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Respiratory Biomechanics and Breathing to Change the State of the Heart (Qalb).

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The heart is like a mirror that can shift towards the soul (ruh) and reflect the light of the ruh in its mirror or shift towards the nafs and darken the mirror.


Monday 8th at 9pm Spanish Time.

Instructor: Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco.








The Multiple Benefits of Hyperventilation in Daily Life and During Certain Forms of Dhikr








Types of Hyperventilation

  1. Hyperventilating only through the nose

  2. Hyperventilating only through the mouth

  3. Hyperventilation alternating nostrils

  4. Hyperventilation alternating nous and mouth

Benefits

  • Purification of the body (jism) and soul (nafs)

  • Strengthening of willpower (jihad akbar)

  • Psycho-physical relaxation

  • Elevation of mood

  • Increase in energy and vitality

  • Exercise of the respiratory muscles

  • Pulmonary flexibility and improvement of lung capacity

  • Calm and clarity mind (nafas al-mutmaina)

  • Elevation of consciousness

  • Reduction of stress, anxiety, and distress























Coherencia Respiratoria®

Monday, 24th, 9pm Spanish Time.

Instructor: Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco.


Respiratory Coherence® occurs when there is a harmonious alignment between the structure of the respiratory bellows and its functioning, and no psychosomatization is present.


Additionally, greater respiratory coherence is achieved when there is correspondence between what is said and what is done.


Furthermore, greater respiratory coherence is attained when the integration between body and mind is elevated.

































INHALATION THROUGH THE NOSE VERSUS THE MOUTH. RELAXED TONGUE.





Online Class on Monday, June 17th at 9 PM Spanish Time.

Instructor: Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco, Psychologist.


For 16 reasons, the air should enter through the nose. Some possible difficulties:

  • Blockage of the levator muscle of the nasal ala.

  • Some people, when inhaling, close the air entry without knowing that it is the levator muscle of the nasal ala that closes it.

  • Obstruction inside the nose due to various causes: deviated septum, sinusitis, rhinitis, nasal polyps.


The tongue should be relaxed, resting "as if on the beach." Rigidity at the root of the tongue tenses the chest and diaphragm, making ventilation difficult.


Effective techniques to return to inhaling freely through the nose and to relax the root of the tongue.


















The importance of the pelvis and the energetic center KATH, Dan Tien, Hara.







Monday 10th, 9m Spanish time.

Instructor: Abdallah Tawifq Velasco.


Handling the Boken from a Respiratory Biomechanics Perspective

The energy of the inhalation descends to the Dan Tien or Hara, settling and activating it.

All movement originates from this energetic vortex.

The elevation of the arms flexes and strengthens the structure of the intercostal muscles, working synergistically with the diaphragm.

The chest expands, the heart is present.

The entire trunk (abdominal and thoracic cavity) must expand in six directions: posterior, anterior, lateral, downward, and upward. Body and respiratory biomechanics: Well-rooted like a tree stump.






The pelvis and the energetic vortex KATH

The structure of the pelvis and the lumbo-abdominal region is the seat of respiratory biodynamics.

In the pelvis, 4 centimeters below the navel and inward, there is an energy center called KATH in Arabic, Dan Tien in Chinese, and Hara in Japanese.

All body movements originate from the propulsive center of KATH.

The KATH should not be blocked, but rather balanced, harmonious, and at a proper tonic level.

FITRAH BREATHING respiratory biodynamics promotes health in KATH.



In the context of handling the boken from a respiratory biomechanics perspective, the "energetic vortex" refers to an internal energy center (the KATH, Dan Tien or Hara) from which all movements originate and radiate. This energy center is fundamental for the stability, strength, and coordination of movements.














The Relationship Between the Heart and the Diaphragm


, Monday, June 3, we will focus our attention on the rib cage, decompressing the chest, the physical heart, and the lungs.


The diaphragm is called the "second heart" because of its hemodynamic capacity (ability to move blood).


The heart is wrapped in a protective covering, the pericardium, and one of its attachments is to the diaphragm. When the diaphragm (emir) has a good dialogue with the abdominal and thoracic cavities, both the physical and subtle heart will enjoy better health


Online session at 9 PM (Spanish time).

Instructor: Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco. Psychologist.








Fitrah Brething. Activity for the next 2 sessions: Releasing the Throat, Chest, Abdomen, and Pelvis: Relationships and Tensions


As-salamu alaykum.

Instructor Abdallah Tawfiq.

Mondays 9pm. Spanish Time 7pm UTC

On Monday the 20th and 27th, we have the following online class:


It is essential to feel the connection between the throat and areas such as the chest, abdomen, and pelvis. In embryology, it is established that the throat is connected to the lower abdomen. Commonly, we accumulate tension in the throat, chest, solar plexus, perineum, and anal sphincter. This tension is often associated with negative personality traits, bad habits, and improper postures.


On Monday the 20th and 27th we will focus our attention on this space, the frontal plane of the human body, which is the most vulnerable. We will review the current state, identifying potential past or present issues. We will also explore how respiratory biomechanics is per-formed. We will conduct a check of the digestive tract, from the mouth to the anal sphincter, to better understand our body and its reactions.



