Origin and Destiny of the Life Wave
Modern scientists are just now beginning to understand what sages and wise men have been claiming since ancient times–that the life force animating our physical bodies is regulated by breath, and that the breath energy is controlled by the mind. We were breathed into existence.
Breath is the first action taken as an independent living being. In the beginning was one’s word. Voice is the mechanism we were given by Origin to say who we are and what we want, and breath constitutes the major part of the voice.
Science has established a direct link between the practice of conscious breathing and the electrochemical balance of the brain and nervous system. Breathing attunes us with the solar and lunar forces that lead to better health. The sensory network of the nose is also vital to the reticular activating system’s alerting mechanism.
Breath is the measure of life. Mice breathe very fast and live short lives. Tortoises and sloths move and breathe slow and therefore live much longer lives. Breath is unconscious. It happens automatically through the involuntary muscle system. This ties it directly into the automata at the most primal level of reality. It has somewhat of a life of its own.
Yogis and body workers place a lot of emphasis on learning how to deepen and lengthen the breath. They understand that it is the key to greater health and vitality. Becoming more conscious of the breath and its patterns are the first step in this process.
PRANA (Sanskrit) – ” Life-force” is a yogic term for vitality and breath. It is the name of the upward moving breath, which causes the spirit to evolve. It is the fundamental cycle that drives metabolism, and voice is an extension of the breath. Breath reveals the way in which we take-in life and express ourselves back out into the environment, and voice is the mechanism we have evolved to communicate who we are and what we want out of life. Whereas brainwaves reveal mostly what a person is thinking, and heartbeats mostly what a person is feeling…the breath and voice patterns weave both together in real time. The way one breathes reveals everything about their life. Therefore, breath and voice (aspiration) is the biometric of choice for evaluating the physical, mental, and spiritual essence of a human being.
Whereas most biofeedback measures electrical signals, aspiration analysis provides the ultimate feedback source of vibrations that do not have to be arbitrarily converted from electrical signals like brainwaves and heartbeats. A spectral evaluation of breath can reveal the past, present and future distribution of physical, mental/emotional and spiritual energies and provide a plan for disassembly, rearrangement and reassembly of oneself to the next highest level of order.