Improve your stamina by the Master’s method.
We all know that to be the best you need to learn from the best. So maybe it’s worth to get to know what says a man who broke 26 world records, speaks 10 languages, can hold his breath for 10 minutes and loves to swim naked under a thick layer of ice? He has, of course, many more achievements but what interests us is: How did he do it?
Of course, the biggest impact on his success had his hard work, perseverance, and dedication. As everyone he has undergone difficult moments in life, such as school bullying or suicide of his wife.
He invented his own breathing method known as WHM ( Wim Hof Method). Its task is to, among others, improve physical stamina, increase energy levels, reduce stress, and prevent illness. Well, today the author is 60 years old and it looks like the method actually works.
Brief description of WHM:
Sit comfortably with your back straight.
Take 30 quickened breaths, inhaling through your nose and exhaling through the mouth.
After the quickened breaths, take one long, deep breath. Hold it for as long as you can.
When you feel the need to breath again then breath deeply in, and then hold your breath for 10 seconds.
Repeat this process as many times as you’d like.
From a Kundalini perspective, this exercise will open your airways and wake up your power center. You’ll feel better right away.
“We can do more than what we think. It’s a belief system that I have adopted, and it has become my motto. There is more than meets the eye, and unless you are willing to experience new things, you’ll never realize your full potential.”. Wim Hof