I'm curious where everyone is based in the world? I'm in Israel and was wondering if there are others from previous cohorts who are also here? I'd also love to know how people are bringing this work into their practices? Individual sessions, group sessions, online, face to face? I found myself getting overwhelmed at the possibilities and we aren't even there yet 😂
@Debrah de Lange good luck!!!
@Daniel Felipe Moncaleano I'm in Israel, just north of Hadera.
Welcome to the breathwork revolution my friend! The tools, the technology and the tribe in this community have the power to change your world. And when you change Your world, everyone around you benefits. We’re here to transform, to grow, and to create a better life for ourselves and for others, so in that spirit there’s two simple things I want you to do: 1. Drop a post and introduce yourself. Where are you from? What are your passions? And most importantly - what kind of life do you want to create? 2. Like, comment and support at least 3 other people in this community. We’re doing this together, which means showing up together. Stay tuned and watch this space! Good things are coming. Life is a mental game guys! Once you are leveled up on the mental side you can kiss goodbye the cycles of self sabotage and limiting beliefs. This is where you get to become the designer of your own life. Master of your destiny. Get ready.
Welcome to all the March container members! So great to grow the family. Enjoy the learning process and remember you're not alone, this is a beautiful tribe and this is a great support platform ❤️ asking questions is a way to progress.
@Cyrus Irani So happy you are here !
This is your entry point into a hyper-learning environment primed for maximum growth and transformation. You’ll find the tools, the techniques, and more than enough motivation to use breathwork to heal every part of your body and your life. The only thing I can’t do for you is breathe. What I can do is tell you to do this: - Do the 5 Day Breathwork Challenge - Sign up for a minimum of 1 deep dive Transformational Breathwork Journey/month - Do the Morning Breath Activation practice EVERY DAY - Hold each other accountable to show up as your best selves - Support, motivate and inspire each other If we do the practices, if we commit to the shifts, if we build a strong community then we cannot fail to create a better world for ourselves and each other. Let’s get it! Brian
@Mel Craven expect nothing, gain everything. Welcome to this beautiful community ❤️
@Jesse Tordsen it's a different game altogether ❤️ welcome to the family
First contract!! I'm stoked to share that a counseling practice has signed up for 5 months ( one per month) of staff enrichment for their 12 therapists. There will be a group breath journey each month. Four of them have asked about 1:1 sessions and gift cards for a journey so they could gift them to relatives and friends. I had never thought of that!! I am just so grateful to Brian and the team, as well as to the who community. We are wind beneath each other's wings. It is so exciting seeing this take off. I am humbled and more excited than I have been in years!
This is beyond fantastic Joyce 😻 And it's only the beginning! What a win! Gift cards are a great idea.
@Joyce Harris That's awesome!
Breathwork Revolutionaries! ✊ Want to come train with me in Bali!? Just posted this on my socials last Friday. Sharing here as well for anyone who may have missed it 🔥 ----- Listen up, folks! Life’s too fu**ing short for settling, for playing it safe, for enduring some bullshit 9-5 you can’t stand. It’s time to break free! 🔥 We’re launching a giveaway that’s all about taking conscious, and inspired action in the direction of your dreams.We’re throwing out a full access VIP pass to our 7-day Breath Coach Certification retreat in Bali and a full scholarship to our signature 10-week online certification program.This isn’t just any program, it’s a $12K gateway drug (no substances needed) to your dream life. 🎁💸 Breathwork? It’s not just a practice, it’s a fu**ing revolution, and Breath Masters is leading the charge.We need the next generation of spiritual warriors, of dream-chasers, of FU** big pharma renegades, to help us take this medicine to the next level 🚀 If you’re looking for impact, for passion, for a life lived loud and free, then this is it. This is your shot. So, what the hell are you waiting for? The time to step up is now! Click the link in my bio to join the revolution.Let’s get it! It’s time to rise! 🚀 https://breathewithbrian.com/
This is so fanfriggintastic!!! 🤯🚀 If only I could enter Bali with an Israeli passport
We humans are fueled by incentive and reward. Do something good, feel good about it, rinse and repeat. This is how we’ll sculpt your nervous system so your thoughts and feelings become a source of strength and internal inspiration rather than a source of self-sabotage and suffering. Basically this: the more you put into this group the more you’ll get out. I’ve designed this ecosystem to reward you for doing the things you know you want to do. The more you do the practices, the more you engage in a positive manner, the more you show up, the more you will get rewarded. In this way we create a positive feedback loop which spirals you upwards to the place you want to be. The other awesome thing? If you’re short of cash but you’re playing full out, you’ll be able to earn the points to access the full 9D Breathwork Community. If that’s not your jam and you just want access to my Premium stuff right away (cos there’s no time to waste and you’re on a fu**in' mission) - then go right ahead, click this link and follow the steps. Either way, we’re going to get you where you want to go. Enjoy the journey my friend. My team and I plus this community of game changers will be right there with you every step of the way. Brian
@Christopher Georgoulis please be mindful and give yourself enough integration time to work through the stuff that comes up. It's important to remember breathwork journeys can potentially move a lot of energy, and from my personal experience, when I didn't truly work with what came up, I tended to fall back into the programs I wanted to work through and out of.
