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victory666
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Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby victory666 » Sun Feb 09, 2020 11:25 pm

Hello Brothers and Sisters,
I have a simple request for help with some specific calming breathing exercises that might help with my tourette syndrome that I've had since I was a teenager. It's not the verbal swearing type, just mostly tics that I can live with, though they are aggravating in a specific way.
You see, when I have these tics, they cause me to stop breathing in a normal pattern and this has been going on for years. Its worrisome because I havent had a steady flowing breathing pattern for a while now and that's the aggravating part. Sometimes I literally have to stop after the tics and catch my breath for a few seconds before I can continue with what I'm doing. I figure if I can use and try some specific breathing exercises to maybe calm the tics, then the breathing will fall into place. I've seen a specialist who recommended certain drugs that would calm me down, but don't wanna go down that path.
I function well enough to work 8 hour shifts at a shop I've been at for 30+ years. Everyone there knows my condition and understands, so that's not an issue for me.
I'm worried about my breathing and is it eventually gonna cause lack of oxygen problems.
I honestly appreciate whatever you can give, so thanks in advance.
Father Satan is with you all.

DeterminedAndStrong
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby DeterminedAndStrong » Mon Feb 10, 2020 12:37 am

Listening to music as a well as singing have been known to stop or lessen the symptoms of tourettes in some people.

Aquarius
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Aquarius » Mon Feb 10, 2020 1:29 pm

You should do a soul freeing working for 90 days to be free from tourette syndrome.
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Shael
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Shael » Tue Feb 11, 2020 8:27 am

I'd recommend Ansuz and Wunjo in a working to heal yourself and become free from those "ticks" entirely. Also simple deep abdominal breathing can help as well.
'Do not do anything useless.'
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HPS Shannon
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby HPS Shannon » Tue Feb 11, 2020 10:19 pm

victory666 wrote:Hello Brothers and Sisters,
I have a simple request for help with some specific calming breathing exercises that might help with my tourette syndrome that I've had since I was a teenager. It's not the verbal swearing type, just mostly tics that I can live with, though they are aggravating in a specific way.
You see, when I have these tics, they cause me to stop breathing in a normal pattern and this has been going on for years. Its worrisome because I havent had a steady flowing breathing pattern for a while now and that's the aggravating part. Sometimes I literally have to stop after the tics and catch my breath for a few seconds before I can continue with what I'm doing. I figure if I can use and try some specific breathing exercises to maybe calm the tics, then the breathing will fall into place. I've seen a specialist who recommended certain drugs that would calm me down, but don't wanna go down that path.
I function well enough to work 8 hour shifts at a shop I've been at for 30+ years. Everyone there knows my condition and understands, so that's not an issue for me.
I'm worried about my breathing and is it eventually gonna cause lack of oxygen problems.
I honestly appreciate whatever you can give, so thanks in advance.
Father Satan is with you all.


With the tourettes, is it more of an axiety issue and lack of calm that causes you to lack breathing properly? I have heard of people with tourettes but not losing their breath after outbursts.

So im asking if the tourettes is accompanied with a stand alone anxiety issue that exacerbates the tourettes.

Are you looking for a way to calm your senses and gain control of your nerves and energy levels?

victory666
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby victory666 » Thu Feb 13, 2020 3:34 am

Thanks so much for your responses.

@Aquarius & Shael,
Would I do a 90 day working with Ansuz & Wunjo ? Would I need to coordinate this with specific planetary days and hours?

@DeterminedAndStrong,
I listen to classical which is mostly done as background music while I'm working on projects and things at home. Unfortunately, classical doesn't really have lyrics, unless its opera. Maybe if I stopped what I was doing long enough to just sit and listen, it would make a difference. Thanks for your response.

@ HPS Shannon,
Even though anxiety can bring on some of the tics some of the time, it's the specific tics and the length of the ticking that causes me to lose my breath and be exhausted after a round of tics, which can last up to a minute. Most of the time it's not even anxiety or stress that brings it on ; it's just there. Its alot of eye/face squinching, with little shoulder and torso movements once in a while.
It's hard to explain, but the specific tics of my eyes and face, when I'm doing them, automatically shut my breathing down until the tics stop. I can't explain it any other way. This is what's got me worried.
Yes indeed, I'm looking for a way to calm and gain control of my nerves.

