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How to Inhale the Universe without Wheezing by Stephen Young

How to Inhale the Universe without Wheezing


How to Inhale the Universe without Wheezing by Stephen Young

This book describes ways of paying attention to asthma that can yield not only relief from misery, but spiritual wisdom. How to Inhale the Universe Without Wheezing offers fresh perspectives on a frustrating and seemingly meaningless experience. Tracing the difficult path on which asthma prodded the author over two decades, this engaging narrative shares lessons (sometimes funny, sometimes profound) learned about asthma and health in general.

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Publication date

1st April 2008


Stephen Young

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120 pages


Science: general issues



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