Respiratory System Symbolic of the Spirit.
Respiratory System Symbolic of the Spirit.

Respiratory System Symbolic of the Spirit.

The entire respiratory system feeds your body with life-giving energies, and eliminates used and potentially harmful gaseous matter from the body.

The respiratory system feeds the blood with fresh live food, oxygen and all of ” hidden” foods that are a part of the air. Jesus once told his disciples, ” I have meat to eat that ye know not of” (John 4:32). My teaching point is that everything the body needs to exist can be found within the air,which is symbolic of the Spirit.

Lungs – Spiritual Assimilation & Cleansing.

It is through the action of your lungs that you receive the breath of life. You inhale that which will nourish and sustain you.You exhale that which is used and is no longer beneficial, that which would cause harm, damage and possibly death if it were kept within the body .

The same can be said for misconceptions of truth, or man-made Concepts. When you continue to rely upon these and do not exhale them or purge them from your system through understanding their source, they can result in accidents, sickness, disease, allergies and sometimes death.

Your lungs do not always nourish your body. Most of us are exposed to polluted air daily. It works on our bodies 24 hours a day. Polluted air is symbolic of the distorted spiritual thoughts that man follows. That which is harmful, which you are forced to partake of, is man-made.

When you have congestion, regardless of the source, it is symbolic of an attack on your faith or belief in your Self in handling a particular situation, one that requires confidence in your Self at a spiritual level. Always remembering body mind and spirit connection.

Let’s nurture our lungs with mindful deep breathing exercises ( swimming indoors now) and clean air.Breathe in positivity, exhale negativity for a healthier more vibrant life.


  1. ROYAL

    Breathe in, breathe out. It’s involuntary, we just do it. It is a miracle, we don’t stop to think about it much. We do it 12-14 times a minute without thinking. At rest, our lungs take in six liters of air per minute. When we’re working hard, we can take in more than 100.

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