@Antonina Arguello perhaps the most important thing to remember that creating the version of life we want to live is an ongoing process. I study Buddhism and follow the Tao which support me in my integration and when bronchial stuff started appearing in my lungs, I realized it might be my childhood stuff coming up to be released, as a child I suffered from many bronchitis infections. My first method for dealing is learning self love and developing endless compassion inward and outward. Life is a work in progress - pun intended 😉
I have noticed a lot of discussion about diabetes including some contributions I have made. I have decided to take the online course diabetes and the breath and report back what I am learning so that we will all have tools to help our clients. Since 11.3% of the US population has diabetes and it is the 7th leading cause of death, it is likely we will all have diabetics as part of our service demographic. Since there are a half a million+ emergency room visits for either low or high blood sugar ( evenly split), it behoves us to have the best information on how the breath can help and some cautions to be aware of for longer journeys. I will keep our community posted.
Brilliant Joyce, what a wonderful initiative. Can't wait to learn what you discover ♥
I wanted to share what I will be doing with my pricing once I return from vacation. As many have said, you don't really get the power of this until you experience it. For that reason I think I would like to do two events a month to give a free introductory session. The first fifteen is an intro to me, to breathwork, it's history, evolution, and Breath Masters. Then there will be a 30 minute short-form hybrid journey with a seven minute lead in that will build to a eight minute segment of superventilation followed by a fifteen minute integration/down regulation. The goal will be giving people a taste but not the whole cake! The last 15 minutes will be unpacking their experience and what to expect in a longer journey. I will also use that time to outline pricing. This first experience is free, the next three are at a 25% discount in exchange for leaving a review. The next journeys will be at pricing that will be static for a year as I get established. So I think I want to make my first year pricing to be like this: ( I am in a small town) 1:1 $95 Couples $140 small groups $45 Large groups $35 Corporate small groups with introduction to breathwork teaching $ 250 Corporate large groups " " " $ 300-$500 Truthfully, I have been wavering about this pricing so I would really like input. I am not near a major market, so I think I need to keep in mind what other modalities charge. After the first year that will pop up at least 15%. Can we have a discussion about this? I am interested in input.
It may be harder to raise prices when you start low. I would add $20 to each offer you proposed, and the corporate price you can definitely charge what @Dani Trewhela wrote.
@Brian Kelly On Wednesday, May 10th at 9:00 Amsterdam time or 3 pm Bali time, I will be presenting the self-love and forgiveness journey, but in Dutch. For those of you who speak Dutch, it will an interesting experience, and for those of you that don't speak Dutch, it might be a good time to see if your subconscious understands a language you're not familiar with. Emile Verkerk is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Emile's zelfliefde en vergeving Time: May 10, 2023 15:00 Bali also 9:00 Amsterdam Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/93410132055?pwd=aERQZnd2a28wajIrQjZLL2NtbkRydz09 It's part of my Breath Master training, so all are invited to join. (actually the first 100 can join) much love ❤ Emile
@Emile Verkerk I skip-listened. You seem to be doing a great job. At one point my eye caught the transcription on the right. It was in English and it was just priceless and funny (AI translation from voice) - have a look at it and maybe you want to think about sharing a link without the transcript, if it's possible.
