According to a Turkish breathing therapist, the reason atheists don’t believe in the existence of God is that they don’t know how to breathe correctly.
On Dec. 18, Nevşah Fidan Karamehmet spoke on the private broadcast, CNN TÜRK, to suggest atheists cannot breathe correctly in their rib cages due to “magnetic fields” being present.
“Radical atheists come to my seminars. There are many serious researches conducted to find the relations between breathing and thinking. For example, atheists’ abdominal breathing is perfect but there is no breath in here,” the self-proclaimed breathing expert said, pointing at her rib cage. “There is a bulge in the rib cage. It is like there’s a stone in there.”
She then explained that hundreds of thousands of atheists who have sought her therapy found God at the end of their session, due to the breathing exercises she conducts.
“During our exercises, we focus especially on the body part that has difficulties breathing. When we fix the breathing problem, the mind has a revival. I know many who said, in tears at the end of the seminars, that they found God,” she said.
Not surprisingly, Karamehmet’s remarks have caused created an uproar on social media.
CNN Türk’te Deniz Bayramoğlu’nun sunduğu (@bayramoglu_d) ‘Gündem Özel’ programına katılan ‘nefes terapisti’ Nevşah Fidan Karamehmet: Ateistlerin göğüs kafesinde nefes yok, terapiden sonra ağlayarak “Allah’ı hissettim” diyorlar. pic.twitter.com/AqHkIuHkJ9
— Az Önce Oldu (@azonceoldu) December 17, 2017
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