Proper Breathing Brings Better Health – Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
— Read on www.scientificamerican.com/article/proper-breathing-brings-better-health/

Do you want to learn more?

To be a proper breather, it may take more than awareness.

Like most good habits, it may take practice.

What’s stopping you, here is a place to get started, find a better way to breathe.

Why not read the article in the link above?

Is Popcorn Lung Caused By Vaping?

Deep breathing is associated with better health, yet the busy pace of life and sedentary environments have conditioned us to only take quick, shallow breaths.
— Read on www.healthline.com/health/smoking/popcorn-lung-vaping

Breathing is good for health span.

Awareness is good for your health.

Education is key.

Please support the effort and read about it.

Recovery will come, “because people want to travel”: An interview with ACTA President Wendy Paradis – Travelweek

TORONTO — ACTA couldn’t make it any more clear.
— Read on www.travelweek.ca/news/recovery-will-come-because-people-want-to-travel-an-interview-with-acta-president-wendy-paradis/

Who wants to travel and what is on your bucket list?

Some say Canada, or beautiful B.C.

There are so many sights in all the provinces.

And Canada needs people to live here.

It is a wonderful place to visit, especially for those who want to work or perhaps live here one day.

The Evolution Of Philosophy

The first philosopher chose to keep being an evolution of himself.

Loosing faith in an old belief and adapting a new more workable one.

Plato’s God opened up humanity for another thousand years.

And Aristotle postponed the science that his teacher had awoken.

And what of the pursuit of pleasure and avoidance of pain?

And the many schools of thought that arrived in the world.

And what of the many worlds: Rome, China, Africa, South America, the New World.

As time passed and the population grew, so did philosophy.

Today there are philosophies from every age.

How can one embrace these ideas and use them wisely?

Many will not say, or express their state of mind, or trust the voices of the past.

But to build a practice and put it to good use is still a good place to start.

The ‘philosopher’s stone’, most likely a myth, may make a good metaphor.

Change bad habits into good ones.

Do this while learning about philosophy and applying the workable ideas that best improve or make a good life.

Perhaps an honest contribution along the journey will pay it forward.

We Are All Explorers

Unity starts when you free yourself from your hatred, fears, and running from a state of mind.

Can you learn to start your exploration from home?

Can you bring your focus closer to home?

Inner peace is important, begin to face yourself before it is too late.

You are not alone, you may make friends with fellow explorers.

Why ‘be kind, be calm and be safe’ is more than just a catchphrase in B.C.’s COVID-19 fight

Why ‘be kind, be calm and be safe’ is more than just a catchphrase in B.C.’s COVID-19 fight
— Read on www.google.ca/amp/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.5544951

Imagine when inner peace is more important than time and money.

Just think about a difficult time in your life when you felt inner peace.

Be kind, be calm , be safe…

Health Span can be improved in any situation.

A pandemic may present this radical form of societally acceptable behaviour.

So will certain personal goals or group goals.

Imagine a situation where you treat yourself and others to be ‘kindly, calmly and safely.’

Conscious

Or not, how often do you change the subject when you don’t feel like talking about something or doing something?

How often are you conscious of stopping yourself from doing something?

How well do you know yourself?

Consciousness is just the tip of the iceberg.

Most of the body runs unconscious or autopilot.

When is autopilot dangerous to use?

Being aware is not always possible.

To practice consciously making choices and decisions will improve the habit of making it a practice.

Think about consciousness and how you need to use yours in a healthy way.

What is your prime directive?

Are you aware of having one, and if so, is it worth having it?