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January 9, 2013
2:58 pm
Erin Vanskyock
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Hello. Today was my first day. I finished with the first course already and when I completed the deep breathing exercise and was instructed to put my hand 2-3 inches above my head and note whether I felt a cool or a warm breeze, I felt warmth. It didn’t feel very breezy but was like an oven trying to preheat or something. I was wondering what that means and if its better to feel cool or warm. Thanks.

January 9, 2013
7:40 pm
Mar'yana
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Dear Erin,
the warmth just indicates that there are some imbalances in the system, which is not unusual – most of us have them. As you continue with the course, gradually the warmth should subside and give way to the cool breeze :).
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Mar’yana

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