Lessons learned about breathing

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Did you know how you feel about breathing is related to how
you feel about lessons learned about breathing?

For your consideration here are a few ideas about breathing.

 Breathing…

…is a stressor.
 
..,that is held, jammed, reversed, or shallow must be
   acknowledged, and addressed.

…that is natural, and normal is valuable for emotional,
   and physical health

                   Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept, acknowledge, and be aware of your breathing.

You take lessons learned about breathing to the next level
when you…

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Bottom line: Breathing plays an important role in your well-being!

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