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Breathing to Avoid Bullying

High chest, unbalanced or shallow breathing invites excessive anxiety. Even non threatening situations can trigger nervousness and fear-like reactions. Some non-challenged breathing may seem ok at first but with further investigation into simple ways of testing it we often find it goes bad when the stress presents itself. To reduce or eliminate this tendency follow the guidelines below.

Tip #1 to avoiding bullying: Use good posture . Greatly aided with techniques in the Optimal Breathing Kit.
Tip #2 to avoid bullying: Use good eye contact. Practice Circles and Bending from the Optimal Breathing Kit. Two weeks of this will make you very strong internally.
Tip #3 to avoid bullying: Smile and laugh. Practice our singing and speaking loudly in the Singing and Speaking Program.
Tip #4 to avoid bullying: Practice our Deep Breathing Practice in a safe place 5 minutes every waking hour with slightly bent knees.
Tip #5 to avoid bullying: Practice Standing Meditation 30-60 minutes daily Greatly aided with techniques in the Optimal Breathing Kit.
Tip #6 to avoid bullying: Spend more time with friends who do not tease you. Maintain eye contact while you let them know you do not care to be teased.
Tip #7 to avoid bullying: Practice your talents and skills. Learn to sing or speak better. Ever notice how people's voices raise in pitch when they are nervous. Singing and speaking more strongly builds core strength and increased ability to stay focused during stress and being challenged.
Tip #8 to avoid bullying: Tell an adult you’re being bullied. NEVER be ashamed of being bullied. Get help and FAST.
Tip #9 to avoid bullying: Practice the Optimal Number count. Greatly aided with techniques in the Optimal Breathing Kit.  
Tip #10 to avoid bullying: Practice your social skills. Smile even in the face of danger. Practice The Reflex Triggering Exercises in the Optimal Breathing Kit.
Tip #11 to avoid mob mentality: Divide and conquer.
Tip #12 to avoid bullying: Self-Mentor rather than getting revenge. It's their personal garbage that causes them to bully, not yours.
Tip #13 to avoid bullying: Practice good hygiene. Being nervous makes you sweat and get cold hands a lot more. Practice The Reflex Triggering Exercises in the Optimal Breathing Kit.
Tip #14 to avoid bullying: Read Unstoppable
Tip #15 to avoid bullying: Join a martial arts class. Aikido is one of my favorites but you should choose your own. Be wary of Superman Syndrome

To develop and preserve optimal breathing, integrate those martial arts trainings or any other physical endeavor with our breathing oriented techniques and exercises.

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The breathing improvement techniques, practices and products outlined in this publication are extremely gentle, and should, if carried out as described, be beneficial
to your overall physical and psychological health. If you have any serious medical or psychological problem, however, such as heart disease, high blood pressure,
cancer, mental illness, or recent abdominal or chest surgery, you should consult your health professional before undertaking these practices.