I have forever felt that I wasn’t breathing ok, that I wasn’t using my lungs to their fullest. When I was 4 years old, I had some early asthma signs. As I spent my childhood at my grandparents’ in the village of Poșta, Tulcea county, I was lucky enough to have my father carry me around on the southern hills at 5 a.m. for me to be able to breath-in the crisp morning air and enjoy the natural aerosol therapy. So my asthma didn’t go any further and I could get rid of any breathing difficulty. My parents and grandparents have always resorted to nature and not chemicals and each and every time the nature’s pharmacy provided us with a balancing and curing solution. This was the principle that guided me growing up and it still does whenever I develop something new in my life.
While staying home during the Covid-19 lock-down, I looked for means to support my lungs and tried to practice beneficial exercises so as to breathe correctly and deeply. Fortunately, I did not get the virus but I still think it’s a good idea to act preventively and help our body become stronger.
We can balance our body through breathing. We need to focus and activate all our organs, our physical but also our etheric body (our aura/ 7 chakras).When humans breathe, it’s not only their lungs that are working. The brain, the vascular system and the skin also play an important part. But for our physical body to work well, we need our etheric body too, we need balance in our aura and the opening of the 7 chakras:
- Muladhara– the root chakra (base of the spine) connecting us to the earth;
- Swadhisthana – the sacral chakra (2 cm beneath the belly button) and the centre of the divine self;
- Manipura – the solar plexus chakra (2 cm above the belly button), the seat of our strength andemotions;
- Anahata – the heart chakra (in the centre of the chest) where we place divine and human love;
- Visudha– the throat chakra (in the lower part of the throat), governing communication and the will to create;
- Ajna – the third eye chakra (in between our eye brows, 1 cm above the eyes), where the mind power, wisdom and access to knowledge are seated;
- Sahasrara – the crown chakra (the top of our head) connecting us with the Universe and the Divine.
People focus so much on the physical body that they forget they also have a highly valuable spiritual body. Its activation makes us feel light as a feather, balances the activity of all our physical organs and ensure their proper functioning, aligning our spirit and connecting us to the Divine.
This is why I decided to launch a 1-hour Divine Breathing course where we will practice a series of exercises supported by correct breathing and specific body movements.
Benefits of the course
Through this course, anyone can learn how to unwind their body with the help of deep and correct breathing, how to align their physical and etheric body and how to open and balance the 7 chakras.
Where to go, what is included and how much it costs
I will teach this class only at the Bucharest venue of Careless Beauty România (10 Dr. Ion Radovici street, Sector 5, Cotroceni area), every Sunday, starting at 10:00 AM; 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM. Cost: 200 Ron. This includes: a sustainable Yogistar mat; one individual bottle of etheric oil for your nose; welcoming tea. From my own experience, I would recommend a minimum of 3 consecutive sessions. Subscriptions are available for 500 Ron. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot! 🙂
First available Sunday: 16 August 2020
Come breathe with me every Sunday, at 10 AM,
Pharmacist Ioana – Adina Oancea, PhD