Hey guys! This is more of a post for you functioning coaches. I have some concerns. 1. How do you deliver the message in a room with music (speaker and mic)? 2. What tools do you use to do that online that allow you to consistently share the music (Teams, Zoom, Google Meet, etc)? Loving this!
Firstly, thanks to @Erin Forbes for sharing her use of snowball mic and Aura Studio speakers (on my wish list) in what tools our revolutionists are using. Also, huge score with @Dani Trewhela sharing her Spotify list of 9D playlist, this got me thinking, what else is our collective using in the way of tech, apps, programs and gadgetry to aid, support or enhance both their own personal use and or in their client-based practise. This can be primarily for breathwork or anything that can be used as an adjunct to enhance the experience pre/post session. Personally, I make use of certain apps for aiding the mediative experience post breathwork (I find this the most powerful time to program and affirm my day), binaural beats and a frequency generator. Also, I have formulated, copied and saved a list of positive affirmations and empowering questions (happy to share) to weave into upcoming journey scripts. I am curious as to how one goes about mixing and overlaying when it comes to the production of the "Journey". Also are there apps to aid in breath timing? This platform is amazing in the way the support, information and love is shared without hesitation or expectation. Blessed to have found this space I find myself in now ........ a massive thanks to all that has supported and helped thus far and moving forward.
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
Preach! Yes peel of that onion! as hypnotherapist my self i thought ive dealt with all my trauma. little that i know that after doing a couple of TBWJ, it is start to peel another layer that was stuck in my body that i didnt knew it was existed. 😅