@Daniel Felipe Moncaleano how are you doing?
What's up Breathwork Fam! It's been a minute since we've had a LIVE Breathwork Journey guided by one of our senior breathwork coaches. SO; MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR A LIVE TBW JOURNEY! Our Senior Breath Masters coach @Joyce Harris will be taking you on a deep dive on Sunday May 21st @ 9am CST Time. This will be a hybrid journey entitled "Permission to be Human" Join Joyce Harris as she demonstrates a hybrid journey entitled Permission to Be Human. Within the intro, there will be bonus information about creating hybrid journeys. Enjoy this gently transformative experience, and that encourages us to be perfectly imperfect. Drop some love in the comment below if you will be participating in this journey! @Brian Kelly @Hanna Alcantara Big Love, Mona B
This is sooooo awesome! Way to go Joyce ♥ I'm lucky to have taken your journey, so I'm bummed to miss it for a prior engagement :( Will catch the recording! It's definitely a journey I want to take again.
@Marina Savic same here, had Joyce's beautiful journey and recommend it to anyone who can join ❣️
Last Sunday I hosted a 1 on 1 breathwork journey (self-love and forgiveness) for a friend in Canada. (I live in Bali). He is 75 years old and within the last five years he has morphed into the bionic man. (pacemaker, both knees, right hip). His surgeries and recuperation have been very difficult for him, on all levels, and I have seen him slip from the happy go lucky guy to a somewhat depressed person as his whole life seemed to stop when he no longer could do the things he used to do after his bout with the medical establishment. I modified the journey to exclude the breath holds and just instructed him to breath slowly and deeply through his mouth for the entire 45 minutes, while I spoke a modified version of the journey script. At the end of the journey he questioned the validity of the process. He said he still felt the same, no breakthroughs, etc. In his words it was the same old shit. I called him two days later and couldn't believe that I talking to the same person. A good nights sleep helped with his integration, and the person I talked to could only tell me of his release of so much anger towards the universe for his present condition. He let me know that he was now looking forward to his rehab as he now felt that he was in control of his own life again. He also asked me if we could arrange for more sessions in the future. I said yes. 45 minutes of breathing had such a profound effect, both on him and on me. Let's spread the medicine.
So I’ve been pretty silent for the last few weeks as I’ve just found just the process of defining what it is I’m doing and putting it out to friends, booking the slots, sending the forms etc, has been so time consuming. But happy to say, I’ve now coached four journeys ( 3 Zoom, 1 live) and have the required full lineup booked for the next month … so we’ll see how it all unfolds! I am finding it an intense process while running 3 other businesses - singer, coach, jeweler- and taking another deep complementary course on Attachment Injury. But it’s happening! So far all the feedback has been super positive with 2 people booking a paid session, so that's encouraging. :) One thing that rattled me though ...was 2 of my clients after 5-7 min. in on the activation journey, I believe "gassed out"... as they seemed to go into a trance. I was live for 1 and on zoom for the other. The live, I kept holding her forehead and chest and softly talking to her that she was safe and I was with her. She was out for about 5 min. then jolted back to breathing, lightly. ( I was relieved when she came back!) But overall she never really got a deep belly or chest breath so I was surprised she responded that way. Very curious. The other zoom breather was an experienced WimH deep breather. She also went out for about 7 min. then bolted and went back to deep breathing as if nothing had happened. Both did not recall anything. And were a bit disconcerted. I assured them as best I could. I'm a professional singer for 45 years -so have a close relationship to my breath and have been consciously breathing deeply ( Wim, Holotrophic etc) daily (average 30 min) for many years. But I've never responded like that. Many other ways though. But this is new to me. How many of you have had this happen? What are your thoughts? Could it also be astral travel as opposed to fainting? As the live client said she was with a shaman when this happened the first time she breathed and he said she went to another plane or was voiding the truth. She has a small t- traumatic history though so perhaps it's the body's way of pulling away or processing it unconsciously gently? @Brian Kelly thoughts please?
