The Body Mechanical
It’s a fascinating subject, the human body! With so many different minds pondering on the very existence of life itself, and so many opinions planted in the brain, it’s no wonder that some of these opinions then germinate in the mind as a belief.
One such belief i have encountered on numerous occasions is with regard to the breath, or more to the point the process of breathing and mechanics. As breathing is both voluntary and involuntary (i.e. breathing is controlled by two sets of nerves; one is connected to voluntary nervous system and the other is connected to autonomous nervous system) when one consciously chooses to breathe, lots of internal & external shifts can occur.
Life has a rhythm
Within the ebb and flow of life, there’s always the underlying cycle. It is the current so to speak that creates the movement. So too with your breath!
Using rhythm is the surest way i have found to create and maintain a stable & strong body. Having experienced a seriously broken body, once you have sight of the repair manual, all becomes apparent with trial and error. You see what i found within the repair manual was the body being “a self-repairing perfectly designed transportation module” that works in a similar vein to that of a mechanically sound car in good working order that’s fitted with an internal combustion engine.
The big difference between the operating system of the human body and that of an “internal combustion engine“, is the body is organic and is also conscious-of-consciousness. The internal combustion engine is not organic in the living breathing flesh aspect, and also not conscious-of-consciousness. Yet it is this “conscious-of-consciousness” that gives us human’s the power of being a creator.
To live well or not so well
You can live in a body that functions very well on many levels. That is… physically vital, emotionally sound, mentally vibrant and spiritually connected. The difference between the good and not so good (as to what one achieves), is to see the simplicity of what is required in all scenario’s and being accountable to one’s actions and thoughts. It is this simple accountability that then provides us with the opportunity to experience whatever result one is aiming for.
On the opposite spectrum, to focus and then magnify the perceived intricacies of how the body heals and functions are what i believe erroneous actions. There’s great power in the Keeping It Simple mentality. The body knows what the body knows! The body is one with the operating system of life itself!
For example… If one cuts one’s thumb, one only has to be aware of the actions required in cleansing and protection of the open wound. It is the body that does the healing with no more conscious thought from the dweller within required.
Even when repairing the most damaged body, it’s the same scenario. It is by seeing the body in its simplest form; that is mechanically… that gives us all the ability to learn the trade and be the mechanic. Our own body mechanic!
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