Art of Breathing

Breathing, one of the most recurrent functions of human body, is the most essential and vitalizing action we subconsciously perform more than 20,000 times a day; that will add up to approximately 73,000,00 times a year. What if you have been breathing incorrectly the entire time? Up until the past 100 or 150 years, our daily activities – farm duties, hunting, hard manual labor, and long walks – required that we use our diaphragms as our main breathing muscle – not anymore. Slouching in front of computer, poor posture, shallow breathing, improper exhalation, exposure to polluted environment, lack of physical activity are only few examples that are creating a lifestyle that is contrasting with proper breathing. Modern life compels people to use about a third of their natural lung capacity leading.

Every cell of our body requires oxygen carried to it by blood to keep the cell healthy and fully operational. When the cells in our body are deprived of right amount of oxygen, they either underperform or malfunction, causing suppression of immune system. Only a fully functional immune system can bestow perfect health to the human beings. Thus, poor breathing leads to various diseases ranging from common health problems like cough and cold, indigestion, infections, influenza, pneumonia to chronic diseases like asthma, arthritis, cystic fibrosis, diabetes, coronary heart problems, cancer, and many more.

Fortunately, there is a sure-shot solution to dealing with this critical problem of improper breathing, i.e. OORJA, the art of breathing. Developed by Yogacharya Gopal Krishan, an erudite yogi and nature lover, after having spent more than 14 years in the research and development of accurate breathing techniques, OORJA breathing has helped thousands of people who suffered from numerous physical and mental ailments caused primarily by wrong way of breathing. Yogiji defines the right way breathing as inhaling and exhaling strictly through the nostrils and never through the mouth. In his own words, ‘Many people breath through the mouth and eat their own breath. That is an entirely incorrect way of breathing. It must be corrected to enjoy the gift of health Mother Nature has bestowed upon us.’

In the testimonial videos, you can see patients suffering from common problems like indigestion, hypertension, cervical spondylitis, and lower back ache, etc having benefitted tremendously by OORJA breathing. To add to it, by performing OORJA breathing under expert guidance of Yogacharya Gopal Krishan, many have also experienced remarkable improvement in their chronic health conditions like asthma, depression, arthritis, diabetes and even cancer.

Come and experience unprecedented transformation in your physical and mental health by virtue of OORJA , the art of breathing. Breathe for change, breathe for health, and breathe for life.


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