Hail Satan, the One Who gives us understanding.

Aquarius
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Aquarius » Thu Feb 13, 2020 3:36 pm

victory666 wrote:Thanks so much for your responses.

@Aquarius & Shael,
Would I do a 90 day working with Ansuz & Wunjo ? Would I need to coordinate this with specific planetary days and hours?

@DeterminedAndStrong,
I listen to classical which is mostly done as background music while I'm working on projects and things at home. Unfortunately, classical doesn't really have lyrics, unless its opera. Maybe if I stopped what I was doing long enough to just sit and listen, it would make a difference. Thanks for your response.

@ HPS Shannon,
Even though anxiety can bring on some of the tics some of the time, it's the specific tics and the length of the ticking that causes me to lose my breath and be exhausted after a round of tics, which can last up to a minute. Most of the time it's not even anxiety or stress that brings it on ; it's just there. Its alot of eye/face squinching, with little shoulder and torso movements once in a while.
It's hard to explain, but the specific tics of my eyes and face, when I'm doing them, automatically shut my breathing down until the tics stop. I can't explain it any other way. This is what's got me worried.
Yes indeed, I'm looking for a way to calm and gain control of my nerves.

Hail Satan, the One Who gives us understanding.

Yes, but I believe you should use just 1 rune between those. And use the calendar to see which is an appropriate day. The 15th is good.
HAIL TO OUR TRUE INEFFABLE GOD SATAN

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Shael
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Shael » Thu Feb 13, 2020 5:02 pm

victory666 wrote:Thanks so much for your responses.

@Aquarius & Shael,
Would I do a 90 day working with Ansuz & Wunjo ? Would I need to coordinate this with specific planetary days and hours?
This Saturday the 15th, or next week Sunday the 23rd, should be good. If you want to shoot for a specific planetary hour, go for the hour of the Sun preferrably (cleaning), or for the hour of the Moon (the subconscious). You can do either 40 days or 90 days, whatever feels best for you.
And of course avoid the VoC moon.

Since your issue sounds like it may be also some kind of nerve overload or something, you can try breathing out the air element (visualize yourself filled with air but dont consciously take any air element in, then exhale and visualize the air element leaving your body). The air element can cause oversensitivity and nerve agitation. Look into your natal chart if you have a lot of planets in air. If this is the case, then chances are the air element is a big culprit here.
'Do not do anything useless.'
-Miyamoto Musashi

victory666
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby victory666 » Wed Feb 19, 2020 10:56 am

Thanks for the help. Sorry it took me a while to respond back.
I will start the ritual this coming Sunday (23rd) using the Rune Ansuz and the hour of the Moon.
My question is: how many times do I vibrate the rune before I say an affirmation, and how many rounds of each set (rune/affirmation) do I perform?
Hail Father Satan

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Shael
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Shael » Wed Feb 19, 2020 2:30 pm

victory666 wrote:Thanks for the help. Sorry it took me a while to respond back.
I will start the ritual this coming Sunday (23rd) using the Rune Ansuz and the hour of the Moon.
My question is: how many times do I vibrate the rune before I say an affirmation, and how many rounds of each set (rune/affirmation) do I perform?
Hail Father Satan
The number of Ansuz is 4, so I'd recommend vibrating the rune either 40 or 80 times. Or alternatively you could also do it for 54, 90, or 108 times as these numbers are good in general. 108 also is a multiple of 4 as well.

For the affirmation, I think you should state it either 9 or 18 times in this case. 9 is a good number for ending things, such as removing bad karma or issues of any kind.

You always first vibrate the rune(s) for a set number of vibrations, and then state your affirmation a set number of times. So in this case for example vibrate it for 108 times, and then state the affirmation for 9 times and you are done. Once you have done this you can also do one vibration of AUM to kind of "finish" the working for the day. This is not necessary in order for it to work, though.

