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Scammers?
Hey gang, are you getting PM by web designers and such? I could use an update on my site but I find this very weird energy. Thoughts? "I'm a professional website designer and a funnel builder also redesigner, and I'm currently offering my services for limited time! I'm looking to build my portfolio, and I'll design a beautiful website for you at $100 and funnel at $200 for any niche. All you have to do is provide me with the requirements and content, and I'll do the rest. This is a limited-time offer, so act fast! To learn more, kindly send me a direct message". Thanks. John Steve 2:45am
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New comment 3d ago
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Yea I’ve received them. Like @Yvonne Bignall said, I wouldn’t consider it a scam more so than folks fishing for business
30 day course
I have gone through the 5 day challenge twice now and love it. Trying to get some more information on the 30 day breathwork course. Would this be the next step in my journey?
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New comment 8d ago
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Hey @Feliyah Reeves. When it comes to the 30-day course, you go through each of the breaths covered in the 5-day course. Each week is dedicated to one of the 4 breaths, starting with 5 minutes of practice at the beginning of the week and progressing to 20 minutes by the end of the week. It's very simple, but well-designed to set the foundation for consistent daily practice
Post 9D session
Hey team, I have delivered 7 9D sessions now and very confident in my approach to creating space at start of session, during and after. However, I feel like my time after with clients after a session could really be improved. I offer the opportunity to hang around as long as they each need for time to prep for life after a session, inform of what to do and be aware of over the coming days and open the group up to sharing if they would like to. I just feel like sometimes it is a bit challenging to get people to open up, and I won't push, so curious what others do post session.
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New comment 15d ago
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Do you allow folks to introduce themselves before? Familiarity with each other can contribute to interaction between students and lack thereof. A friend of mine used to host a free yoga class that would often change location. However, there usually was food, music and merrymaking afterward. Folks would open up about how their practice went, but it was a result of general camaraderie rather than it being a designated sharing time, you know?
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@Jamie Crump yeah because even with extroverts, a lot of people don’t want to be the ice breaker. Do you ever start by opening up about you? If you can share about yourself, including something that could be considered bizarre, then folks might not feel as hesitant to share. I find that one of the contributing factors towards people sharing about themselves is being in the company of other open people. If you can share imperfections, it can help them feel safe sharing personal aspects of themselves. Moreover, there’s gotta be a genuine desire to learn about people. If you got those two things going, it can be a tremendous help for facilitating communication.
GBSIT Supplemental Topics: The Complete Breath Series
Hey everyone! For those of you who follow my content, then you know that I have been MIA for a bit. I made some posts outlining what’s been happening during that time, and I’ll provide links for those posts in the first comment box in the comment section. With that said, I’m coming to a point in my journey where I have a lot of opportunity to flourish, and I figured it was time to re-focus on providing the content I’ve been wanting to share here. Again, I do this because this is a community that is honestly devoted to radical self-development, and that aligns with my values as well. Considering the circumstances, I’m developing a new series called GBSIT Supplementals. For those of you who don’t know what GBSIT is, it refers to a series I began entitled “Guerrilla Breathing & Self Improvement Tactics”, which focuses on implementing transformational breathwork in non-ideal conditions. If you’re new to the series, I’ll leave links to those posts in the comment section below. As one of the topics in that series, we spent multiple chapters covering the Complete-Lung Breath. As I began to add more chapters, I quickly realized that we could invest an entire series on the Complete Breath alone. Moreover, there are several future topics we will introduce in the GBSIT Series that can also generate an entire series. As such, these subjects will feature as a part of the GBSIT Supplemental Topics. Each of these topics will have a series dedicated to different facets of the practice and how you can apply it for various purposes. As you can guess by the title, the first Supplemental Topic will be a Complete Breath series, which will cover a wide breadth tips on how to optimize the breathing practice. Also, we will cover an extensive array of techniques that stem from the Complete Breath, including gross motor movements and meditations. I’m excited to get things rolling with this new series, and Part 1 should be available by the end of the day today or tomorrow afternoon (according to CST time zone). As always, if you would like to contribute to the content, I’ll leave my CashApp and PayPal names below. Thanks for tuning in, and I’ll see you guys in the next post. Happy breathing!
