Principle 3 called Cellular Exercise
There are two forms of exercise, cellular and non-cellular. Non cellular exercises are the physical exercises we do, such as weight lifting, bicycling, calisthenics, running; exercises that build muscle definition and stamina. Cellular exercises, however, are extremely important to our health and wellbeing and are often overlooked. These are exercises that actually oscillate the cells. Exercises such as deep rhythmic breathing work to stimulate the lymphatic system. A properly flowing lymphatic system plays a vital role in assisting detoxification.
The lymphatic fluid has the ability to pull toxins from the blood stream and then process those toxins out of the body via the bowels, kidneys, bladder, and your lungs. We can speed up the detoxification process by doing things to accelerate the process such as Detox Baths, Hot-Cold Therapy, Infrared Saunas, and Breath Work.
Take for example, the following: By eating well, we assist our body’s ability to assimilate and eliminate through the bowels. By staying hydrated we assist the kidneys and the bladder flush and regulate our system. By deep breathing, we help oscillate the cells.
Breath is life. The more we breathe consciously the more we get oxygen into the depths of our cells. Beyond the oxygen, and even more important, is the electrical life force within the air we breathe, which is a key element to longevity, energy, power, and creative ability!
Here are some examples of oscillating exercises to get you started!
- Bicycle riding
- Deep Rhythmic Breathing
- Jumping on a trampoline
- Brisk uphill walks
- Swimming (non-stop)
- Vigorous Dance
*You can do any of these, or a combination for 15-20 minutes a day to properly stimulate your lymphatic system!