"Indeed, there is a piece of flesh in the body which, if it is healthy, the whole body is healthy, and if it is corrupt, the whole body is corrupt. Truly, it is the heart." Sahih al-Bujari y Sahih Muslim.


"The example of the believers in their mutual affection, mercy, and compassion is like that of the body; when one part of it suffers, the whole body responds with sleeplessness and fever." Bujari and Muslim.

 

Everything is interconnected in the macrocosm, as well as in our microcosm: body (jism), intellect (aqal), personality (nafs), character (akhlaq), spirit (ruh), and breathing (tanaffus). Harmony must exist among these parts, just as in a social group, in the spirit of suhbah. Abdallah Tawfiq.







The body needs to release respiratory biodynamics, maintain a noble posture, and use a natural voice.

Online

We begin on Monday, MAY: 13 and 20th at 9 PM, Spanish time.

Amount: Payment of €100 for 4 entries, valid for any 4 Mondays.


Instructor: Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco, Psychologist.















How to solve many belly problems in the process of returning to natural breathing



Online session on February 19th at 19:30 GMT.

Instructor: Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco.


Continuing with techniques to relax the body from tensions and make respiratory biodynamics more natural, approaching FITRAH BREATHING, we must consider the importance of the abdomen in the human body and its good tonal state.


When the belly is tucked in, all the organs in the abdomen will be contracted, diverting their functions from the natural form, creating conditions for diseases. Let's remember that the ABDOMINAL WAIST and the PELVIS are the seat of respiratory biodynamics










VARIOUS WAYS TO TONE THE ABDOMINAL MUSCLES

Online class on Monday 19:30 gmt. February 12th.

Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco.


The abdominal musculature consists of several important muscle groups including the transverse, rectus abdominis, and obliques.

These muscles play a crucial role in functions such as exhalation and trunk support. To maintain optimal health, it is important to maintain an appropriate muscle tone in the abdomen, neither too tense nor too loose. This ensures proper breathing function and provides stability to the lumbar region.


  1. Breathing Control: During each inhalation, the abdominal musculature is significantly toned, thereby strengthening these muscles. It is important to take deep breaths and exhalations to maximize the benefits. Descending the energy of the inhalation breath (taqah, prana, chi, ki, orgone) into the center of the abdomen (kath, hara, dantien, kikaitandem) and holding the breath in that energetic vortex facilitates toning of the abdominal muscles, tonifying the kath and replenishing it with energy, better digestion, assimilation, and elimination. Connection of body-mind-breath and presence. Practice nasal-to-nasal hyperventilation to further stimulate the abdominal muscles.

  2. Specific Stretching Exercises










Some PSYCHOSOMATIC problems that cause a "hollow" abdomen


Class on Monday, February 5th,


• Respiratory insufficiency

• Insufficient blood flow, especially return flow

• Cold extremities

• Poor digestion, heavy and prolonged

• Deficit in assimilation

• Difficulty in the excretion process

• Constipation

• Hemorrhoids

• Accumulation of gas and abdominal pain

• Hiatal hernia

• Gastritis, stomach ulcer

• Etc.


EVACUATION AND SOME TREATMENT METHODS

• Second and third brain.

  • Tactile, sensory, and visual recognition of the abdominal waist (tense, rigid, and spasmodic areas; cold and low energy)


• Release of the abdominal ring.

• Deep, involuntary, and voluntary inhalations

• Maximum forced exhalations (reserve air)

• Hypopressive techniques (nauli)

• Etc.





Class tomorrow, Monday, January 22nd, at 8:30 PM Spain time.



The mental, the cognitive, the emotion, the thought tinged with an emotion affects the body, 'choosing' a certain part of it to unload, in that psycho-emotional cartography, whether the load is of positive or negative quality. When it is positive-bright, it is health; when it is negative-dark, it is disease.


The body has a general and similar psycho-emotional cartography in each person; then, certain 'preferences' also occur in which part of the body to unload. There are more significant general areas to unload, such as the stomach area, jaws, lower abdomen, neck, etc.


There is usually a main discharge point (knot, lightning rod, garbage dump); then, there are other subsidiary knots. All of them are distributed in chains. Dumping garbage creates tension in the area, and that tension is transmitted to other knots or garbage dumps through the network of 'garbage collection and storage' or lightning rods of the evil fire rays of unhealthy emotions.


Our 'main knot' serves us to find out the biographical history that underlies it and dissolve it in part, and control the production and dumping of garbage in that main core or focal point and in the network of 'knots' garbage receivers. In this way, we can manage the psychosomatic and somatopsychic. Ultimately, knowing ourselves, for whoever knows oneself knows his Lord, Allah.


He has lent us a body that belongs to Him, and we have the obligation to attend to and care for it because it houses our spirit, ruh. The body is perishable; the spirit is not. He is the Maintainer; that name must be embodied in us and maintain, in the best conditions, the body that Allah has given us to, at all times, praise Him and remember Him.

 

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