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How to Breathe by Ashley Neese

Title How to Breathe
Author Ashley Neese
Publisher Ten Speed Press
Release 2019-04-02
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 144
ISBN 0399582711
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A simple guide to breathwork by a lauded expert that takes you through 25 simple practices for everyday situations, such as de-stressing, managing anger, falling asleep, connecting with others, and more. In How to Breathe, breathwork expert Ashley Neese gives practical guidance for channeling the power of your breath to help you tackle common challenges with mindfulness and serenity. The book first introduces you to the foundations of breathwork, outlining the research-supported benefits of the practice and explaining how the breath relates to emotions and resilience. Neese then offers 25 customized practices that she has created for clients over the last decade. Each practice features an introduction explaining the origin, benefits, and purpose of the breathwork, followed by step-by-step instructions and post-practice notes. With transporting photography and modern design, How to Breathe shows how small exercises can have a huge impact on daily health and happiness.

How to Breathe Underwater by Chris Turner

Title How to Breathe Underwater
Author Chris Turner
Publisher Biblioasis
Release 2014-10-13
Category Social Science
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1927428769
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The essays and reportage in How to Breathe Underwater offer a panoramic overview of this age of radical change—from the online gambling boom in the Caribbean to Cyberjaya, the Malaysian government’s attempt to build its own Silicon Valley; from video game design to digital-age tabloid journalism to the artistry of The Simpsons; and from the fate of the Great Barrier Reef to Cuba’s economic limbo after the fall of the Soviet empire. In field reports that survey the rise of the internet in the 1990s, analyze the changing nature of mass culture in the digital age, and provide a multifaceted look at how human industry is shaping the planet’s foundations, this collection presents a fractal portrait of a society in rapid flux. Chris Turner is the author of four previous books, a nine-time National Magazine Award winner and a sought-after speaker on the rise of the global green economy, as well as a celebrated feature writer for The Walrus, Canadian Geographic, The Globe & Mail and other major publications. His lively and passionate reportage, along with his incisive essays and shrewd cultural criticism, have for the past fifteen years made essential contributions to the debates on our climate, culture, and technology. They are collected here for the first time. Praise for How To Breathe Underwater “Chris Turner is among the best magazine writers on the planet. His writing is so beautiful, wry and well-reported that it's spellbinding. And spellbreaking: He wakes you up, makes you sit upright and look afresh at our culture, our climate, and where we need to go. This is literary nonfiction at its finest.”—Clive Thompson, Wired columnist and author of Smarter Than You Think "Chris Turner is the master of long-form journalism in Canada, a smart, funny, and endlessly curious envoy to everywhere. This collection gathers his best work, forging links of meaning in a chain of superb reporting and writing; readers will see many choice pieces and realize, maybe for the first time, that they were all fashioned by the same indefatigable intelligence."—Mark Kingwell, the author of A Civil Tongue "Whatever you choose to call this kind of stylishly reported, deeply engaged, richly nuanced, gorgeously written nonfiction--saturation reportage, new journalism, longform writing--it without question qualifies as real literature. It's the only kind of journalism that gets remembered, and the only kind that produces real change. Chris Turner has been writing it since he started taking notes.”—Ian Brown, author of The Boy in the Moon and Globe & Mail feature writer

Title The Town That Forgot How To Breathe
Author Kenneth J Harvey
Publisher Random House
Release 2011-10-31
Category Fiction
Total Pages 480
ISBN 1448105455
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bareneed, Newfoundland, home to a vivid cast of characters who, one by one, come down with a mysterious breathing disorder. As the illness progresses, its victims fall into silence and are gripped by dark thoughts and urges. Meanwhile, the once-thriving cod fishery has been shut down and people find their nets full of bizarre creatures - the incarnations of legendary beasts and characters that existed in the village's tales for generations. One old-timer, Eileen Laracy, gradually makes the connection: the act of breathing is no longer automatic for the inhabitants of Bareneed - out of place and time, they have lost a fundamental part of their identity.

How to Breathe Right by Edward Lankow

Title How to Breathe Right
Author Edward Lankow
Publisher Bright Sparks
Release 1918
Category Respiration
Total Pages 167
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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How to Breathe Underwater by Julie Orringer

Title How to Breathe Underwater
Author Julie Orringer
Publisher Knopf
Release 2003
Category Fiction
Total Pages 226
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Introduces a debut collection of stories with a cast of characters who struggle with loss and suffering in their own way in such tales as "The Isabel Fish," "The Smoothest Way is Full of Stones," and "Pilgrims."

And Breathe by Rebecca Dennis

Title And Breathe
Author Rebecca Dennis
Publisher Orion
Release 2016-10-20
Category Breathing exercises
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781409168324
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A wellbeing guide to the art of conscious breathing techniques: boost energy, combat stress and improve heart health. Breathing is something we all know how to do. And yet, the majority of teenagers and adults let go of their natural ability to breathe fully. We are conditioned from an early age to control our feelings and emotions, and as a result our muscles tighten and our breathing patterns become restricted. The impact on our mental and physical wellbeing is huge. By learning how to consciously connect to our breath and encourage its natural rhythms, we can harmonise the body and mind, live life fully, find emotional freedom and feel empowered. And Breathe teaches readers how to harness the power of conscious breathing, a technique which helps alleviate stress, fatigue and negative emotions such as anger, frustration and depression, leaving readers feel calm yet energised, focused yet relaxed. It is a practical guide to letting go of the unwanted patterns of emotions, blockages and tension which hold us back and includes simple to follow exercises, tips, case studies, interviews and testimonials.

