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Training in Respiratory, Psychotherapy®, Fitra Breathing. Azahara International. Course 2024

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Authentic Fitrah Breathing as a pathway to bio-psycho-emotional-social-spiritual Well-being

Location: Azahara International, Granada


Our body is an entrusted borrowing loan from the Creator, that carries on living thanks to breathing. We are kindly submitted to take care of our breathing because we are accountable for its natural and healthy harmonious functioning. Each of our breaths comes from the Merciful Breath, Nafas ar-Rahmaani. Our journey in Respiratory Psychotherapy must be filled with love for Prophet Muhammad (saws). He provided us with righteous guidance to navigate through this life until our last breath in preparation for the Hereafter. We must express gratitude to Allah in every breathing, saying Alhamdulillah wa shukrulillah.

The facilitator

Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco is a psychologist and psychotherapist based in Madrid, director of The School of Natural Breathing. Through his research relevant topics on Islam, he has discovered the importance of natural breathing. Being inspired in hadiths referring to the morphology of the torso and other features of the prophet ﷺ, that suggest a way of breathing in harmony with the state of fitrah similar to babies breathing. This discovery was a turning point in his life and led him to develop his therapeutic approach, "Respiratory Psychotherapy ®". This practice is intended to enhance organic breathing as a po-werful tool to improve the physical and emotional well-being of individuals. His work has positively impacted the lives of many people seeking transforming profound connections with themselves.

Respiratory Psychotherapy® :

Respiratory Psychotherapy is the original method created by psychologist Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco/Carlos Velasco. It's a bio-psychosocial system that provides a framework for returning to natural breathing by unlocking the psychosomatic aspects of respiratory dynamics. To achieve this, the individual's breathing pattern must be assessed and restored to its natural form. To be able to accomplish this, the physical structures, primarily those related to the respiratory pump (chest, abdomen, jaws, etc.), must return to their natural position and regain proper alignment and optimal functioning. This should be done to provide a natural, truthful, and authentic respiratory biomechanics.

The training is a combination of theory, practice, and experiential learning, serving a dual purpose functioning as a professional strategy whilst also serving as a personal psychotherapeutic process. Throughout the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory biomechanics, a bio-psychosocial unblocking occurs, which can be utilized for one's own psychotherapeutic or self-awareness journey. This also serves as an example for applying Respiratory Psychotherapy in other psychotherapeutic processes.

Practitioner training certificate in respiratory psychotherapy requires:

Online classes - every 2 weeks - supervision sessions on Mondays at 20:30h Spanish time.

·   Between the in-person weeks in Azahara, 10 Online sessiones (15 hours) for one and a half hours, for a case review

·   After completing the training in Azahara, 10 Online sessiones (15 hours) for one and a half hours, for a case review

Total hours: 261. (77 hours per week + 30 hours of supervision: 261 hours)

Breaking down daily 11 working hours:

·   1 hour after fajr for physical exercise

·   3 hours of class after breakfast

·   2 hours of learning in the garden

·   4 hours in the afternoon after having a nap/siesta.

·   1 hour of dhikr after dinner.

The training is scheduled in 9 modules. We will explore a specific segment and its influence on respiratory biomechanics. Educational materials will be provided along for every week. (Don't worry if some words sound too technical; you'll understand them in the first session)



In each 7-day session, we will explore 3 segments and its influence on respiratory biomechanics.


3-10th May

1. The 7 Rings

2. The Trunk and Its Three Rings (Lumbar/Abdominal/Pelvic, Intercostal, and


3. Diaphragmatic Ring


28 June - 5 July

4. Thoracic Ring

5. Abdominal Belt or Lumbo-Abdominal Ring

6. Pelvic Ring


27 September -4 October

7. Cervical or Neck Ring

8. Oral or Mouth Ring

9. Ocular or Visual Ring


Practitioner training dates

3-10th May

28 June - 5 July

27 September -4 October




Course and meals only: €2150


Inclusive of course, meals and accomodation: From €4050

Recommended for psychotherapists, healthcare professionals, and anyone interested in holistic health of the body, mind, and heart.

Certificate will be provided.

Abdallah Tawfiq Velasco is a author, psychologist, psychotherapist, and naturopath who has been researching breathing for over 30 years, delving into biomechanics as well as disciplines like aikido, tai-chi and yoga. His book "Las enseñanzas del caballero de la armadura oxidada" (The Teachings of the Rusty Knight) published by Obelisco is currently in its 15th edition.