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New comment 16d ago
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Personal Updates: https://www.skool.com/breathworkrevolution/personal-updates-what-happened-to-the-gbsit-series?p=b7a652d8 Importance of Breathing Practices: https://www.skool.com/breathworkrevolution/why-breathing-practice-is-so-important-the-modern-american-mental-health-system?p=4193fe3d Introduction to GBSIT: https://www.skool.com/breathworkrevolution/introducing-the-guerrilla-breathing-manifestation-tactics-series?p=cc7282f4 Part 1: https://www.skool.com/breathworkrevolution/guerrilla-breathing-self-improvement-tactics-gbsit-part-1-shotgun-breathing?p=b029b2d1 Part 2: https://www.skool.com/breathworkrevolution/guerrilla-breathing-self-improvement-tactics-gbsit-part-2-7-7-7-breathing?p=4cecce58 Part 3: https://www.skool.com/breathworkrevolution/guerrilla-breathing-self-improvement-tactics-part-3-7-7-7-shotgun-breathing?p=c9e28560 Part 4: https://www.skool.com/breathworkrevolution/guerrilla-breathing-self-improvement-tactics-part-4-addressing-the-sacrilegious-aspects-of-shotgun-breathing-tactics?p=8f922c9f Part 5: https://www.skool.com/breathworkrevolution/guerrilla-breathing-self-improvement-tactics-part-5-the-benefits-behind-shotgun-breathing-tactics?p=b2f120b0
Personal Updates: What Happened to the GBSIT Series?
Hello everyone! I've been away from the forum for a while now, and I wanted to let you all know what's been happening. As many of you are aware of, I began a series entitled "Guerilla Breathing & Self Improvement Tactics" or GBSIT. Many of you have followed the series since I started it, and I'm extremely grateful for your feedback and interaction on the topics. With that said, tumultuous life circumstances led to me placing a temporary hiatus on the series, which was supposed to end last Monday. In that timeframe, I've had to contend with the obstacle of foreboding homelessness. The good news is that I am confident that this struggle will end by the beginning of next week. I am currently staying in a hostel hotel, which I reserved this past Saturday. During that time, I connected with a Chicago-based organization that helps men with troublesome life circumstances get on their feet. I'll have housing, access to food, career education, financial restoration services and a health clinic within walking distance. To get to this point, I had to weather some wild conditions. From Monday, February 5th - Saturday, February 10th, I was homeless. I did spend the first 4 days in a hospital psychiatric facility, but the last two days were on the street. I will create a post on my time in the psych ward because it highlights how important practices like breathwork can be. At least in urban environments, mental health patients are treated to modern healthcare standards that process them like subhuman products. After discharge, I spent two days using the CTA train system to sleep on. I gotta say, I don't know how I'm alive, because I walked about 25 miles during the "daytime" carrying 120+ lbs of belongings with me (it was 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 am). But I'm reaching the end of my battle with homelessness, and I'm entering an environment where an eventual certification in breathwork can be highly beneficial. Financially, things are still pretty unstable. Yesterday was my first day being able to write again, and I was supposed to be able to receive payment for that work today that I could cash out tomorrow. However, since this client chose not to accept my articles, I may receive no money for Thursday payday, delaying my payment until the next pay cycle on Monday. This is far from ideal, but I may have some avenues to employ that could help me out. I was going to give blood, but I need bus fare and money to replace my ID.
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New comment 16d ago
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@Jeremy Stockton thanks brother. So far I should have enough to secure lodging until Saturday morning. I gotta figure out how I’m gonna secure food for the next few days, but I got a roof over my head until Saturday
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Enoch Abraham
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I’m interested in learning and applying ways to live my life with independence and freedom!

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