Breath (Buch)

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Englische Übersetzung von „Atem“

Gebundenes Buch, 78 Seiten, englisch

ISBN 978-3-00-036470-9

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Beschreibung

„If you aren’t consciously controlling the breath, who is it then who is breathing right now? You don’t think the breath, and you breathe nevertheless – action without active effort. Feel this activity. Be in connection with this activity. Experience being breathed again and again.“

With sympathetic directness, the spiritual teacher Daniel Hertlein reminds us of what is simply given to us, of what is alive in us. His spoken words inspire us to rediscover the wonder of life with every breath.

6 Bewertungen für Breath (Buch)

  1. Christian

    Experience or keep thinking about it?
    In a simple and easily understandable way for everyone, this book not only gives us an insight and at the same time a tangible understanding into the connection between traditional yogic practice and our everyday life . . . but rather – as a mere understanding can convey us – a western master, through his tangible and gently accompanying presence, gives us the key to an immediate personal experience.
    Without much whitewashing and philosophizing he directs our attention, with zen-like directness, continuously to the essential – again and again to ourselves.
    Whatever page of the book we are on, he always shows us the door to being alive.
    Through seemingly simple techniques, we are given access here that will remain eternally closed to our speculative and always-ready logic.
    So it is up to each individual to decide for himself whether and how far he wants to go – through the precisely instructed techniques – from an indifferent level of thought into the immediate liveliness of the present moment and consciously become a tangible part of life – breath for breath.

  2. Frank

    „No book and no teacher can give us what our breath can give us,“ writes Daniel Hertlein. The book is like a gate, a way to the divine, a loving hint. I gave it away as present and then bought it again. It’s like a cup of tea. You don’t really read the little book in one piece. One sip is enough and you put it aside with relish. I’m stranded on the famous desert island and I only have one book with me? Then please „breath“.

  3. Sabine Dürr

    Simple, clear and direct, I am always led back to the essential and can experience how good it feels.

  4. Karolin N.

    For yogi(ni)s, meditators and anyone who breathes
    What I have taken from this book: the breath is always there, always alive, supplies us without us having to do anything, opens us for the perception of inner impulses, for a further field of perception and for deeper experienced interpersonal connections. And at the same time the clear words and short texts continue to have an effect, so that my knowledge can deepen even more.
    A practice book for your whole life!
    The author connects the breath with meditation and yogic practice, but because everyone has a breath, this book is a clear recommendation for everyone.

  5. Ines Weber

    Moving insights into something obvious

    The breath – something so self-evident, something you don’t actually think about, because it „works by itself“, comes and goes by itself, because it’s always there – and already you’re in the middle of the subject matter of the book. If one questions the aforementioned attributes for even a moment, one very quickly encounters questions such as: „Why is this so?“, „What’s the breath anyway?“, „How does it work and why?“ And more spiritually, „What breathes me?“, „Where does the breath come from, where does it go?“, „What does he associate me with?“

    These approaches are deepened, continued and further developed in the book in a fascinating way. Without the reader really noticing, Daniel Hertlein leads him step by step to moving insights such as „We are brothers and sisters who all share the same breath“ and „What is my ‚true‘ self?“.

    Thoughts that subtly lead us back again and again to what it is really about – to make it clear to us what is important to us, what doesn’t really matter, with what madness we try to plan our life instead of simply experiencing life, our life, in the here and now. A book that at the same time gives us precise guidance on how to feel better, how to deal with rushes of thoughts and emotions to find rest and peace – the solution is always in the breath.

  6. monika t.

    Who lives, breathes!

    „We study everything, but why don’t we study our own breath?“ so the
    opening quotation to this „breathing“ book. No breathing instructions,
    no answer to all the questions of meaning in life. The open reader will
    encounter impulses as to how he can be mindful with his breath, mindful
    with his fellow human beings and mindful simply in life. If someone
    „reads“ a little more deeply, he may find an answer to the question of
    his very own meaning, to the question of God.
    Breath becomes tangible, in this book. There may be something very
    salutary in it for many. At this moment, we don’t have to do anything
    but „just“ breathe. And who lives, breathes!

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