Chew both your food and air at length

July 7th 2022
When you eat, you should make a habit of chewing your food at length, because the glands in your mouth then introduce various beneficial elements into it. This action can be compared to a kind of ‘cooking’ that makes the food easier to assimilate. And if you chew your food until it liquefies, only a small amount of waste is left over, and you will benefit from a lot of energy even if you eat very little. The same laws govern breathing. That is why, when you breathe, you must absorb the air slowly and deeply so that it can reach the base of your lungs in order to fill and expand them. And after having absorbed it, you must hold the air in, as if you were chewing it. The lungs could be said to chew air, just as the mouth chews food. The air you inhale is like a ‘mouthful’ of food filled with extraordinary energy, and in order to digest it properly, you must exhale very slowly.