Huna Breathing Techniques

Huna Breathing Techniques like this one can help you to feel grounded, energized, and calm.

There are four phases to the breath

  • 1) Inhalation
  • 2) Pause
  • 3) Exhalation
  • 4) Pause again before your next inhalation.

Controlling the  Breathing  Phases

By controlling these phases you can activate and increase different energies to support you in whatever you need to do. As you begin to understand how this works, you will realize how powerful and useful this simple technique can be. I learned Huna breathing techniques like this one in a training from the Huna Research Institute.

Looking at the picture, we see four elements and the four phases of the breath. The way to increase one energy in particular is to change the ratio of the breath.

An even ratio would be 1:1:1:1. Breathing in this way you would take a slow deep breath inhaling for one count, pausing for one count, exhaling for one count, pausing for one count before your next breath. Always place the tip of your tongue on the roof of your mouth when breathing intentionally like this.

Huna BreathingIf each breath was 4 seconds, then you would inhale for four seconds, pause for four seconds, exhale for four seconds, pause for four seconds. Everyone is different. Perhaps you’re more comfortable with a three second breath, or two, or five. Find what works best for you.

So, breathing in an even ratio of 1:1:1:1 would be balancing.

If you want to increase your energy, you increase the Fire element 2:0:1:0. This is known as the fire breath and would increase the fire element in you, energizing you. I also think it would increase your metabolism and burn blood sugar, but that is for you to find out.

If you want to calm yourself, use 1:1:2:0. This type of breathing is often used in Yoga and has been called the Breath of Enlightenment. It is very relaxing.

To ground yourself, increase the Earth element 1:1:1:2.

Practice with different ratios and combinations to find out what works best for you. As with anything Huna, you are the one who decides what works best for you not someone else. Practicing Huna Breathing Techniques like this can help you improve your general well being and focus.

25 thoughts on “Huna Breathing Techniques”

  1. I love this information. So simple and yet so powerful. This is helpful for anyone, and since we all breathe, most people can use this. Many people do meditation and breath work, but not all know how the breathing ration can help. Thank you for sharing this!

    1. Yes, we all breathe. We can do it anywhere, anytime and it’s free! Humans really have everything they need right within them. Thank you for your comment! I’m glad you’re finding this site useful to you. Pam

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