinness World Record. He believes that controlling our breath means controlling our lives.
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