Cameron Stauth



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In the Name of God: The Tru...

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Healing the New Childhood E...

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The Franchise: Building a W...

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The Golden Boys

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Meditation As Medicine: Act...

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The Pain Cure: The Proven M...

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The new approach to cancer

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“The secrets of advanced meditation were shrouded in secrecy because of respect for, and even fear of, their innate power. Just as governments guard state secrets of power, the ancient yoga masters guarded these secrets of spiritual power. They believed that power has the capacity to corrupt, and that it would be disastrous for the wrong person to learn these secrets.”
Cameron Stauth, Meditation As Medicine: Activate the Power of Your Natural Healing Force

“In addition, unconscious breathing is often quite ineffective, as are many other acts when they’re done without purpose or control. It’s estimated that approximately one-third of all people don’t even breathe well enough to sustain normal health. These people don’t get enough oxygen, don’t eliminate enough carbon dioxide, don’t sufficiently activate pulmonary neuropeptides, don’t give the heart the support it needs, and don’t adequately program the autonomic nervous system to operate in the healing, parasympathetic mode. This set of interrelated health insults causes innumerable problems. The most obvious are pulmonary problems, such as asthma and congestive lung disorders. However, because the body is comprised of a network of interlocking, interdependent systems, breathing problems can also cause cardiovascular disorders, mood”
Cameron Stauth, Meditation As Medicine: Activate the Power of Your Natural Healing Force

“THE ONE-MINUTE BREATH A variation of the Retained Breath is the One-Minute Breath, in which you take only one breath during one minute. Most people will find this difficult at first, and should work up to it by taking three breaths per minute, and then three breaths over two minutes. As a rule, people usually take about twelve to fourteen breaths per minute.”
Cameron Stauth, Meditation As Medicine: Activate the Power of Your Natural Healing Force

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