Robert J. Escandon, clinical hypnotherapist at the Banyan Holistic, teaches you how to understand the effects of breathing in therapeutic hypnosis.
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Understanding the Effects of Breathing in Therapeutic Hypnosis On behalf of the tvlesson.com, my name is Robert J Escandon. I am a clinical hypnotherapist with the TheBanyanHolistic.com. In this clip, I’m going to show you how to understand the relationship of breathing and the effects that it has in your body. Right here we have a way to show how the body is completely connected with one another. Many of us believe that our organs and even our extremities are different and apart from the rest our body when in actuality, it is one. As we breathe in using the body’s natural cleansing system, we can go ahead and start dragging and pulling any trash or tension that we might have in any part of our body. Usually, the shoulders are accumulated with a lot of stress over time. If we go ahead and begin to breath and visualize slowly how our shoulders might be carrying that tension collected within the breathing within the stomach, we can let it all out therefore, releasing the tension that we carry in our shoulders. This is the same with any other part of the body. Perhaps maybe we have tension or stress on our knees or maybe in our feet from walking a lot all day. Since it is all connected, we can use our natural cleansing system which is our breathing and begin to slowly pull and drag any tension that we might have in any area of our body holding it within our breathe as we breathe in and releasing it as we breathe out. It is very important to understand how the relationship of your body and breathing affects your natural health. In summary, it is important to see how the relationship with our body is the same relationship and as important with any other relationship that we might have outside. Proper attention must be given in order to ensure proper health and well being. On behalf of the tvlesson.com, this has been Robert J Escandon. Thank you for watching.
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