For more information, you can contact Carlos Velasco at 



1.            Signing an agreement of confidentiality and commitment to the training

2.          Payment of the training fees.

3.          Attending to all three in-person training sessions (3 weeks).

4.          Completing the two months Online training (between the in-person training sessions).

5.           Reading and studying the provided theoretical guidance material sent to each


6.          Following and contributing to the researching flow using the WhatsApp

group or alternative designated communication system.

7.           Each student recording own breathing. During the first session, each student must allow recording of their respiratory biomechanics, from basal breathing to accelerated breathing and voluntary deep breathing. This video will help evaluate the beneficial changes occurring throughout the training.

8.          Video recordings for each session: Two consultation videos with an individual and one group video (between 2 and 5 people), who can be friends, family, or volunteers. These videos will be recorded and sent to the training director for supervision and analysis. The video will include self-assessment of the evaluation and treatment from Respiratory Psychotherapy, based on knowledge and techniques learned in-person and online sessions. The student will send each of their videos with a timestamp, commenting on successes, errors, and areas for improvement. There is a meeting expectation of a total of 9 videos by the end of in-person sessions.

9.          Conduct a group dynamic in person. During the third and final session, each student will conduct a 2-hour group dynamic with evaluation and treatment of individuals. The instructor and other students will provide constructive positive feedback on how the Respiratory Psychotherapy group was led.

10         Maintain a diary during the training period with a record of 21 personal practices. These practices facilitate returning to natural breathing and allow the student to consider how to attend and care for another person's respiratory biomechanics by experiencing the difficulties and ease in it. It is a way to practice the tools and techniques learn in Respiratory Psychotherapy and so verifying the physical, psychoemotional, and spiritual benefits.

11          Gain a clear understanding of Respiratory Psychotherapy, including its scientific theoretical principles, application, and the benefits it brings to the body and soul.

12         Attending the designated Online sessions during the interlude between in-person sessions. Between the first, second, and third weeks, a total of 10 sessiones online will be conducted, very two weeks. The mission is to continue practicing and learning from what was covered during the 7 (total 21 days) of in-person meetings. Topics will include: How personal practices of returning to natural breathing are progressing, including facilitations and difficulties. Presentation and supervision of cases that the student is conducting in the evaluation and treatment of individuals. Upskilling knowledge in Respiratory Psychotherapy.

13         After in-person training. Enhancing knowledge and case review: Once the in-person training period is completed, 10 online group sessions will be conducted to review treated cases. Presentation in video format of 7 evaluation and treatment sessions conducted by the student, to be presented to the group for feedback on successes, errors, and ways to improve the work. These supervisions will have the benefits of avoiding unnecessary errors once the CERTIFICATE is obtained, increasing confidence and security in the student/professional's work in Respiratory Psychotherapy, and enhancing knowledge, facilitating the work mode, and implementing new skills.

14         Analysis, evaluation, assessment, and treating respiratory biomechanics using three assessment aspects: visual, tactile, and feedback with the patient. Apply some forms of massage and manipulations while also supporting the psychological and emotional aspects of the sessions to the extent possible for a student trained in Respiratory Psychotherapy. Always maintain the limits and boundaries of possibility, safety, and protection. As Hippocrates said, "Primum non nocere": the most important thing is not to harm.


The FIRST WEEK begins


The 7 Segments of the Human Body.

What does the Quran, the Hadiths, and the Masters and Shaykhs say about this segment?

What this segment encompasses

Introduction to Respiratory Psychotherapy.

What is said in the Quran, in the Hadiths, by the Masters and Shaykhs about of the segments,

Avenzoar practitioner teaching in Seville 11th century (precursor of physiopathological and anatomoclinical correlations of the respiratory system).

Definition of Respiratory Psychotherapy

Breathing throughout history.

Influence of Muslims on Yoga.

Tawhid, cosmology

The breathing in Islam and Merciful Breath (Nafas ar-Rahmaani)

Respiratory fisiology in Occident.

The 7 segments in Respiratory Psychotherapy

The interrelation of the body (jism), personality (nafs), intellect (aql), and spirit (ruh)

The concept of the body's dimension in Islam.

The four diaphragms.

Embryonic development of the lungs and post-birth

At the moment the embryo forms, the vital breath descends, the vital and instinctive spirit (hayawaniya spirit) is present.