@Christie Grace Callister you may also want to repeat in the introduction that breathing fast can gas them out, and that it's a good idea to pace their breath and maybe offer to increase the speed towards the scream
It really works. I purchased some medical tape on the advice of @Brian Kelly and attached it to my face as in the attached photo. Woke up after 7 hours sleep feeling really refreshed. I guess I was a closet sleep mouth breather. (I breathe through my nose during the day). I will continue to do this faithfully for the coming month to train myself that it is nose only while sleeping.👃
@Derek Udy I'm curious as to what you experienced. I keep pulling my tape off in my sleep, very counterproductive 😁
@Emile Verkerk yes, you're right.
It's been a minute since I've been active in here and just wanted to peak my head through the door and give every single EPIC human being in here some MASSIVE LOVE from Jordan and throw a shoutout to ALL the people that have joined this INCREDIBLE platform over the past few weeks! I am curious to know - if you could have a very specifically Breathwork Journey Curated and Architected just for you... What would the theme be? Share your love and responses in the comments below! I am looking for some INCREDIBLE suggestions to create Journey's for YOU! Big Love, Mona B
@Margarita Florodimitri have you taken Mona's inner child journey or the journey of Impermanence? The first is pure love, the second is very insightful
@Margarita Florodimitri please be mindful about integrating what come up.
We have (according to the stats on the right-hand side of the page - web version) 1.5k members on this forum. Yet at any one time, there are ever only 6 or 7 people on-line at the same time. Where are the other 1,494 or so people?
Most of all I miss the weekly "gathering" 😺.
@Emile Verkerk sure, already am working. It's different from being in learning mode and part of a group/community, but that's life 🧬 and it's okay ☺️
I was doing the 9D session last night and I was interrupted and it was at a moment when I was super vulnerable. I didn't have the come down. I normally like having the come down to go back to normal breathing and slowly get up and have some water, etc. I have a process for myself because I go so deep. It gave me a bad headache. It was right before the "scream" so needless to say, I was not happy for my headphones being taken off because I was about to release MEGA emotions and honestly I'm shocked I didn't scream when my partner took my headphones off. My Scottish blood runs deep haha. I was speechless and frozen and then my head started to hurt. I know I can do the session again and I will but I was wondering if anyone ever got interrupted during a session and if they got a splitting headache or any physical side effects. I am not sure if it was because the emotions got held in, if I was super annoyed, or if it was because I didn't get to bring myself back down to earth in a nice, relaxing manner. It went from like 120 to 0. Lights out to lights on, listening on headphones to having my headphones taken off. I feel like it was the spiritual form of blue balls. Have you been interrupted? If so, did you get physical or emotional side effects?
WOW and OMG. Well done for not jumping out of your skin from the surprise. Make sure this doesn't happen again. I always tell my fam not to interrupt, l lock the door and have a sign on the door - to the effect of "think twice before you knock or wiggle the handle..." 🤣 A headache can happen after a journey, so being interrupted when you were sounds logical. My guess is that it's already gone but generally, you may want to hydrate more and rest quietly for a while to allow the energy to subside - not too deep, only until you go back to do the journey and get to release it (the built up energy). You may want to have a gentle and loving discussion about boundaries with your mate. It seems that the only reason to act like he did is if your life was in immediate danger.
What platform did you see the advertisement for Breath Masters on or if not a platform, how did you hear about them? I found them on Instagram along with another one and tried journeys with both before deciding on Breath Masters.
First on FB so I searched online to see who this "guy" Brian is and stumbled upon an interview someone did with him, at the end of which was a transformational journey. Boom! I knew then and there he will be my teacher. I'm already certified and getting the business in motion.
I've gone and listened to "The Body Keeps the Score" again now as I am doing the coaching training I have read this book years ago, but have not been able to afford EMDR or any of the other modalities referenced in this work. After doing a few TBJ's, I am ever more convinced that the multiple sclerosis I have been battling for the past 12 years is tied to unresolved childhood trauma. I've worked with a fellow hypnotherapist, self-hypnosis, talked with counsellors and psychologists...but the cognitive element leads my conscious mind to throw up all manner of defense, lying to myself, saying that I have "dealt with it"🙄. This leads me to seek solutions for all the accessory "causes" (parasite infestation/Lyme/etc) and I tell myself stories to assuage my monkey mind (I think I'm a fairly intelligent person, and I tell exceedingly persuasive/compelling stories). After a TBJ, my ability to walk smoothly without a cane is improved greatly and persists for a longer time than my previous TBJ. #PeelThatOnion
@Kevin Smith this is amazing. Please keep us updated with your progress. I have a friend with MS who I want to offer TBJs to, and your testimonial might help her decide to give it a go. I'm personally inspired because if mobility can improve with MS, then it's quite possible that the persistent debilitating pain in my leg will lessen and subside. Breathe on brother!
