You’ve always felt there was more to you than your flesh. There’s always been part of you that you couldn’t control. You’d feel anger burn inside you. You’d lose control of your emotions.
You like being angry, because it puts you in touch with your spirit.
Anger feels good. It feels powerful. It feels fearless.
The hangover of anger includes a dry mouth and drained body.
What if you could have the power of anger on call, whenever you wanted or needed it?
Some say you are governed by your reptilian brain – the part of your brain that knows only how to kill and survive. Others say you have a wolf inside you that must be fed.
Inside of you is an animal that you can control, but you must first learn how to access this inner gorilla. If you go deep enough, you’ll begin to access the spirit world.
But first you must find this animal within.
Blood, Breath, Posture.
When you feel afraid, demoralized, or uncertain, always check your blood, breath, and posture. When you’re angry you lose control of your breathing. It’s shallow. Shallow breaths, shallow mind. High blood pressure causes a negative mindset, and blood does not properly flow to the brain.
Gorilla Mindset showed you how to improve your blood flow and posture. That was preparation of this breathing exercise.
In this video you will learn how to go deep inside yourself to access part of your body, mind, and spirit that you did not know exist.
- Warning: Poor posture and bad circulation lead to poor breathing. Do not perform these breathing exercise if you have not been following the other Gorilla Mindset principles. You will hyperventilate.
I use these breathing techniques when bathing my open, raw skin in the Dead Sea.
There’s a slightly oily surface on the water of the Dead Sea. Located at the lowest point on the earth, the Dead Sea is 31.5% salt. You don’t swim in the Dead Sea, you float in it.
For years people have traveled the to Dead Sea as the water contains minerals that nourish and heal skin.
As I step into the water my body begins to burn. My skin feels like a sunburn that won’t heal.
But I don’t notice the pain. I breathe it away.
My skin got like this, so I soaked in the Dead Sea. It’s as painful as you’d imagine. pic.twitter.com/vhrTLpdIpD
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) October 22, 2015
Wim Hof, who recently appeared on the Joe Rogan Podcast, applies similar breathing techniques.
Wim Hof, known as the Iceman, is know for his mental toughness. Hof has the ability to control his body’s reaction to heat and cold by controlling his breath. Hof showed Rogan how to breath properly, and Rogan was kind enough to excerpt that portion of the podcast in the below video.
“If we do not control what makes us happy, strong, and healthy, we have no control at all.” – Wim Hof
Isn’t that what you want?
If you watch the full episode of the Joe Rogan Podcast (which I encourage you to do), you’ll see a point where Wim Hof’s spirit leaves his body. You must watch the full podcast if you care about life. These breathing techniques are not become a bad ass or alpha male. When you control your breathing, you control your mood. You access the part of yourself that lets you be happy, healthy, strong. The full Wim Hof / Joe Rogan Podcast is available below.