The Necessity of Controlling the Free Energy of the Body The Necessity of Controlling the Free Energy of the Body

The cells of the organism generate certain quantity of energy which is used by themselves for maintenance of their vital functions. But in the organism there are systems that generate energy not only for themselves, but provide all the organism with it. Such systems are divided into active and passive by their ability of energy generating.

To the active ones first of all the muscular system is referred. The  physical vitality depends on the degree of development and training of the muscular tissue. It's not without reason that we ail and have a collapse when a virus gets into our organism. The people having an undisciplined muscular system constantly ail and feel low.

There are two types of muscular tissue: cross-striated and nonstriated (we do not examine the heart muscle as it is a special type of tissue). The cross-striated muscular tissue forms all the body (as they say "meat"). It is on this tissue that the physical strength and endurance depend. It is controlled by the central nervous system.

There is quite different situation with the nonstriated muscular tissue. It paves all the systems connected to moving and transporting of either matters within the organism, rendering to these systems smoothness, elasticity, resilience. For example, such systems are: vessels, intestines, skin etc. The nonstriated muscular system is controlled by the vegetative nervous system and our thoughts.

If the cross-striated muscular tissue detects coarse vibrations of the brain without changing its functions, the non-striated muscular tissue reacts to them painfully, it changes its functions and falls into a collapse! It is due to this reason that the stress subject people develop vascular dystonia, intestines atony, dislocation of vertebra, adiposity (the skin and its subcutaneous cellular tissue change their own functions)...

The main natural function of the muscular tissue is catching the life energy and direct it for storage to the reservoirs with further transportation to the destination. One of energy reservoirs is the abdominal cavity.

Both from above (from the side of the heart and lungs) and from below (from the side of the genitals) the abdominal cavity is paved with great muscles forming a construction called "diaphragm". It consists of nonstriated muscular tissue. The diaphragm is abundantly supplied with blood vessels and nerve ends. All medical literature pays little attention to the diaphragm, but its function is great enough, if the Nature provided it with such powerful blood supply.

In fact the diaphragm catches all free energy within the organism and directs it to the reservoir, the abdominal cavity (abdominal channel). The most actively the diaphragm functions during breathing. In our organism great many energy flows exist. Many of them are hidden from our attention completely, but there are three main flows (channels) of energy supply which we know and which provide for our vital activity. Two of them are connected to the energy supply with food and water the third channel provides energy supply during breathing.

Let's examine some peculiarities of this phenomenon. The man can do without food rather long. Without water one can do for some time, but without breathing we cannot do completely. Thus, eating is not the main channel of energy supply! Water is a more important supplier of energy, and the most  important source of it is the breathing.

It is due to this fact that yogis pay great attention to breathing exercises. The breathing organs catch the subtle vibrations of life energy from inhaled air. A part of it is passed to the blood, and the other part is directed to the abdominal reservoir. The functioning of all internal organs: lever, kidneys, pancreas, intestinals, spleen and others – depends on the diaphragm. They are situated close to the diaphragm, are massaged by it, due to which their vigour and energy exchange improves.

Hence, all spare energy generated in the organism "flows" into the abdominal channel and accumulates there. There's one more feature that is important here. If there is lack of energy in the organism by some reason (e.g., due to underdeveloped muscular tissue), the missing part of it is taken from the abdominal organs (of course not without damage to them). Isn't it the very reason due to which at present there are no people having no problems with stomach, intestines, lever…

It's not without reason that the abdominal cavity is called "zhivot" by common Russians, which means Life. It has been long since noticed that our fitness fully depends on our abdomen condition. Thus, it is very important that due attention should be paid to this part of the organism with the help of breathing and physical exercises. This is how the Nature has done: it's rendered very important functions to the abdomen, but it's made its muscles passive, for their activization physical and breathing exercises are necessary.

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