What is this?


9D Free Community

Public • 3.1k members

7 contributions to 9D Free Community
Why do I constantly feel like yawning during breathwork?
New comment Jul '23
The 9D Breathwork Revolution Masterclass + NEW Journey Launch 🚀
Breathwork Revolution Family! ✊ The time has come! My team and I have been working effortlessly behind the scenes for the last two years to create the perfect delivery vehicle for bringing the power of not just breathwork, but 9D Breathwork to the world stage 🌎 Our goal is crystal clear: to touch the lives of 24 million individuals every week with this therapeutic wisdom by April 2024. This goal is not merely an ambition, it is an assurance from us to you. Yet, a mission of this caliber is going to require a communal effort. That's where our extraordinary community steps in, the community that I envisioned as a beacon of shared transformation. Look at what we've done here already 🔥 If you’re here to simply reap all the benefits that breathwork can offer alongside connecting to like minded/hearted souls also on the same mission, then you keep doing that either way. But for those of you who experienced, that “holy fu*” moment the second you came out of your first 9D session with a desire to scream it from the mountain tops how infinitely powerful this sh* is, then we’d like to invite you to a special 9D launch session this Friday… 🚀 I’m going to be guiding my latest 9D experience; a 75-minute abundance activation journey, freshly off the production shelf, to align you all to the frequency of abundance, which means shedding all those outdated subconscious money blocks, and limiting beliefs 💰 This journey is an absolute game changer. Don’t take my word for it, just check out some of the feedback we’ve already received inside the 9D community below. The shifts people experience in just one journey are truly jaw-dropping. If you feel called to awaken your highest potential and step into your destiny as a leader in the breathwork revolution, now is the time. Comment "9D" below and I’ll send you the zoom link for the live group zoom call this Friday ✊ We’re not calling it the 9D Breathwork Revolution for no reason. We’ve never been more lit up and inspired to get this work out to the world than we are now. And we’re gonna need a small army of revolutionaries who are as passionate about the potential impact of this work as we are.
New comment Sep '23
4 likes • Jun '23
Looking for tips
During longer breathwork journeys I always have to stop because my mouth/throat gets really dry. Does anyone have any tips for this?
New comment Apr '23
1 like • Apr '23
@Isaac Coleman I've found that breathing with my tongue on the roof of my mouth seems to really help. I don't have any issues with the shorter breathwork sessions, usually 30 min+ is where I have trouble
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.
New comment Apr '23
6 likes • Apr '23
I've never been able to quiet my mind down enough to meditate before. After breathwork I experience such a sense of calmness and clarity that meditation is actually possible.
A breathless master
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?
New comment Apr '23
4 likes • Apr '23
@Anati Bloch Someone gave me the advice to breath with my tongue on the roof of my mouth while doing breathwork journeys and it really seemed to help. Before that I always had to stop because I would start coughing
2 likes • Apr '23
@Anati Bloch Absolutely, but give it a try for mouth breathing as well
1-7 of 7
Kai Sutton
18points to level up
New to breathwork

Active 7d ago
Joined Jan 2, 2023
powered by