Dr. Noah Mckay Teaches, “The Breath Of Fire”

A couple of people expressed interest in learning more about, “The Breath Of Fire”.  Here is a short video of Dr. Noah teaching the technique.  Just click on the link below.

Dr. Noah Mckay Teaches “The Breath Of Fire”

Dr. Noah McKay, M.D.
As Scott Sylvan Bell from www.ScottBellConsultant.com would say, “Now Go Implement!”
Yours In Health!
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19 Responses to “Dr. Noah Mckay Teaches, “The Breath Of Fire””

  1. I love the Breath of Fire. It is fun to see how far you get can your hands apart and still feel the energy.

    Yours In Health!

    Dr. Wendy

  2. Shane Aric says:

    That was fantastic, I will bet you could feel all the energy in the room. It is always a much different experience when there are more people around.

    What do you use this energy for?

    It kinda looked like the breathing exercise at the end of a Bikram session. Except the hands arent above your head.

    Train with Shane

  3. Thanks for posting this! I’ve always loved the breath of fire!

    Cherie Miranda
    Meditation Helps Reduce Background Noise

  4. Jc MacKenzie says:

    That was VERY interesting. I never heard of the “breathe of fire” before, I enjoyed that a lot!
    Looking forward to more [ sometime today, I’m going to look him up ]
    Be Well

  5. Margarita says:

    I have practiced pranayama. It puts you quickly into altered state of mind. I practiced those with Jeru Kabbal’s recordings. The Quantum Light Breath meditation is awesome. Thank you

  6. The Breath of Fire is most interesting!

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  7. Eva Palmer says:

    I just did that exercise!!!
    It felt great!
    Thanks Gary!

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  8. Annie Born says:

    Hi Gary,
    Interesting exercise.
    Looking forward to tomorrow!
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  9. Interesting exercise … I will do when able.


  10. Dan says:

    very cool – thanks!

  11. Gary, I have never heard of the “breath of fire” interesting waay to refocus energy. That will be on my list of to do’s before bed. Thanks for the link to my site by the way.
    Scott Sylvan Bell
    Body language of fighting
    Now go implement!

  12. Kevin Hogan says:

    That seems weird to hyperventilate that long and fast. This could be interesting to try.

    Mark Hogan

  13. Neil Dhawan says:

    Very cool, thank you for sharing this video. I have purchased his book ( thanks for the direct link ) and look forward to learning more about this extraordinary man.

    Stay Amazing, Neil

  14. I had never heard of “the breath of fire.” I’m actually a little scared to try it. I faint easily and I am afraid of passing out. But I will keep reading; it’s very interesting.

    Lisa McLellan
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  15. Sonya Lenzo says:

    Very interesting. I also had not heard of this. I am anxious to read his book.
    Sonya Lenzo

  16. Is book available as eBook / download – e.g. past copyright dates

    Having trouble finding it.


  17. I have to admit I had never heard of the breathe of fire but very cool video.
    I would be interested in the book.
    Jennifer Battaglino
    Tinnitus Treatment

  18. Thanks for the video! I’d immediately be out of breath trying to do that for even 20 seconds.
    But you’ve definitely piqued my interest.

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