A modern interpretation of the traditional art of healing involves the following features of the respiratory therapy. 1. In general, the patient heals himself. The doctor who supervises the exercises, just help him overcome the disease. The success achieved through exercise, gives the patient optimism - an important factor, especially in cases involving depression. 2. Respiratory therapy refers to the "internal" exercises, in contrast to the "external" gymnastic exercises. Since "internal" exercises, usually unaccustomed to the patient, you must first establish a connection between the breath and the special form of its realization. It requires patience and trust to the therapist to the patient. As a result, regular breathing exercises over time may occur synesthetic sensations (hallucinations), such as hromopsiya (color vision), or the feeling of weightlessness - the transcendental state, which some Taoists and Buddhists attach great importance.