I'm listening in to the 9D Journey for Healing Ancestral Trauma (https://breathewithbrian.wistia.com/medias/tnytq5z5kz) but not partaking this time. It was insanely powerful when I did it the first time, but the eargasm is just as delicious and sublime even without the transient hypofrontality due to having low levels of CO2 in the blood, and the occasional deep bass note send the hairs on my body to stand up EACH and EVERY TIME. . . . . Or... I found that I have started breathing in time with the audio and my fingers/toes are getting that characteristic tingle.... Somatic magic FOR THE WIN!!!
I think the hypofrontality happens due to low oxygen levels not low co2 The bass moved me through my womb 😊
Sometimes I feel the urge to swallow during a breath hold, and afterwards feel more relaxed. Is this a sneaky way of breathing? It usually happens during longer holds, but occasionally right at the beginning of a hold, when I’m still settling into it.
@Amber Fleming-Shon these are 2 different aspects of our breath. Brian is teaching methods that help us move and shift pain / trauma energy so we can live more joyous, healthy and happy lives; Patrick M. teaches how to exercise the breath to improve functionality and health issues so we can breathe better and enjoy happier healthier lives. So no worms in the can 😉 just different perspectives and advantages ❤️
@Courtney Miller 😍
I sent a WhatsApp message in my breath dedicated (silent) WA group that I'm holding a PS journey, a follow up of last Sunday's TBJ. I offered it for a very low price (with some free access to those who came from my other study group). I got zero responses, and I'm wondering what am I doing wrong?
Five joined. Got some really lovely feedback. Thank you all for your amazing support and for showing up for me.
Hello my breathwork family, I am hoping to connect with those of you who also integrate meditation into your routines. I am inspired to create this post for a few reasons. I'd like to acknowledge how breathwork itself is meditative, and pay homage to the fact that this practice facilitates an inspiration to meditate and during such times those meditations go deeper. (I cannot help but meditate afterwards). I also want to use this to open the dialog and connect with others here. How has this medicine improved your meditation? What deeper insights have you gleaned? How has this medicine transformed your practice? What was it like before, and what is it like now? I am eager to share my experience, but I already know my answers. What are yours? I look forward to hearing from you. With gratitude.
@Nikki Clifton the calming effect is also probably the reason we're taught to deliver parasympathetic journeys when people are sitting because when they're lying down chances are they will fall asleep. I actually love giving PS journeys for people who are lying down, to give them an opportunity to completely let go and just have a really nice relaxed meditative sleep
@Nikki Clifton wow, how awesome!
While making good strides with the journeys towards my certification, and while practicing different breathing methods to improve my CO2 tolerance, I've been struggling with my breath over the past 2 weeks. My airways get constricted during my sleep and I wake up with a dry cough in the middle of the night. At first I tried different breathing methods to help me but after 15 minutes I get fed up (I also want to go back to sleep) and use a ventolin inhaler. I saw my doctor who listened to my lungs and said they sound great. So I'm wondering what this might be. As a child I used to get bronchitis and at some point in life a doctor said I have shortness of breath (or mild asthma) and since then I've been carrying an inhaler with me which I usually hardly use, but have used it way too much in the the past 2 weeks, and nothing seems to improve. My next stop will be a lung x-ray. But before I go all medicinal, I thought I'd ask here if anyone has experienced anything like this or if you want to suggest what you think it might be. I initially thought it's old childhood stuff surfacing to be released, but now I'm not so sure. @Brian Kelly - any ideas?
@Jenni Davies That's beautiful that you notice your body. More and more I'm realising it's all about paying attention and connecting to our body and breath.
