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Meditation In A Bottle Review

by Jency William (2019-04-24)

There is even ongoing research that Meditation In A Bottle suggests that certain frequencies can repair damaged DNA and cause the body to heal itself. This is cutting edge research. Someday we may be able to put on a set of stereo headphones and rid ourselves of just about any ailment. There has been a lot of research in this area of alternative healing methods. In the area of healthcare the future looks much brighter because of the researchers that are devoting their time and energy to this study. Talking with a friend recently about a long-ago lung illness made me reflect on how critical breathing awareness is to our physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being, yet it's something we barely acknowledge. The first thing we do when we enter our lives is breathe; the last thing we do as we exit this lifetime is to release our final breath. And in between we will breathe on average, 16 times every minute, which over a lifetime of 80 years will total 672,768,000 breaths of life. Oddly, in this culture we pay so little attention to the one thing that our very lives depend upon. We can last for a few days without water, longer without food, but we depend on the next breath, the one we are breathing right now, to keep us alive.