At 120 days, the spirit (ruh) ruhaniya descends into the fetus.

How fetal and birth trauma can affect respiratory biomechanic

Breathing in the unborn and neonate

The first breath/cry in a newborn testifies to their birth as a being with all rights according to Madhabs, legal schools.

Breathing in different life stages


Respiratory Biomechanics

Introduction to the seven fundamental pillars of Respiratory Psychotherapy diagnosis. Contemplating these pillars from the dimension of Islam.

Key concepts of anatomy and physiology related to respiratory biomechanics.

Breathing biomechanics, trunk movement, and spinal column. Wavelike movement of the spinal column, from the coccyx to the first cervical vertebra, the atlas.

Regulation of breathing and gas exchange (ventilation, transport and cellular respiration)


The Respiratory Psychotherapy. Action Protocol: Assessment, Diagnosis, and Psychodiagnosis

Emotions, Characterology, and Psychosomatics

 Every thought is tinged with an emotion

Introduction to embodied voice in Islam, spoken, recited, and sung.

Errors in teaching respiratory biomechanics (only abdominal, intercostal, costoclavicular, and comlete in three phases)

Checking and treatment at the same time of respiratory biomechanics

Evaluation and treatment of ventilatory mechanics.

Treatment Protocol

  • Self-assessment, self-treatment, and external assessment and treatment

  • The benefits. Returning to free, natural, and organic breathing fitrah through psychosomatic unblocking of respiration. Dissolving the biographical history of wrong actions and thoughts in the bodily unconscious. (Yaum al Qiyama)

  • Fitrah breathing. What is the breathing like, the respiratory biodynamics in the fitrah mode.

  • Natural, complete, and one-phase breathing versus three-phase breathing, only thoracic, or only abdominal breathing

  • Inhalation should be downward towards the lumbar area and expansive (diagonal inhalation) throughout the trunk (through all six sides: posterior, anterior, lateral, descending and ascending) expanding simultaneously.

  • The fitrah voice in Islam, it is connected with the noble character of the heart. Discovering one's own voice. The embodied voice, spoken, recited, and sung. Introduction.




The Trunk and Its Three Rings

Lumbo-Abdominal-Pelvic, Diaphragmatic, and Costoclavicular

What does the Quran, the Hadiths, and the Masters and Shaykhs say about this segment?

The trunk of Prophet Muhammad according to hadiths: "His chest and abdomen were at the same level, with an extended torso, distanced shoulders, and prominent or lean bones" (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

The biomechanic breathing of the Prophet, saws according to hadiths.


What this segment encompasses

Trunk Anatomy

Anatomical description of the trunk and its three rings

Two respiratory spaces/boxes/sacks: the lumbo-abdominal-pelvic box and the thoracic box

Reflections on the greater dimension of the lumbo-abdominal-pelvic box compared to the thoracic.

Diaphragm like an emir, the inter-space that connects or separates the two boxes.

The two surfaces of the trunk: Below is the sharia and above is the haqiqa.

The trunk in state of fitrah. How the entire trunk should expand and contract in a natural, complete, one-phase respiratory biomechanics.

The unity of the trunk. Natural inhalation descends towards the lumbar region and expands through the six sides of the trunk. The action of breathing begin in the lumbo-abdomino-pelvic estructure (kath)

Vertical, horizontal, and mixed breathing

Diaphragm-psoas and diaphragm-costal arch

Respiratory muscles, inhalers and exhalers, exercise and flexibility training.

Assessment, Diagnosis, and Psychodiagnosis. Emotions, Characterology, and Psychosomatics. Body, ego, intelect, character, heart and spirit. (Jism, nafs, aqal, akhlaq, qalb and ruh)

The following hadith allows us to assess the respiratory diagnosis: "When he was sitting, he would cross his arms over his chest and place his hands on the sides (intercostal ribs)"

The eight fundamental pillars of diagnosis in Respiratory Psychotherapy, considered through the lens of Islamic Psychology and Prophetic Medicine

Alignment between respiratory patterns and character schema

The influence of the personality (nafs) on the physical body (jism).

The inherent correlation between jism, nafs, aqal, akhlaq, qalb, and ruh, and respiratory biomechanics and Fitrah breathing.

Analysis of psychoemotional aspects.

