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.
@Paul Kaman Welcome :)
Welcome to the learning :)
Ok so last night I decided to explore the 5-15 hum technique in thee 5-Day Challenge and its my FAVORITE technique of any breathing style I have ever used so far. I noticed that after several cycles, I could let the humming exhale go slower and slower, until it was about to 35 seconds or so. It felt euphoric and tingly and felt as if I I was vibrating. It was strange, because the sound of the felt like it was coming from somewhere else outside of my body. I found it super entertaining and fascinating, and I wanted to laugh while feeling relaxed. For the second half the experience, it was so strange and didn't even feel real. I don't really know how to explain it. My body sensations and the audio felt so far from reality and it was so incredibly fascinating. I feel like the 5-15 Hum is my "gateway drug" to go deep with all that breath has to offer. I perhaps did this for 3 minutes and I swear, I've never fallen asleep so fast in my life. I'm going to use this every night! (I even had a visual of one day being a super old lady and still using this method). If you have not used this one yet, I highly recommend it!
A red letter day! Thank you all for providing such a fascinating, stimulating, supportive environment. I never expected to find such a world and now I can’t imagine life without it. Gratitude, friends!
Hi there all. Brian and I are soon to be hosting the Bali Breath Masters In-person 7-day all inclusive training. I am sure some of you have seen the offer available here. If not, check out Brian's post about it https://www.skool.com/breathworkrevolution/breath-coach-certification-giveaway?p=5c6d192e&cs=old But, further to that, once we are finished with the training in mid-July, we will embark on a full library creation of 9D Breathwork journeys, and would love to engage you all in that process. So I have a question for each of you, and would love your valuable input on this If you could choose 3 issues in your life that you could resolve with a Breathwork Journey, what would those be? Please either post here (as that would likely help others answer that question), or if you prefer, DM me personally with the answers, and I will commit to full confidentiality and not divulge your responses I thank you all in advance, and will let you all know the top 3 most common responses to this question Have a great day everyone xx
Having faith/ trust in myself (getting rid of imposter syndrome), letting go, being free (from any external factors like expectations, society, way we are supposed to be etc).
So my health insurance lapsed today with no warning. I went to order myprescription and when it rung up as $400, I nearly (almost but not quite) lost my mind. My ears started to ring loudly and I took a moment to breathe and collect myself. I remained totally calm which was definitely new. It was just anxiety trying to take over and put me into fight or flight mode. I'm sure I will get the problem fixed but in the meantime I just said to myself that this is why we have credit cards.... emergencies! I can pay it off or leave even submit the claim after I'm reinstated. I am so happy to take the anxiety attack out of the equation just by simply, breathing.
Finished with 5 day breathwork challenge but its not really finished. Will be repeating multiple times trying to incorporate a consistent morning routine and so many other things for a shift in mindset. Many things to work on, journey has begun :)
Hello All, Guiding my last journey for my certification process (yay!!) today. I thought I'd share it here too in case anyone would like to join & breathe. It is today (Wednesday 31st May) at 12pm MST / 7pm IRE/UK. Here is the link to register. https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYlcumurDouGdx8nMTGMIQozdMGF5XG4Mdf Karen x
So I dropped this post into the Breath Masters FB group the other day and hesitated to share it in here since, not 100% of the group are in my certification program... But then I thought ah Fu** it y'all here are my family too and collectively we're ALL part of The Breathwork Revolution, so why not spread the love!? If you've gotten any value from my breathwork experiences please consider jumping in on this contest/campaign. Your genuine feedback lights me up and gives me the juice to keep creating these experiences for you guys, so take a minute and hook us up! 🙏❤️ P.S. Contest closes in 2 days! Details below 👇 UPDATE: 1st Prize: Breathe Art + Shoutout on Social + 30 Minute Private Call/Strategy Sesh with Brian 2nd & 3rd Prize: Breathe Art + Shoutout on Social Step 1: Click the trustpilot link (bottom of post) Step 2: Share your review Step 3: Drop three in the chat when you're done Hard cutoff Date: Thursday, June 1st at 11:59pm ------------- Breath Masters family! You all mean the world to us, seriously. Your presence here, your dedication to personal growth, and your unwavering commitment to breathwork... it's fu*king inspiring! Now, I've got a favor to ask, and it's a big one. We need your raw, unfiltered stories about your experience with our community and the life-changing power of breathwork. Seriously, don't hold back. We want the juicy details, the breakthroughs, the tears, the "holy shit, this changed my life" moments. Your stories are like beacons of light for others who are searching for something more. They need to hear your real-life experiences, your triumphs, and even the challenges you've faced along the way. Your words have the power to inspire the hell out of them and bring them into this beautiful movement. We’re already making a massive impact but it’s time to take it to the next level. By sharing your honest reviews and testimonials, you become the reason someone else takes that first courageous step toward healing and self-discovery. Your stories can ignite hope, kick fear in the ass, and unleash the untamed power within others.
