Hey guys. I am going to explain a cool breathing exercise to open up your back. What does it mean to open up your back?
It means most of us have a rib cage that’s held in extension because of fear patterns, , protective behavior, and even when we are slouched over with a poor posture this can help, it’s going to help if you’ve got a posture that’s really slumped over. Your body language will show are more confident.
It’s going to help if you’ve got an extended position with your posture, therefore help with your breathing mechanics. You have the diaphragm which is sort of like a balloon-shaped muscle under the rib cages. It attaches to the spine, to all the organs, the organs hang off it, and it goes up and down when you are breathing, so it’s mobilizing your organs, and so it’s massively important to your posture and body language.
Your breathing is massively important to your heart field, your energy fields here, , the amount of energy that you can get into the body if you want to look at it purely biology-wise. Although there is a video on my blog about this, biologists are now looking at fields, explaining how our organs and our bodies know what to do when we are born, so that is cool, so check it out.
How To Become More Confident By Changing Your Body Language
So here is a quick exercise to do. You can do ten reps every day, and that’s all you are going to need to do. You are going to put your back up against the wall, bend your knees. You are going to take a big breath in, phsssssssss, and then you are going to let yourself hang down, phhhhhhhhh, and let all the air go out, and you’re leading with the shoulders and your arms. Then you take a big breath in here, and you are thinking about breathing into the back area, phssssssssssss, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, each time, lowering yourself down a little bit more, psssssssssss, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Let your head relax, shoulders relax, psssssssssssss, aahhhhhhhhhhhhhh, psssssssssssss, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, pssssssssssssss, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, and gently come up, oooh, a bit of a head rush, and what you would have seen there, and it’s improved since I started doing it about a week ago is it gets harder as you go down because you are closing, closing out the ability for the rib cage to open up at the front because you are squashing it.
Body Language boost…
Yogis knew this thousands of years ago, so , we are just playing catch up, but you saw the only way my rib cage could expand was by kind of opening up on the back, and getting that expansion will help your posture massively, and therefore your body language will change. You know how important breathing is and being able to get a full breath in, because the body, as you breath in, is analyzing all the areas of the spine to see if there are any dysfunctions or any restrictions, and then it can work on these restrictions itself because the body heals itself, so, just a quick, cool, exercise to do. I mean maybe do five reps and that’s enough, and not only if you’ve got the oxygen in, but it’s going to open up the rib cage, which will make your chest look better, your stomach will flatten, your shoulders will sit better, posture is better, etc., etc., so enjoy that and, I think I am going to put this on Facebook. If you’d LIKE the page, I would love that because how social media is these days, and any comments just post them underneath. I am going to be responding a lot more on Facebook because it’s just easier in one place, and I will speak to you soon.