Respiratory Patterns


Fitrah breathing. Natural, instinctive, and original pattern of respiratory biomechanics

The five types of respiratory patterns

Isolated breathing within the three respiratory types: high, mid, and low

Respiratory psychological types based on apnea, inhalation, or exhalation

Pathological respirations: 


Treatment protocol:

Achieving the benefits in this structure of the trunk

Natural inhalation descending towards the lumbo-sacral area and expanding through the six sides (behind, in front, lateral, below, and above) of the trunk in one phase, not three.

The inhaled air descends, expanding the torso like a bell or a pear.

Simultaneous expansion and contraction of the entire trunk during inhalation.

Subtle (latif) bodily mapping.

Massage, manipulations (Muslim physicians like Ibn Rushd), and catharsis.

The energetic center kath (dan tien, hara, kikaitandem, ocean of energy) is in the pelvis, four centimetres below the navel. It is a vital energy vortex for life, in both dynamic and static positions of the body.



Diaphragmatic Segment

What does the Quran, the Hadiths, and the Masters and Shaykhs say about this segment?

What this segment encompasses

Anatomy and Functions

The 4 sectors of the diaphragm or hemidiaphragms

Costodiaphragmatic sinuses.

Diaphragm's function in the respiratory process

Breathing from the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The lung-kidney connection.

Diaphragm as a second heart due to its hemodynamic capacity

The 10 functions of the diaphragm

The spine and diaphragm work in unison. A flexible spine is a sign of longevity.

Solar plexus, adrenal glands, and pancreas

Tandem diaphragm and spine.

Assessment, Diagnosis, and Psychodiagnosis. Emotions, Muscular Armor, and

Psychosomatics. Body, ego, intelect y character, heart and spirit.

What the diaphragm hides, the forgotten one

Diaphragm's limits from a characterological perspective

Mobilizing power of the diaphragm

Influence of the diaphragmatic muscle on thoracic and abdominal musculature and organs.

Spine and breathing. The respiratory diagonal.

The concept of biotensegrity applied to the human body

Functional compensations of the body structure. La unidad y la multiplicidad. The unity in the macrocosm of the human body. Ibn Arabi: 'Everything in creation is interconnected, interpenetrated, interlinked, and interdependent

Psychosomatic diseases (ترجمة كلمة إلى اللغة العربية تكون ,نفسية جسدي) (مرض نفسي جسدي) in the diaphragmatic segment.

Blood supply of the diaphragm and sport

The spirituality of diafragm. Ibn Arabi and Chuang Tzu.


Treatment protocol

The benefits in this segment

Unblocking the diaphragmatic segment and decoding toxic program.

Correct respiratory biomechanics improve body posture and mobility of the trunk, spine, and organs

The voice in islam and vocal support in the diaphragm/pelvic floThe psycho-spiritual aspect of the diaphragm.

Vomiting reflex and respiratory biodynamics

The diaphragm is a muscle associated with power, will, decision, and strength. Manipura energy centre..

So far, FIRST WEEK three modules in Azahara International.


The SECOND WEEK begins


Thoracic Segment

What does the Quran, the Hadiths, and the Masters and Shaykhs say about this segment?

What this segment encompasses

Anatomy and Functions

Thoracic cage and its function

Trachea bronchial tree

Cardiorespiratory function

Ribcage movement, sternum

Head/manubrium of the sternum and respiratory biomechanics

Angle of Louis and Charpy angle.

Phrenic nerve

Shoulders, arms, and hands

"His (Prophet Muhammad, saws) chest and abdomen were at the same level, with an extended torso, distanced shoulders, and prominent or lean bones" (Al-Bukhari and Muslim).

Brachial and pulmonary plexus

Thymus gland


Assessment, Diagnosis, and Psychodiagnosis. Emotions, Character,

Psychosomatics. Body, ego, intellect y character, heart and spirit.

What the thorax conceals

The importance of the spine in breathing.

The movement of the spinal column during dhikr.

Diagnosis of the natural movement of the spine

Thoracic deformations

Costoclavicular (thoracic) breathing

Intercostal muscles and the intercostal arch work in conjunction with the diaphragm.

Contracted solar plexus.

Psychosomatic diseases in this segment and their approach


Treatment protocol

Unblocking respiratory biomechanics and psycho emotional conflicts of this segment. Body, ego, intellect y character, heart, and spirit.

The benefits in this segment

The Din (دين) of Islam and the Fitrah of Respiratory Biomechanics.

The concept of heart qalb and chest sadr in Tassawuf.

