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When Albert Einstein said, “…matter and energy are dual expressions of the same universal substance. That substance is a primal energy of vibration of which we are all composed.” He reiterated the same universal truth as established by the science of yoga thousands of years before.

All animate and inanimate objects in this universe share the same fundamental unity of existence of prana, vibrating at different frequencies. The body mind complex has an electromagnetic field underlying it and connecting it to self consciousness or the soul. As such it is a manifestation of what we call in Yoga, purusha and prakriti (cosmic consciousness and cosmic energy).

Vibrational Breath Therapy is based on classical scientific yogic breathing and the primordial sound, “Om”. By practicing the various techniques we regulate the pranic content of the air we breath in to cleanse, purify, tone and energies, while chanting “Om” we attune to cellular vibration and integrate both body and mind. In other words we create the optimum conditions within the body mind complex for renewal, repair and healing.

When we consider that we breath some 25,938 times a day at an average of eighteen breaths per minute and we expel some 60% of metabolic and toxic waste from the body through the lungs in the form of carbon dioxide (and the balance 20% to 40% from the skin and only 10% each form the bladder and bowel) the importance of deep and rhythmical breathing becomes significant.

It is also believed in yoga that if we breath at over 70% of lung capacity we start absorbing cosmic energy directly, over and above the oxygen needed by the body. This is achieved by the practice of Pranawa Aum Pranayama, the Complete Yogic Breath. The Chakras (cerebro spinal subtle energy centers), Mandalas (archetype symbols), Bindus (Acupressure points) and Nadis (energy channels/meridians) at the different planes of existence serve as step down transformers to process the high voltage cosmic energy and make it acceptable to nerve plexus and endocrine glands.

A form of Vibrational Medicine like Acupuncture, Homoeopathy, etc. Vibrational Breath Therapy treats disease with pure energy known as Prana (or Chi). This Prana enters the body on the breath and is distributed throughout the system by way of the Nadis (also known as energy channels). Both body and mind are energy bodies or sheaths vibrating at gross and subtle frequencies. They have been programmed to work harmoniously together but through factors sometimes out of our control, can become deprogrammed resulting in disease.
Breathing at 70% capacity and more charges the electromagnetic field activates the circulation of blood and lymph drainage in the body. It harmonies the brain and the nervous system with the muscle–skeletal structure. Chanting “Om” opens the mid–eyebrow center, to change at the physical level by balancing center, transactional and transcendental brains, the left and right hemispheres. At a deeper level it integrates body and mind and attunes one to the sixth state of consciousness, thus negating one’s ego consciousness and ultimately transcending both body and conscious mind. “Om” takes one from the conscious state through a dream state beyond conceptualization, the state of causal silence which exists within us all and wherein renewal, repair and healing take place. In a Vibrational Breath Therapy program, a range of basic and advanced practices are harmoniously blended to suit each individual. The practices chosen will depend upon the evaluation of the student patient’s need based on life style, the physical, mental and emotional traumas experienced, medical history and present condition.

Vibrational Breath Therapy has succeeded in reversing the progress of ill health in a range of serious conditions such as cancer, asthma, depression, anxiety neurosis and has assisted in managing HIV., multiple sclerosis and chronic fatigue syndrome. In almost all cases where the student – patients committed themselves to the discipline of the daily practice of a Vibrational Breath Therapy program, they achieved a degree of mastery over both body and mind, healing themselves or managing their condition better.

Vibrational Breath Therapy addresses the following requisites for good health by putting the healing potential into the hands of the individual: Dr. T. G. Krishna Murthy
24, Shanti Kutir,
15th Cross Road,
Malleswaram 560003,
Bangalore, India