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 pur...
Any individual can use the Breathwork Mastery process of conscious breathing to live intentionally no matter what their circumstances.
When an individual sets an intention deliberately rather than through their normal human wishing, wanting, desiring, longing and hoping, everything in the way of that intention is likely to start to manifest in that individual’s life. Most people don’t know this. In the new age we tend to say “it’s not meant to happen”. This is a fatalistic approach because the power to make things happen is being given to some other source or force. One huge secret which most people don’t know also is conscious breathing itself can be used to clear the unresolved material, events, circumstances and energetic sensations in the body that get activated when an individual sets an intention deliberately or intentionally.
Most people do not realise that when they make a vow to themselves or another, or start up a new project in life, they are inviting everything in the way of that vow or project to come forward. It’s the subconscious material that is going to bring up the blocks or sabotage of the vow or project. Limiting subconscious beliefs like “I can’t have what I want” or “life is hard” that became subconscious when we were tiny and it was true, may still be locked into the body-mind and below the surface of awareness.
Many people who have never done breathwork wonder what all the fuss is about. They ask what is the point of it; they want to know what the value or the benefits of it are.
For those of us who are immersed in the practice—our direct experience makes it all obvious and self-evident. But still, it is important to remind ourselves and to inform others of the astonishing power and potential of Breathwork: so that’s what I’ll do here this month.
We use breathwork for self-improvement and personal growth; we use it to increase our physical, emotional and cognitive wellbeing; we us it to enhance our creative abilities and to boost our self-healing capacities. We apply it for achieving peak performance, for attaining optimum health, and for realizing our ultimate potential.
Breathwork gives us more energy on a day-to-day basis, and it helps us to sleep better. Breathworkers are not as tense, stressed, anxious or afraid—as often or as much—as others. Breathwork helps us to maintain a peaceful loving heart, a relaxed energized body, and a clear quiet mind—even in the most difficult moments of life.
how you can use your own breathing to be clear and inspired each day!
The single act of conscious breathing creates a different personal reality for an individual. Spending time consciously breathing changes individual consciousness over time. No matter what thought and beliefs and decisions have been made by an individual, the limiting decisions will change towards the positive. The more conscious breathing we do, the more we are in present time, where there is no past. In present time we can truly choose because there is no “because” - no reference from the past. Keep doing this and the past has less influence. When we are in present time, the moment of now, and are more free to choose, we act appropriately in situations. This is in contrast to not choosing because we are reacting. The main feeling to recognise reactive behaviour is that there is no choice, and “I’ve been here before and felt this feeling before”. There is no sense of humour. Sometimes there is a sense of different size and shape of the body and change in lighting – which can be a dark even if the adult is in a light room or outside. At times like this our unresolved past event has come up for clearing – Why?
May 24th to June 8th 2014 ~ with choice of dates
You can book for one session,
• one day (two sessions),
• weekend (four sessions) or
• six day intensive retreat (twelve sessions)