What names of Allah manifest in the body during breathing?

Coordination of diaphragm descent and thoracic cage expansion for maximising lung capacity.

Flexibilization of the lungs.

The teacher-student relationship. Therapist-patient relationship. Appropriate way to support the patient, being of service to them.

Spirit of Sohbah (سحبة) (Madinah Al Munawarah, spirit of the group

Neurocore, the neuronal heart. Breath-heart synchronization.

Plethoric state, muraqabah.(المراقبة)

The Lataif in the chest sadr (صدر).

Vibration of the voice in the thorax, especially in the chest (Voice of the Drum)




What does the Quran, the Hadiths, and the Masters and Shaykhs say about this segment?

How Prophet Muhammad (saws) walked.

 What this segment encompasses


The seat of respiratory biodynamics is the lumbopelvic abdominal structure.

False pelvis and true pelvis

Lumbo-sacral-coccygeal zone

Pelvic floor, descent- as a spring- and elongation from the coccyx during inhalation

Psoas muscle and its relationship with the diaphragm

The two sphincters: anal -internal and external- and urethral

Sacral-coccygeal plexus, gonads (testicles and ovaries)

Sacroiliac joint

Ming Men or Gate of Life

Kath (dan tien, hara, o vita furnace)

The sexuality in Islam.


Assessment, Diagnosis, and Psychodiagnosis. Emotions,


Psychosomatics. Body, ego, intellect y character, heart, and spirit.

Unconscious conflicts in the pelvic segment and their relation to the ventilatory pump.

Psychosomatic diseases in this segment and their approach


Treatment protocol

The benefits in this segment

Unblocking the pelvic segment

Biomechanics of walking, walking correctly. Foot position (heel, sole, toe), tilting, presenting the pelvis crown up to the sky.

Pelvis and biomechanics of walking and respiratory biomechanics

Grounding the pelvis

Respiratory biomechanics, pelvis, legs, and feet

Stepping pattern affects the spine.

Heel strikes. Lateral stretching

Involuntary Body Movement. IBM

Generalized vibration,

Tremming, trembling, shaking.

Breathing, voice, and singing, their relation to posture and movement.

Support of spoken, recited, and sung voice from the Primal Voice system.

Nitric oxide, which is nitrogen from the air oxidized in the nostrils, functions like boosts the immune system, 'Viagra' as one of its properties is vasodilation.

Activation of the Kath (vital centre of the human being) and Ming Men or Gate of Life (energy reservoir)

Energetic centre of Muladhar, trump.

So far, the SECOND WEEK three modules at Azahara International.

The THIRD WEEK begins



What this segment encompasses

What does the Quran, the Hadiths, and the Masters and Shaykhs say about this segment?

Anatomy and Functions

Neck, throat, and nape ring

Neck-head junction

Cervical vertebrae, function of the atlas

Insertions of the phrenic nerve


Assessment, Diagnosis, and Psychodiagnosis. Emotions, Muscular Armor, and Psychosomatics. Body, ego, intellect y character, heart, and spirit.

Alignment between respiratory patterns and character schema. Character type and breathing.

Analysis of tensions in the neck and their influence on respiratory biomechanics and voice.

The thickness and stiffness of the neck and the saying in the Coran and hadiths.


How each psych morphological type breathes

The seven levels of the nafs.

Respiratory psych morphology. (Ibn Arabi)

Enneagram, the 9 enneatypes. A. Hameed Ali (A.H Almaas)

Bioenergetics, the 5 psychological types by Lowen/Reich

Somatotypes, Sheldon. Biotypes: ectomorph, mesomorph, endomorph.

E. Kreschmer's biotype and psychotype

Jungian's 8 psychological types


Treatment protocol

The benefits in this segment.

Exploration of psychosomatic diseases in this segment and their approach

Unblocking the neck-throat segment.


Voice education and training.

Qalam dhat. The subtle pen of the word.

Psychodiagnosis through spoken, recited, and sung voice. Freeing and empowering the voice.

Qualities of the voice and character, akhlaq (أخلاق)

Fitrah voice. Connecting with one's own voice, it is the one that emerges from the depth of being, from the heart.

Paranasal sinuses. Resonators.

Pelvic floor and diaphragm

Voice support

Vocal placement. Production and projection of the voice.

Consciousness and sensitivity to intentionally vibrate each vocal cord.

Generalized vibration and tremming of the voice.

