Control your bad Emotions with the Tuna Technique


The Mustang Tuna Technique is a very special form of deep breathing. In customary deep breathing, we use our lungs to breathe, and we take in more oxygen by expanding our lung capacity. Thus, in customary deep breathing, we breathe like bellows.

A bellows is a device with an airbag that emits a stream of air when squeezed together with two handles, used for blowing air into a fire. Although it will help us to take in more air, it also requires us to use more of our natural energy to do it.

With deep breathing in a bellows-style, our breath will be quick, our heart beat will be fast, our metabolism rate will increase, and our longevity will be shortened.


Benefits of Tuna Technique

Thus, as practitioners of life cultivation, we try to preserve our natural energy, so we tend to employ the Mustang Tuna Technique for deep breathing instead.

Using the Mustang Tuna Technique in deep breathing, we make use of our diaphragm to breathe. We take in more oxygen by pushing our diaphragm down without expanding the lung. First we Inhale slowly, moving the air into the diaphragm area. Then we exhale slowly, returning the diaphragm to its normal position.

The Mustang Tuna Technique will increase the content of alkaline substances in our body. It will speed up blood circulation and heartbeat. It will increase our rate of blood circulation, thereby accelerate the delivery of food nutrients to other parts of our body. It will improve the immunity function of our body to fight diseases.

In addition, the Mustang Tuna Technique will help to improve our excretion function, helping us to excrete body waste and toxins from our body through perspiration or defecation, reducing the content of acidic substances in the body. It will help to balance the pH value of the body and quickly bring our body to standard.

Thus, the Mustang Tuna Technique will help us to fight off common colds, infection of the respiratory tract, and the other respiratory diseases.

As practitioners of life cultivation, we use the Mustang Tuna Technique to maintain and repair our body. In the use of this technique, we take in two to three times more oxygen than normal. Thus we use this method to treat illness of various organs.

For example, we use this technique to treat headaches. When we take in air to its maximum, we will suddenly lift our heels, forcing the air to run to the head, and then we exhale slowly.

We will offer more information on how to treat various organs and symptoms in the full treatise.

If you persist in practicing the Mustang Tuna Technique daily for half-a-year, your diaphragm area will expand by four centimeter. It will vastly improve your lungs and respiratory system. For seniors, this is the most important method to restore their respiratory system.

In summary, The Mustang Tuna Technique will result in a large exchange of air inside our whole body, resulting in massaging the organs in our body to affect the excretion of toxins, and resulting in a higher rate of blood circulation.

Mind control of Tuna Technique Brief

One aspect of the Mustang Tuna Technique is to use deep breathing for the control of our mind. It is a very complicated process, but it is also a useful process to build a youthful foundation for our health.

This is worth our while to spend some time talking about it. We will start with a simplified version here, and then we will have a full discourse in another treatise. If you are interested in building a youthful foundation, we suggest that you purchase the treatise under Call to Action Summary below. Here is a brief.

Sit properly. Do not rush to close your eyes and start right away. Calm down. Even your breath. Wait until your mind is calm and your breath is even. Now you close your eyes slightly or with an open slit.

If you have a problem understanding this, go and visit a Buddhist temple to see the Buddha’s seven-point sitting method. You do not have to visit a real temple. You may visit the Internet to find out. Pay close attention to how the Buddha places his hands, legs and feet.

Focus your attention on your breath. You start counting, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine. While you are counting, you inhale air with each count. Now you take in air with nine spurts. You stop counting and breathing at the count of nine. Now you exhale in one stretch without counting. We refer to this action as one breath. Remember this. This is very important in our discourse later on.

You inhale with your nose. You may exhale with your nose or mouth. As practitioners of the Mustang Tuna Technique, we will advise you to breathe with your mouth, with the tip of your tongue touching the upper ceiling of the mouth. There is a very good reason for this.

Group nine breaths as one cycle. How many cycles will you do in one exercise? How long does it take to do one cycle? Should you do the Tuna Technique lying on bed, sitting on a chair, or standing on the ground?


Inhale as if you are breaking a cocoon. Exhale as if you are pulling a thread.


What if you reverse the process? Instead of counting from one to nine while inhaling, you prefer to count while exhaling. Is it alright? How does it affect you?



to be continued.

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