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Breathing practices are important to yoga, tantra and shamanic cultures. The latin root of the word ‘spiritual’ actually means ‘to breathe’ and the original rituals of modern organized religions have a breathwork component to them as they are believed to lead you closer to God.

An ancient pranayama breathwork technique called Nisshesha Rechaka Pranayama or holding your breath beyond the comfort zone for a short period of time, creates a physiological state known as intermittent hypoxia that involves brief periods of lower than normal blood oxygen levels. (We will go into this more in the breath holding section.)

If properly practiced according to legend, this breathwork ritual will lead to eternal youth and immortality by producing Amrita, the nectar of Gods. Amrita is closely linked to Soma, and it has been suggested that Soma also exists in the body and may even be another name for DMT.

Perhaps Amrita is in fact the movement of somatic stem cells around the body? Stem cells have the power to turn into any other cell and are found in greatest number when you are in the womb as an embryo, a time when you exist in a state of hypoxia, as the oxygen levels in the womb are about 10% of the outside world.

Using our combination of scientifically proven breathwork techniques, rhythmical and euphoric music, guided meditation and imagery I have developed a remarkable process for reaching heightened states of consciousness and ecstatic bliss.

Through a more therapeutic variation of this same process, the layers of your mask peel away and reveal your true nature. This is similar to the way early pioneers of psychedelic therapy, such as Timothy Leary did using LSD to treat various problems conventional forms of therapy could not touch.

You connect deeply to who you really are. Through this awareness comes the path to truth. Through this profound truth you learn exactly the difference between what is good for you and what is no longer serving you anymore. You can remove negativity and attachment to the past, fully embrace the present and be at your very best every single day.

This is the evolution of Soma Breath.