David and AlexPERP BaPY - Persons Experiencing Relaxation, Peace Breathing and Pulse Yoked"Persons Experiencing Relaxation, Peace"
Breathing and Pulse Yoked
A Non-instrumental Human Biofeedback technique that helps to empower a person to make continuous choices


David-Rhema PERP Program. PERP is an acronym for “Persons Experiencing Relaxation, Peace”. The Technique is called BaPY, is an acronym for “Breathing and Pulse Yoked”.  A Non-instrumental Human Biofeedback technique that helps to empower a person to make continuous choices: choosing the pleasant and positive thinking, feeling and speaking, living- life style versus the negative, harmful, hurtful thinking, feeling, speaking, living-life style.


Meditation Relaxation techniques like Yoga, Zen, Mindfulness, and so on, focus on breathing in and breathing out. Our technique for the first time, in the history of humankind, yokes breathing with counting of one’s own pulse.
Health Professionals (Doctors, Nurses, Physician Assistants etc.) when they take the pulse of a person, they also assess the respiratory rate by observe the chest rising and falling.

Normal resting respiratory rate is variable. Average respiratory rate reported in a healthy adult at rest is usually given as 12-18 breaths per minute. But estimates do vary between sources, e.g., 12-20 breaths per minute, 10-14,[3] between 16-18,[4] etc. (1.G J Tortora & N P Anagnostakos, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 6th edition, New York: Harper-Collins, 1990, ISBN 0060466693, p. 707, 2. Lauralee Sherwood, Fundamentals of Physiology: A Human Perspective, Thomson Brooks/Cole, 2006, ISBN 0534466974, p. 380; Respiratory Rate, Brian S. Beckett, Illustrated Human and Social Biology, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995, ISBN 0199140650, p. 78.

To reiterate, the normal resting respiration is 12-20 per minute. However, deep abdominal breathing encourages full oxygen exchange “that is, the beneficial trade of incoming oxygen for outgoing carbon dioxide. Not surprisingly, it can slow the heartbeat and lower or stabilize blood pressure.”  http://www.health.harvard.edu/fhg/updates/update1006a.shtml
In the PERP-BaPY invention, as one breathe in, count 4 pulse, pause for two pulse and as one breathe out, count 4 pulse and pause for 2 pulse. For one respiratory cycle, the person is counting 12 pulse and with a heart rate of 72 to 84 per minute, the conscious respiratory rate is 6 to 7 per minute.

Focusing on breathing in and breathing out, alone, as in Yoga and other relaxation techniques, can relax, slow the heart rate and lower blood pressure. However, Perp-Bapy program of counting the pulse while breathing in and breathing out is a totally new method of relaxation response and can be done anywhere, any time. 

In short this PERP-BaPY program can be done, even in public, unnoticed and bring yourself into a relaxed, calm, focused , temperate frame of mind.



The PERP BaPY Technique is patent pending
David Nisbet & Alex Zechariah