@Kai Sutton thank you ❤️ my tongue is at it the roof of my mouth when I nasal breathe normally or in down regulation journeys. It seems impossible to do in transformational journeys with mouth breathing. The coughing is temporary, and I do my best to listen to my body now, so I do less journeys and focus on breathing exercises. I feel pushing breathwork isn't right. There's good time for every different breathing exercise.
Hey guys… it’s been a while since I was active here. I’m not sure exactly how this piece is gonna turn out, and it’s liable to be somewhat atypical to my previous posts. One of the generational traumas that I contend with is poverty, and it’s probably the only one that ever made me consider self-deletion. That isn’t the case now, but over the past 2 months, my finances and situations/decisions based on my finances have sparked an increasing degree of rage and self-loathing. I’ve spoken about my relocation from Chicago to Georgia and how it has been less than favorable. It was not only inspired by fear, but it led to a profuse downgrade in almost every aspect of my quality of life. If I was someone who could find a way to blame outside circumstances for the situation, I might be less enraged. But I know that this course of events was self-engineered, and dammit… it was well-crafted. Being able to see the ways I craft these problems is a gift, but it always is after the fact. And I try to be kind to myself, but in doing so, I feel like I pay for it with more conundrums. I feel like I should be happy with things on the horizon. I got accepted into the scholarship program for Breath Masters Certification. I’m supposed to be receiving a $30K CoVID tax credit. But in the same vein, I can’t pay my damn deposit for the Breath Masters Certification, and I’m constantly borrowing money just to obtain diabetes supplies. The IRS somehow fumbled my tax return processing, and all I can think is, “Bro, how in the hell did you gum it up this BAD?!” I gotta find a different way to do things. Maybe a completely fast from not only food, but social media and the normative world as a whole. Honestly I don’t know what to do but this… this ain’t it 🤷🏿♂️🤷🏿♂️🤷🏿♂️🤦🏿♂️🤦🏿♂️🤦🏿♂️🤦🏿♂️
@Enoch Abraham Thank you for taking the time to explain your path. It's fascinating and I'm sorry you're experiencing all of the hardship and I apologize for my ignorance. My comment is deletable ☺️ Please know there is no judgement here about your fasting or any of your life choices! I wish you well and health, and I believe you can heal from diabetes ❤️💪🙏
@Brian Kelly yet another opportunity for me to witness additional ways of handling things. Thank you ❤️
"They" say we are what we eat, but wouldn't it also make sense that we are what we breathe. I'm sure that a breathwork journey out in nature would have a different effect than that same journey taken at a busy intersection. Studies have shown that our indoor air quality is sometimes worse than what we experience outside, yet most people do their breathwork inside. I'm awaiting the arrival of a negative ion generator, which should give me nature quality, mountain top air in the space where I do most of my breathwork and journeys. I'll keep you posted.
I was thinking last night how wonderful it could be to guide journeys in Sinai by the red sea or in the mountains
@Joyce Harris let's begin with creative visualization of it... I notice it's a powerful realization practice ❤️
I had the first 90 minute breath awareness coaching session with a 20 year young man with asthma who's breathing system is quite clogged. After we cleared his airways with the nose clearing exercise, we checked his CO2 tolerance and practiced several breathing techniques. I had my unorganized PS pool of songs running in the background which he loved. I stressed that the only way to get better with our breath is to practice daily. We agreed to continue meeting weekly and I gave him homework - to practice a couple of method twice daily (wake up+bed time)/thrice (midday) if he can. I shared some life wisdom and let him pick a card which he felt chimed with his current disposition in life. At the end of the session I asked him to lie down and played Brian's brilliant 5 minute BW break - and it blew his mind that he held his breath for a whole minute. And of course he loved the sound Brian created which is absolutely awesome (it's my personal favourite quick fix practice). For me the experience was beautiful and I'm happy to be of service and help. Since I too have been struggling with my breath (since childhood), I aim to help others improve their breathability. Seeing his breath improve overtime will help boost my confidence in teaching breath awareness for improved health along with the journeys. I feel I'm building my practice exactly for my size and I love it!!! Next this week (Thursday) I'm guiding my first TBJ in Hebrew on zoom for a couple of ladies. I'm excited to prepare the journey and playlist for them. Will post how it went ❤️
@Brian Kelly thank you for being a fantastic inspiration ❤️ up to the ice 🤣 there I sit it out... for now 💪
#Dec 5, 2022 Kundalini Awakening Journey with Reece At last I've done the journey this morning. Although I finished it three hours ago I still feel hypnotized:0 I'm trying to get myself together. My body is still shaking, my movement it weird and I'm making an effort to catch a thought. I feel my head is totally empty. During the journey I felt many weird sensations. I had tetany in my mouth, hands and feet. I also felt my butt glued to the bed. My whole body was numbed. On the second round I was able to breath in my chest easier and deeper. Did the 2 screams and no one freaked out:)) I was worried that my dog would get scared about me. But it went peacefully:) Can't thank you enough Reece. This journey is so powerful. I'm sure its effect will continue with me for a while. Looking forward to doing your latest journey soon. And definitely will feed you back. Thank you<3
Love it! Very powerful and energetic - I could feel the energy soring through my body. I "saw" geometric shapes and the image of a great teacher. I will do it again, to clean the Kundalini spiral. I really wanted to dance to one of the songs.