Here it goes.... I have never reacted well to fireworks. I was born deaf with a neurodivergent brain and as a toddler I had surgery to restore my hearing and loud noises became my worst enemy. With today being a holiday I can already hear fireworks starting and I'm trying to not put in earplugs or use noise canceling headphones. I did the 5 trauma imprints so I'm curious to see if I will avoid an absolute meltdown. Meltdowns from fireworks started at the Cotton Bowl (sporting event for those who are not familiar) when I was 3, after I was able to start hearing. Anxiety is already rising but I'm going to try to power through with some breathing and being present.
I have a confession to make! I started the 5 day challenge yesterday and I'm on day 4 already. I just got too excited lol. I know the idea is to create a routine, and not do it all at once. I just didn't want to wait lol. Guilty and proud of it!
😁 Thats so true, happens to most of us. The good thing is that access is available even beyond so keep repeating as you please.
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!
Right now I am in Italy. Mixing work and study with pleasure. I wouldn’t have done this 2 months ago, before I discovered breathwork and did some journeys. Thanks 🙏
@Jessica Jordan We look forward to our next life 😁
@Jessica Jordan This is absolutely WOW. Love it. Thanks for sharing the pictures. 💚
Per the commitment I made to AJ, Brian - I did my first post on FB & Instagram. My vulnerability was overcome by my belief in this amazing company, The Breathwork Revolution and helping people! My own experience with these journeys and daily breathwork helped me create an authentic video.
I'm definitely old school when it comes to a lot of interactions with other humans. I am new to using things like zoom (when I moved I did not want to lose some of my doctors, coaches, etc so I had to get with the times). I was always a face to face kind of person. Plus Covid made me have to learn to get on camera and get out of my comfort zone. Honestly, before covid, I did not even shop online. Haha. I had never used Amazon or things like DoorDash. I know human interaction is healthy, in person. I do worry that if I start getting remote clients that I will become more secluded because I'm already an introvert so staying home is comfy for me and it is a very easy routine for me to get into. I know a lot of coaches use remote options as part of their business and I want to have options for clients. How do we balance? What are the pros and cons? I would love to hear others thoughts to see if they are in line with mine or ones that will make me see new perspectives.
@Dani Trewhela You are right. I am sort of an introvert myself and its sooo easy to get comfortable in this online format to love being on our own even more. Perhaps easier :). I think a balance is definitely required. Since you are already aware that this may happen to you and you do love taking in person meetings you must but be open to an opportunity of online. After all, its really opened up the world for us. imagine all of us from different parts of the world share so many things here on this platform which we probably wouldn't have had the opportunity to in person. Like all things its a blessing & can be a curse if misused.
I just finished this journey this morning! Evolution, revelations, inspiration! All addictions, all distractions we create for ourselves, all negative emotions, thinking, talking down to ourselves, ways we don't show up for ourselves - it's all victimhood mentality. In my mind, it's now clear and simple! So how do I want to live - not that way any longer. The power of this program, this course, the breath has changed my subconscious thinking in ways I hadn't expected. Each journey I release something and then CREATIVITY, POSSIBILITIES, CLARITY emerge. So much gratitude and love for this community, our leaders who selflessly share and guide and assist us to become amazing coachers, teachers, balanced and high vibrational humans ourselves!
When my Macbook crashed earlier today when I was getting work done at the local coffee shop, I knew that I would only have access to my phone until I took my mac to the repair store. I'll take it as a good sign that my first thought was "at least I can still still do Brian's breathwork from my phone in the meantime!" This was my first, subconscious reaction, so something must be going the right way! @Brian Kelly Thank you.
Reading about the choices this community makes for their morning is very interesting and inspiring - it makes me wonder whether you also have specific rituals/routines in the evening. I usually do my breath practice in the morning, and only if needed later in the day but I find myself in a stressful transition (moving) and I think some pre sleep work could be very helpful. What do you do?
Morning routine: I just did day 3 of 5 day breathwork journey so today woke up at 4 am as thats the time i would like to be able to wake up every day. Wrote morning journal and did breathwork. Post that went for a short 30 minute walk followed by yoga. No morning caffeine taken until 9:30 am. Hope this continues. Evening: still trying to establish a suitable routine. So far its watching something until i feel sleepy 🤭
I have been living in the Great Lakes region for the last year and today I went for a plunge. It was a little warmer than what I normally do (it was 50 degrees Faraheit today) but it was still really nice. I imagine I'll move to cold creeks as the temp rises. Next Saturday morning, I'm guiding a meditation, and a cold plunge. They are all first timers, so I'm stoked.
I have done these a few times now and while the first time, it felt exhausting, very intense and emotional, when i did it yesterday (4th time) i did not cry and it actually felt like a smooth ride :) Anyone else having the same experience. Is it that the healing has begun and hence it doesn't feel so intense.
@Amber Fleming-Shon Thats happened to me too :)
@Yvonne Wierenga Yeah thats right. Thanks
Just did this journey and looks like I am beyond tears now :) . But went ahead with the deep mouth breath throughout and just after the hold was released it was a nice sky blue image in my mind which kept getting lighter and lighter like a bright sunny day :). Very relaxed as well post it. Did go in and out in the last few songs i think coz i was so relaxed.
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