Breathwork helps you to relax and de-stress, it can iron out the nervous tension and worry of the daily grind and busy modern lives. It can help yo...
Breathwork is the generic term for specific breathing exercises where the breathing is done in conscious and systematic ways, with specific purposes in min...
This month’s report is of special interest to those of you who have tasted the healing of your birth trauma or would like to heal senility and old age early, or at least more consciously. I am interested in total healing and the mastery of Life that healing naturally produces.
My healing goes on. More birth, prenatal, and early childhood feelings coming into my body and emotions for healing. The common denominator is the intense back pain that has been going on for a month and half. I probably should call it middle pain, because it keeps moving around several times each day. The pain is most intense when I move, but on some days I could feel it while moving or not.
My affirmations are: I enjoy moving, I no longer resent movement, I love moving.
Elvi created a powerful affirmation yesterday: Spirit enjoys being Elvi. It is brilliant. Spirit enjoys being Leonard. It is absolute and always true. The more we can feel it, no matter how we are feeling, it is a healing deposit in our memory that will eventually take over. It would be fun to see what your emotional response column says?
Babaji calls His incarnation dramas – Divine Sports. We couldn’t do better than refer to our dramas as Divine Sports.
Breathing Training is a must for people who work in high stakes, high stress, or life or death situations. Breathwork Training is the next major key skillset that high performing individuals need to have.
Professionals need to show up at their best, every day, no matter what. In order to bring our best to an event, interaction, or a situation, we need to be in touch with ourselves and our internal resources; we need the energy to perform, and a certain level of comfort and ease in our body; and we must have with mental clarity and emotional balance.
People whose job it is to protect and save lives, to manage crisis situations, and coordinate emergency activities need to have guts, need to a head on their shoulders and need to be in touch with their heart.
First Responders need to know how to manage their physiology in order to maintain the clarity and presence required to ensure effective communication, organization and coordination of activities and resources.
Breathwork is a tool that can be used to focus awareness and channel energy. It is also the perfect tool for developing the qualities of mindfulness, resiliency, empathy, and intuition.
In an emergency, we need people who can remain calm and alert, relaxed and energized. In addition to operational skills, first responders need to know how to manage their mental and emotional state; and they need to be good at arousal control and attention control. And all of this comes down to breath control.
Judging by emails and other writings from Breathworkers around the world, there seems to be a growing trend to highlight the healing they provide. Not just on a one-to-one basis, but also healing of whole countries.
These two free breathing exercises give you the basics of what Jim calls "maintenance breathing" and "Therapeutic Breathwork."
The first exercise helps you return to calm and ease in your daily life and is consonant with coherent and mindfulness breathing.
The second exercise introduces you to a technique to help healing and emotional release as well as increasing your energy level and creative potential.
Enjoy this 20 min. class by Jim Morningstar.
Here I am going to present results of my recent research: “Methodology of Integration in breathwork”.
This research has been done by myself during the last couple of years. On 8th October 2004 I received official confirmation of a PhD degree in Psychology (Candidate of Science ) for my research dissertation at the International Academy of Psychology Science in Yaroslavl. I think the results I received and the theme of my research are quite relevant for the international breathwork community. Here I will present these results, in order to raise this theme, to get a feedback and perhaps have an opportunity to develop this theme further.
I have had experience of breathwork for about ten years, both as a client and as a therapist. During that period I was trained by the leading breathing-theory leaders of Russia (S. Gorsky, V. Kozlov, V. Maikov, G. Shirokov) as well as international recognized breathwork teachers, including Leonard Orr (USA) who invented Rebirthing Breathwork; Dan Brule (USA) – one of Orr’s first followers; Nemi Nath (Australia) – founder of the school “Breathconnection”; Cliff Lloyd (England) – ex-chairman of the British Rebirthers Society; and many others besides. For the last six years I have been giving individual breathwork sessions in different styles (Rebirthing Breathwork, Holotropic Breathwork™, VIVATION). I have conducted training in groups orientated towards both therapeutic and teaching purposes.