RE: Breathing Exercises
Jul 04, 1996 06:48 PM
by Jerry Schueler
>"Use whatever works best"--works for what? What do you mean by the forest?
>Anybody who plans his/her actions usually picks up a goal first and then
>chooses appropriare means.
You are right, you should always have a goal (motive)
in mind. Since we were discussing breathing techniques, I
assumed that you already had a goal in mind. Perhaps Doss
had a motive? Anyway, it is doubtful that anyonw would go to
much effort to study and practice breathing techniques without
some motive or goal in mind. Assume you have a motive.
If so, then my suggestion is to practice some technique for
a time. If nothing happens (you feel no closer to your goal)
then try another technique. Some work good for some people
and not at all for others.
By "forest" I mean the goal or motive. By "trees"
I mean techniques. Sometime people practice techniques
long after they have forgotten their intended motive for doing so.
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