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What’s up savage saints & spiritual hustlers! Since we are all connected in here and either practicing breathwork and or guiding journeys let’s do this thing together… Let’s build the worlds most EPIC PLAYLIST Drop in the comments below a Spotify link to YOUR BEST SONG the one that gets you and moves you every time or something you have heard in the last few weeks or months? 3,2,1….Go 🚀🚀🚀 I can’t wait to hear all your songs 🤍💫 I’ve started putting songs in to a Breathwork Revolution Collection https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3ttueT9YHRbeRqqqSj1nLa?si=ZOxtIM_uShKP45WvG1R9nA



Julien Fatisson
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Kevin Smith
Chris Hardisty
Jessica Brace
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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.



Noah Long
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Marina Savic
Alina Stoicescu
Antonina Arguello
New comment 22h ago
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    Hi all. I'm excited to continue my journey of healing and also grow as a healer. I recently started my first job as an LPCC here in Denver, CO, and I still barber a bit as well. I love breath and body work such as Qi Gong. I enjoy kung fu, bicycling, yoga, hiking, and reading and writing.

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    @Hilmir Petersen Hjálmarsson Hi Hilmir. Thanks for saying hi. I actually stumbled across Qi Gong by accident. Long story short, I was looking to do Tai Chi and found a kung du place that offered all three. Look into the martial arts world if you have something like that available where you live? Youtube, of course, has some stuff, but they neglect the importance of how to breath sometimes.

Hi, some time ago I made myself familiar with lucid dreaming which is a hell of experience 🤩 Though l‘m able to get into this state frequently, I have longer phases in which I does not work out at all. Now that I have introduced Breathwork into my life realizing that it gets you in a meditative state quite easily, I ask myself whether someone can recommend a special Breathwork technique for easy entry into lucid state? Thank you!



Anders Peterson
Yara Randa
Paulo Silva
Enoch Abraham
Isaac Coleman
New comment 2d ago
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    This doesn't speak to breath work, but have you ever drank synaptolepis kirkii? I used to be a big lucid dreamer but abandoned. I'm curious what your goals and intentions are with it?

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    @Anders Peterson Anders, the main reason o abandoned it is because it is not a restful sleep state and would rather have my energy for this lucid experience. The other reason is because I became disappointed in my interactions with other beings. They were either incapable of "waking up" when I talked to them or appeared to be constructs of my own mind. I was hoping to find a new plane, not just be awake in my own solipstistic world. I know many people can have o.b.e.s while meditating. Trying to get into a lucid dream just to meditate feels suspect to me but I'd be interested in hearing others' reports who have done so. Thanks for the quality chat.

"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.



Anati Bloch
Nikki Clifton
Emile Verkerk
Alina Stoicescu
Marion Dekindt
New comment 4d ago
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    I think you bring up an important and often overlooked fact about air quaility in our homes. Two additional things come to my mind about maintaining good inoor air quality: 1, most places really aren't vented well to remove cooking odors and residues that remain; 2, I'm not sure where you live, but here in Colorado it is so dry while doing my breathwork, I was really contemplating adding misters, never mind a humidifier.

Hi everyone. It's taken me some time to get an introduction together. I am an LPCC for a nice company here in Denver. It's been quite the journey starting this new career at 43. I was previously a barber and am still seeing clients as I make this transition. I was also teaching a little kung fu but recently had to stop because of the time and stress of doing too much. I still train for myself. I focus on a lot of self care. Without that, nothing else good happens. Cheers all. P.s. Is there an app for this chat group?



Taz Street
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Isaac Coleman
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I work to share my joy. Sometimes I'm a barber, a cook, and a mechanic. Most days I am a therapist. I know Kung fu.

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