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Breathing out eliminates toxins and releases what no longer serves you. It pushes your head back into the game. And it’s a kind of protest, a way of stiffing the status quo.
The Breathe Out
Zen Neurotic Exercise Number One
I yoga, but I don’t like yoga evangelicals. I know it’s my problem, but there’s something I find agitating about yoga-fyers who are too relaxed for their own good, or, worse yet, try to recruit you. Bless their hearts and their born again therapy, but the zen buzz is what I’m after — the tantric high, the yoga jones — not the nagging rights. I came to yoga through an anonymous gift from a spiritual benefactor — and the practice has served me well. That said, forgive my intrusion, but I’d like you to help me expand the outside world through a bit of prana.
What I want is for everyone listening to me now to exhale. Like an “amen.” I don’t want to impose, I just need a witness. You’ve got to breath out anyway, so you might as well do it now with me. If we all breathe out together the shift in the equilibium of the atmosphere will he...
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