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Climbing Towards Freedom: How a Himalayan Trek Empowered an American Businessperson to Quit Smoking

Updated: Feb 18





Jack on glacier with glass of water.
Discovering purity amidst Himalayan majesty.

Once upon a time, there was a corporate employee named Jack who had been a heavy smoker for over 20 years. He had tried everything to quit, but nothing seemed to work. One day, he decided to take a break from his hectic work schedule and go on a trip to India, specifically to the Himalayan region.


While trekking through the remote areas of Kumaon in Uttarakhand, Jack stumbled upon a family living in isolation on a glacier. They offered him food, but he declined and asked for water instead. The family brought him water from a river that was directly connected to the glacier, and Jack was amazed at the premium quality of the water from nature's source.


The family then suggested he try a yogic practice of breathing 22 times from his left nose. Jack was skeptical, but he gave it a try and felt relaxed. He then drank the water, and it hit him with a wave of activation and refreshment. The family explained that the practice generated shakti of the left side of the brain, which would be required for his trekking and to understand the purity of the water.


Intrigued, Jack asked for more advice on how to live happily. The family noticed that he had exhausted the right part of his brain and suggested that he use the left side to solve complex problems, just like using an external drive with more space available. They explained that his constant breathing from the right nose had made his right hand more alert than his left, and his right side looked more alert overall.


The family's advice was life-changing, and Jack forgot about his cigarettes for 24 hours. He had some premium packets of cigarettes with him, but before he saw some people smoking, he thought to practice the left nose meditation. From that day on, he never felt the urge to smoke a cigarette again.


It was an amazing experience for Jack, and he learned that sometimes the solution to a problem lies in unexpected places. The family's advice and the practice of left nose breathing had not only helped him quit smoking but had also taught him valuable lessons on how to live a happy and fulfilling life.

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