In my book Pathfinding I write, “Psychologists have estimated that the average person has over 62,000 thoughts each day. Most people’s thoughts are a hodgepodge of internal concerns about money, sex, work, rent, car payments, meals, TV programming, health care, grocery lists, family issues, child rearing, the economy and traffic.
We know that a breath is a vital sign of life and that its job is to supply energy to the bloodstream. Breathing is studied by singers, musicians, artists, yogis. The importance of the breath in our day-to-day lives is often underestimated. The oxygen that the breath brings to our lungs is our life force.