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A group of resources to help form healthy habits

There is this happy side-effect when you read a book about health and breathing. For 300+ pages you become very conscious of your breathing patterns and end up getting very focused practice along the way. When we might find it difficult to form good habits ā€“ we can just consume more material and get on with it.

This is a growing list of resources Iā€™m gathering to help me form some healthy habits.

This post will be updated with more resources. Submit a pull request or contact me if you want to add anything else on breathing and health.


Book cover where the title "Breath is evaporating

Breath by James Nestor

An exploration of the science, history, and cultural practices surrounding breathing, revealing its profound impact on our health, well-being, and overall quality of life.
An old-school book cover with an image of a nose

Science of Breath by Swami Rama

Blends Eastern philosophy with Western scientific principles, providing a holistic understanding of the breath's influence on health, vitality, and connection to self.
The classic image of davinci but made with a texture of circuts

Body Electric Series

From TED Radio Hour a 6-part investigation and interactive project to understand the impact of your tech on your body ā€¦ and how to live better with your devices.
A man with a beard sitting a relaxing

4-7-8 Breathing Technique

Learn a powerful relaxation technique as demonstrated by Dr. Weil. A daily practice that can bring great calmness to the body.
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4-7-8 Breathing

A figma prototype that provides a guiding animation of a breathing technique
Snow capped mountains with a line of tibetan streamers in foreground

Revealing the Secrets of Tibetan Inner Fire Meditation

A post about the meditation practice of Inner Fire Meditation (Tummo). It reveals instructions for this secret practice that are said to improve concentration, health, open the chakras, and cultivate bliss and confidence.
Mountains fire in an icy blue color

Breathwork Bay Area

Twice-weekly free breathwork sessions