Title How to Breathe Like a Yogi All You Need to Know
Author Mimi Gund
Publisher Balboa Press
Release 2020-07-19
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 132
ISBN 1982249463
Language English, Spanish, and French
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If you are someone who seriously wants to improve their physical health using just your breath, this book is for you! If you are someone who seriously wants to grow in consciousness & experience a quiet & peaceful mind, this book is definitely for you!

Time to Breathe by Bill Mitchell

Title Time to Breathe
Author Bill Mitchell
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2020-11-24
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1472972988
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ever feel like you're so busy and stressed that you forget to breathe? This book is for all of us struggling on with the multiple demands of jobs that never seem to end and the complexities of home lives. All of which can lead to exhaustion, unhappiness, burn-out or depression--this book offers a road map of practical, effective solutions. This book is for people who are struggling with the multiple demands of jobs that never seem to end and the complexities of their home lives. Struggling on without thinking through how to make it work can lead to exhaustion, unhappiness, burn-out or depression. No Time To Breathe presents practical ideas that come out of Dr Bill Mitchell's clinical experience in getting people back to a zone of better energy, balance, fulfillment and more balanced ways of thinking about themselves. Through case studies of the everyday lives of people in many walks of professional life, we see how many of us can accidentally set off down a pathway that takes us away from our previously healthy robust selves--often without recognizing it. When we can no longer stabilize our emotions and protect our energy we become overwhelmed, and rather than confident become self-doubting, guilty and anxious. This book describes three key building blocks of a balancing system to keep us within the energized healthy zone, in spite of the pressures we are under at work and at home. These are: self-awareness, an understanding of the physiology of energy, and a willingness to lead a more decisions-based life for better balance and effective working. Together, these form an overarching empowered mindset, freeing us from the mental habits that lead us to de-prioritize time for ourselves. And leading to far happier outcomes than feeling trapped and helpless, or walking away from career paths into which we have invested years of our lives.

Pranayama Breathing Techniques Book by Mark Gabriel Reynolds

Title Pranayama Breathing Techniques Book
Author Mark Gabriel Reynolds
Publisher
Release 2021-02-07
Category
Total Pages 140
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Do you wish to feel and be healthier? Do you want to add another healing layer to your yoga practice? Would you like to learn something that is both practical and helpful? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are going to want to keep reading.The power of pranayama breathing is no secret. It has been around for hundreds of years, and yogis have been using the power of this breath for just as long. The great news is, you can learn how to practice pranayama breathing. This book is here to guide you along the path of learning about pranayama breathing and what it can do for you.Breathing seems like a simple concept. It's the first thing we all do when we're born. That, and crying, yet it seems as though we have forgotten how to breathe properly. Correct me if I'm wrong, but you have days where you seem as if you can't stop yawning. You assume you are sleepy, yet you got a good night's sleep. All of that yawning can be a sign that you aren't breathing correctly. That is only one sign that you aren't breathing correctly, but you can learn the other signs and more in this book. Within these pages, you are going to learn things like: -The history of pranayama breathing-The benefits of practicing pranayama breathing and how it can help your long-term health-The most common signs that you aren't breathing correctly-How the breath affects the activation of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems in the human body-How breathing can affect how long you live-The correct way to breath-Different asanas or yoga poses that you can sit in while you are practicing your pranayama breath-Various types of pranayama breathing exercises, like Ujjavi, bhastrika, kapalabhati, and sama vritti-Suggestions on following a yogi approved diet-The four primitive urges and awareness... And much moreAs you can see, there is no lack of information in this book. It's not just short sentences telling your breath this way or place your hand here. It teaches you about pranayama. It will help you understand why you should be practicing these breathing techniques. It ensures that you know exactly what you are doing so that you do it correctly for the maximum benefit.Pranayama breathing practices have been known to help deal with allergy symptoms, and they can be helpful if you are prone to panic or anxiety attacks. It calms the body and the mind so that it can work as one cohesive system. Breathing is so simple, but we could all use some help with how we do it.I understand if you have read other books, and it just didn't help. This one is different. If you really want to learn how to practice pranayama breathing and reap all of the benefits that come with it, you are going to want to get this book. Don't wait any longer. Scroll up right now, and click the "buy now" button.

Breathe Stress Away by David Brookes

Title Breathe Stress Away
Author David Brookes
Publisher
Release 1997
Category Respiration
Total Pages 64
ISBN 9780952710554
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this concise book, leading psychotherapist David Brookes provides an invaluable guide on how to regain the art of healthy breathing - by taking readers through a series of beneficial exercises that can relax and stimulate

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