The mixed voice, emission from the chest and from the head. Resonance should be achieved in the chest and the head.

Voice from the Primal Voice method

The sound of ghunnah in the recitation of the Quran.

The secret of the emission of sound "Mu"and "Ham" on the name of the Prophet Muhammad (saws)

The voice in the recitation of the Quran and in the singing of qasidas.

Breathing techniques in the recitation of the Quran, qasidas, dhikr and hadrah.

Center of energy Vishuddha





What does the Quran, the Hadiths, and the Masters and Shaykhs say about this segment?

What this segment encompasses.

Anatomy and Functions

TMJ, temporomandibular joint, and respiratory mechanics

Deep neck muscles

Facial sinuses. Gunnah sound.

Tongue root and tongue.

Salivary glands and saliva function

Salivary glands, respiration, and the parasympathetic system

Body posture and the mouth.

Respiratory Center CR.

The ear and the name of Sāmīyah سامية :


Assessment, Diagnosis, and Psychodiagnosis. Emotions, Muscular Armor, and Psychosomatics. Jism, nafs, aqal, and akhlaq, qalb, and ruh.

Psychoemotional conflicts and psych somatizations in this segment

Head position in relation to the neck and blockage at their junction affecting respiratory mechanics.

Jaw and dental problems (dental issues)

Psych somatization of the voice.


Treatment protocol

The benefits in this segment.

Unblocking the TMJ/neck ring segment

The yawn and the sigh

Vomiting reflex

Jaw and its relation to breathing, voice, and hearing.

Worldview: human being, creation. The Merciful Breath, Nafas ar-Rahmaani.

The power of breath for healing. Healing with breath according to Ruqya in Islam.

Body as a musical-vibration-spirituality instrument when listening to or reciting the Quran.

Spiritual map. The sanctified body. Degrees of spirituality according to body zones.

Inspired Sacred Singing. Inspired Poetry. Primal Singing.

Hyperventilation and apnea to expand consciousness.

Breathing for hadrah, dhikr, etc.




OCULAR SEGMENT. What this segment encompasses

What does the Quran, the Hadiths, and the Masters and Shaykhs say about this segment?

What this segment encompasses

Skull Anatomy

Eye muscles and deep neck muscles

Nasal wing elevator muscle

Nose and breathing

Tear glands

The 4 ventricles and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) circulation.

The arching movement of the spine during respiratory biomechanics follows the same arching pattern as the primary CSF breath.

Synchronization of the CSF pump and the respiratory pump.

Pineal gland and pituitary gland.


Assessment, Diagnosis, and Psychodiagnosis. Emotions, Muscular Armor, and Psychosomatics. Body, ego, intellect, and character, heart, and spirit.

The ocular segment is one of the most sensitive to childhood traumas.

Mood influences respiratory mechanics and vice versa.

Biographical history of psych somatisations, their influence on respiratory mechanics

To die before dying to die in peace.

In the Jawn al Qijama, every part of our body will testify, speaking of their actions.

One who masters their thoughts enslaves the ego and has it in their service.

The face is the noblest part of the body, and the most significant aspect of it is the gaze, subtly connected with the heart.


Treatment protocol. Breathing and Spirituality

The benefits in this ocular segment.

Unblocking the segment for improved respiratory biomechanics

Feeling the pumping of the heart and CSF in the skull

Nasal Breathing and Its Multiple Benefits.

Vertical trunk, performing micro-movements at the neck's insertion with the skull.

MIC®, Involuntary Body Movement.

He who knows his breath knows himself and knows his Lord, Allah.

Being conscious of breathing allows us to be aware in everyday life.

Each breath worships Allah, and if done consciously, worship is increased.

Breathing and gaze from the brow centre.

Healing to another with the gaze.

Self-healing with the sigh and with the yawn.

Respiratory coherence and cardiac coherence. Gaze/heart/breathing harmony

Healing with breath, with the hands, with the voice.

The subtle gaze contemplated from Islam. Al-Basiiru. (البصير). In the gaze, great secrets are hidden, waiting to be discovered.

In the gaze, one can see: light or darkness, health or neurosis, emergence of the qalb or the nafs.

Mushahada and muraqabah. Al-Raqiibu (الرقيب)

Omniscience knowledge (المعرفة العليمة).Balance of the frontal and coronal centres of energy (taqah)

So far, the THIRD WEEK three modules in Azahara International.

Bismillah, as salamu alaykum

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