In this involving book Molly addresses breathing and how we can increase our energy and heal our body more quickly by learning to breathe correctly and incorporating breathing exercises into our daily routine. She divides her message into the following sections: Spiritual Aspects Of The Breath, A Few Breath Facts, What Is Correct Breathing? The Science, Or, As I Like To Call It, Motivation!, Anatomy Lesson, Chanting, Toning And The Breath, and What Your Doctor May Not Know.
As a sample of her writing style, in the first chapter Molly writes, 'Many ancient cultures teach that life begins with the first inhale and ends with the last exhale. This is a profound truth, and yet we give very little thought to the breaths we take in between. Why is that? Perhaps because we tend to take for granted all that is sacred around us. Our breath is, indeed, sacred. It can extend our lives, as well as the quality of our lives. It can calm us, focus our minds and bring life-giving oxygen into our body. So, for a balanced, healthy life, it's time to start paying attention to it.'
There is so much to gain by reading Molly's book - and to think it all starts with simply learning the art of breathing.
Rev. Marchiene Rienstra, spiritual leader, interfaith minister and author of Come to the Feast, Eisha's Search and The Future for Women
About the Author
She is the co-author, with Muskogee Creek elder Marcellus "Bear Heart" Williams, of the international best-seller The Wind Is My Mother; the Life and Teachings of a Native American Shaman.
She has studied with indigenous elders from around the world for over 30 years. Her passion for health and healing led her to become a certified healing practitioner and Licensed Trainer for Healing in America School of Energy Medicine.
In her private healing practice, Molly works with people, pets and horses, helping them achieve emotional, spiritual and physical balance.
You can receive ongoing teachings and inspiration by subscribing to her blog, "Ancient Wisdom for Balanced Living," at MollyLarkin.com.