This’ll be short, I was admitted to the ER yesterday for a continuing gastric pain my wife and I decided had had one too many episodes to warrant a repeat. One of many thorough exams I experienced involved holding my breath for variable amounts of time so the technician could find “openings” between various organs and ribs to see what she wanted to see!
She expressed concern for me wanting to know if holding my breath posed a problem and I said, “No, reminds me of some of my old yoga breathing classes.” 😊
Now, those classes weren’t only about “breathing” – using and controlling the breath was part of the overall class of learning more of ourselves and how we are connected by the very air we breathe.
So I thought it very cool a breath training segment of some of my yoga classes actually helped enable a health caretaker, my medical helper of the moment, also better “see” inside me, and thus help heal me!
Amazing I think!
Anyway, tomorrow I have surgery, and it will go better I think, because I had practiced and knew how to inhale, and hold to variable time frames during or at full breath —
I may have a reduced posting and commenting (on others’ posts) ability for a short time, but I may end up having a fuller wider time-frame (life) to enjoy creating and commenting longer. Not a bad trade off 😊
All the best everyone!
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A multi-generational short story of mine about yoga in Paris – Eiffel Tower Pose on Family Yoga Day
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