Gladden Longevity

Is 6000 Year-Old Breath Work a Portal into Emotional Mastery and Longevity? – Episode 140

Do you know the importance of breathing, listening, and being masterful? In this episode of the Gladden Longevity Podcast, Dr. Jeffrey Gladden talks with Jason Campbell, a 7th-degree black belt who has been teaching breath mastery for over three decades and is co-founder of Zen Wellness. He has composed over 100 albums and been #1 on multiple Billboard and Amazon charts.  His combination of breath and music will take you on a journey of vibrant health, energy, and mental clarity. This episode discusses breath, energy, music, mental clarity, meditation, and mastery. Listen to find out about Jason’s unique perspective on health, wellness, and spiritual growth. 

Listen to this episode to learn about making a hundred the new thirty, living beyond 120, and Living Young for a Lifetime!

Show Notes:

Dr. Gladden introduces Jason Campbell and talks about the life energy circle. (2:08)

Jason discusses being helpful and happy and what emotional mastery means. (5:25)

Dr. Gladden mentions that it’s the energy and consciousness that transforms everything and how a raggedy shirt can be the most beautiful thing on the planet. (7:40)

Jason explains that there are many Buddhas and what “Buddha” means. (9:05)

Jason talks about the voice in the head being neither good nor bad and how it is the first level of meditation. (11:05)

Jason reminds us that the closest number to infinity is zero, which is a good way to conceptualize how you can go to the place of everything by going to the place of nothing. (13:30)

When you go to the place of silence; you have access to everything. Jason tells us how. (14:20)

Dr. Gladden asks Jason if he has traveled or lived somewhere else in the process of gaining all this knowledge and spiritual growth. (16:15)

Jason speaks about the difficulty of thinking your way into happiness. (18:02)

Dr. Gladden’s elaborates on the practice of framing our experiences and feelings in such a way that allows us to keep our center and/or heal, then asks Jason about a time in his life when he remembers not having the ability to do that yet. (20:42)

Jason mentions that the ear picks up anywhere between like 20 Hertz and 20,000 Hertz. (22:06)

Jason explains breath, movement, and tension. (24:13)

Jason guides the listeners through breathing examples. (26:57)

Dr. Gladden and Jason discuss Jason buying a town and what are his plans with it. (30:26)

Dr. Gladden questions Jason about the challenges he is currently facing. (33:10)

Dr. Gladden says that one of the essential things we can develop is a sense of adaptability. (35:03)

Jason talks about the importance of being able to recover quickly when you are pulled off center. (37:17)

Dr. Gladden questions Jason about how his music is used and what the intentions are. (41:00)

Jason speaks about the type of music he makes and how he can make music for different purposes. (43:15)

Jason tells us about his dog called Serenity and how she reacted to the music he makes. (46:13)

Dr. Gladden mentions the importance of being centered and how he has personally benefited from it. (49:30) 

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