This working must be done daily for atleast 40 days. You can also keep it going for longer than that, such as 90 days for example.
'Do not do anything useless.'
-Miyamoto Musashi

Centralforce666
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Centralforce666 » Wed Feb 19, 2020 9:17 pm

Tourettes is a condition of Liver Wind and is usually caused by the following condition:

Kidney Yin Deificiency leading to
Liver Yin Deficiency with empty heat harassing the heart.

The appropriate formula is:

Ming Mu Di Huang Wan which moistens the liver, reduces wind and nourishes the kidney yin.

It is also useful for the eyesight particularly dry eyes.
Si vis pacem, para bellum

If you want a peaceful life, prepare for war

HPS Shannon
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby HPS Shannon » Thu Feb 20, 2020 2:26 am

victory666 wrote:Hello Brothers and Sisters,
I have a simple request for help with some specific calming breathing exercises that might help with my tourette syndrome that I've had since I was a teenager. It's not the verbal swearing type, just mostly tics that I can live with, though they are aggravating in a specific way.
You see, when I have these tics, they cause me to stop breathing in a normal pattern and this has been going on for years. Its worrisome because I havent had a steady flowing breathing pattern for a while now and that's the aggravating part. Sometimes I literally have to stop after the tics and catch my breath for a few seconds before I can continue with what I'm doing. I figure if I can use and try some specific breathing exercises to maybe calm the tics, then the breathing will fall into place. I've seen a specialist who recommended certain drugs that would calm me down, but don't wanna go down that path.
I function well enough to work 8 hour shifts at a shop I've been at for 30+ years. Everyone there knows my condition and understands, so that's not an issue for me.
I'm worried about my breathing and is it eventually gonna cause lack of oxygen problems.
I honestly appreciate whatever you can give, so thanks in advance.
Father Satan is with you all.


Just quoting you so you know that there is activity in this thread. CentralForce gave you information on a herbal remedy to help heal the tourettes. Let us know if you want suggestions on where to buy it from.

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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Length » Thu Feb 20, 2020 3:39 pm

"my Tourette syndrome". dude, your technically owning the disease or disorder by saying my. If you want to get rid of it you should first try to disassociate with it mentally instead of owning it. Joyofsatan.org 101

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Shael
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Shael » Thu Feb 20, 2020 6:12 pm

Length wrote:"my Tourette syndrome". dude, your technically owning the disease or disorder by saying my. If you want to get rid of it you should first try to disassociate with it mentally instead of owning it. Joyofsatan.org 101
It really doesn't make much of a difference here. The wording thing can matter but it's not like you cant cure a disease without applying it.

Disassociating with the tourrettes isn't gonna fix his/her kidneys and liver, but healing herbs will.
'Do not do anything useless.'
-Miyamoto Musashi

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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Length » Thu Feb 20, 2020 7:33 pm

Shael wrote:
Length wrote:"my Tourette syndrome". dude, your technically owning the disease or disorder by saying my. If you want to get rid of it you should first try to disassociate with it mentally instead of owning it. Joyofsatan.org 101
It really doesn't make much of a difference here. The wording thing can matter but it's not like you cant cure a disease without applying it.

Disassociating with the tourrettes isn't gonna fix his/her kidneys and liver, but healing herbs will.


think about what you typed. How is refraining to latch on a disease not help you get away from it. You wouldn't be attracting it or attracting whatever cause it. Then also the opposite would be true as far as that which negates it(syndrome) now have an open window to manifest inside your life.

victory666
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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby victory666 » Sun Mar 01, 2020 3:08 pm

Thanks again for the help. I started on the 23rd and doing well, but missed yesterday (29th). Was wondering if I can do the ritual twice today to make up for the missed one, or should I start again today apart from the VOC, obviously.

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Re: Tourette Syndrome and breathing exercises

Postby Shael » Wed Mar 04, 2020 9:18 pm

victory666 wrote:Thanks again for the help. I started on the 23rd and doing well, but missed yesterday (29th). Was wondering if I can do the ritual twice today to make up for the missed one, or should I start again today apart from the VOC, obviously.
You're likely best off waiting until Sunday March 8th and restarting it there. Try to avoid missing days like this. Make reminders/alarms on your phone or something like that, so you ensure you do it properly every day.
'Do not do anything useless.'
-Miyamoto Musashi


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