Monday, April 04, 2005

On Achieving the Open Throat

Perhaps the statement should be: Nothing can attenuate the throat. I once heard the situation described as digging a mine. One has to make the tap hole, dig the hole, remove the dirt, put in the supports, even out the walls, cement the walls, put the railroad tracks in. The problem is that the muscle structure of the throat is weak and needs to be trained to stay open. We accomplish the open throat by doing many things: Yawning, Drinking in the Breathe, Surprise, Posture, and on and on.

Feeling Resonance in the head, sick leaned over, like touching one's toes.

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