Before I get into the topic of my video, I want to shout out @Yara Randa for inspiring me to talk about this topic. This video will cover self-resistance isometrics and how it can help readjust and invigorate the nervous system so that you can dissipate stress, anxiety, lethargy, and any other non-beneficial state you might be experiencing. While the basis of the technique places emphasis on muscle contraction, this particular approach places heavy emphasis careful implementation of conscious breathwork. Self-resistance isometrics involve using one's own body to generate maximum muscle tension over 1 or several different muscle groups. The most sought after result is massive improvement to one's physical strength. However, the process allows for a number of supplemental benefits to arise. First, to perform this type of technique you have to concentrate intensely on the activity you perform. In addition, these type of contractions generate and facilitate massive amounts of nervous system energy during to exercise. As a result, this technique creates a number of changes in the practitioner. First, it strengths the mind-body connection and helps enhance concentration, focus, and control over normatively autonomic bodily systems. Second, it strengthens, activates, and energizes the nervous system. Because of the effect on nervous system energy, self-resistance isometrics can redirect energy away from physiological processes that foster non-beneficial states of being. In addition, this energy transmutes the nervous energy from fostering undesirable or detrimental emotional and mental states into power to enhance your well-being. In the video below, I'm going to outline the exact method for implementing this technique and how the breath plays a role in the effectiveness of the technique. This video was uploaded to YouTube instead of directly to this platform because the video size was above the the 100 MB limit 😆😆😆
@Enoch Abraham good luck with removing tobacco from your life. I did many years ago so I know it's doable. I invite you to get support from me if you feel the going gets tough or if you need tips. The main thing is not to give in to the two "monsters" that guard the habit (one is the belly the other is the brain). Did you know the new approach to weight loss in women is no cardio, more isometric exercises and HIIT and hormone manipulation? I did the examples with you and felt the potential and the breakout of some sweat :) Thanks for the video ❤️
Thank you! As for the smoking, it might help for you to decide that smoking is no longer a viable option for you
Hello everyone. I’m so excited and would love to share those moments with you. I just finished guiding my first parasympathetic zoom journey. I had 11 students. I Had @Mohamed El Dakkak and @Anati Bloch from my pod. I’d love to thank them for their usual support. I appreciate that🙏🏻. I also had two family members and 7 friends. Actually, I didn’t get the chance to listen to their sharings. I guess all fell asleep except for two or three who wrote in the chat that they will share later😂. Let’s hope everyone is safe and sound😀.
Let me share here @Hala Galal that it was beautiful and relaxing. I fell asleep and woke up during the journey and felt so soft afterwards. Thank you for this and congratulations on a job very well done!
Week 9 quiz. Seems impassible - has anyone from the January cohort passed it? I can't believe we're almost done learning - I'm going to miss this.
@Brian Kelly I have patience ♥ you guys are doing very hard work to make this course the best place to learn. It's likely mistakes happen. All is good, I have no doubt we'll get all the content.
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I follow my breath, the Tao and Buddhist teachings. I do my best to stay in the present moment, it's where life happens.