We humans are fueled by incentive and reward. Do something good, feel good about it, rinse and repeat. This is how we’ll sculpt your nervous system so your thoughts and feelings become a source of strength and internal inspiration rather than a source of self-sabotage and suffering. Basically this: the more you put into this group the more you’ll get out. I’ve designed this ecosystem to reward you for doing the things you know you want to do. The more you do the practices, the more you engage in a positive manner, the more you show up, the more you will get rewarded. In this way we create a positive feedback loop which spirals you upwards to the place you want to be. The other awesome thing? If you’re short of cash but you’re playing full out, you’ll be able to earn the points to access the full 9D Breathwork Community. If that’s not your jam and you just want access to my Premium stuff right away (cos there’s no time to waste and you’re on a fu**in' mission) - then go right ahead, click this link and follow the steps. Either way, we’re going to get you where you want to go. Enjoy the journey my friend. My team and I plus this community of game changers will be right there with you every step of the way. Brian
@Kelly Knight this breath work is truly amazing. I've absolutely had more healing and released more trauma in the last 2 months, than in my last 10 years of therapy. Never once have I left a therapy session feeling lighter, more connected and wanting to dance!
@Enoch Abraham I'm sorry so much of your growing up was spent struggling just to be yourself. I'll never understand why some people just can't accept others for who they are. I'm glad you found this community and more tools to continue your healing journey. We are a pretty badass group and together we will do great things. 🧠💪🏻🤷🏼♀️💃
I'm curious where everyone is based in the world? I'm in Israel and was wondering if there are others from previous cohorts who are also here? I'd also love to know how people are bringing this work into their practices? Individual sessions, group sessions, online, face to face? I found myself getting overwhelmed at the possibilities and we aren't even there yet 😂
@Matt Clark we used to camp in the Duck Creek area, beautiful country.
@Barbara Lanz two of my boys traveled to Fort Myers to help rebuild, the devastation is unbelievable. 😔
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
@Yara Randa absolutely love Abraham Hicks ❤️
It really would help me so much in my personal grow if you guys would pick an answer below. And maybe it could help the others, too... I don't know if it is possible to comment below the poll but if does and you have a totally different methode pls share with us, it could be very valuable. My answer is the first one. Question: During your breathwork (the long sessions) how do you work on your issues? (And.. sorry for my English :))
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For the most part I'm just along for the ride. Whatever comes through is what I need. I focus on my breathing, and the spoken word, and stay as relaxed as possible. Sometimes I drift off, stop breathing and have to pull myself back into the breath.
For those who supported me when I shared about my kitchen flood, Jan 8. I'm very happy to report my landlord has been wonderful. It's being resolved with my insurance replacing the ceiling & fixture that should be finished in the next 6 weeks. Big relief! Moving forward... Yesterday I completed my first round of the 30 day! Loved it. Thanks @Brian Kelly for all your guidance. My fav's are the Euphoric and Dopamine. I've had a daily breathing practice in place for 3+ years, that started with the Wim Hoff technique. Now I feel like I am entering a new zone of newly awakened sensations and vitality! I just love breathing outside by the ocean too when I can ...so innervating! I live on an island so have several private spots I access. For my cold swims, I'm enjoying the heart coherence practice 5 - 5, right now. Anyway, when I began Wim I also began swims here in BC, Pacific North West, all year long. I used to swim from May to August. Now I swim all year round. It's amazing!! I just love the sea life here. Had 5 Orka sighting last year. I committed to the the cold water practice to assist me through an 8 yr dental health /healing process. I totally over did it some days. I would pass out with a hot water bottle for a day in chills ha ha but I persevered and have regulated. Always a mind prep process though! When I began I was in my early 60's. I found the cold shock helped me process a lot of grief I was experiencing at that time as the cold requires all your focus. I adore how I feel when I get out. Almost as good as sex ha ha AWAKE + ALIVE! This year, however, with all my studies and life stuff, it only fits on my weekends. If anyone is interested in developing this I'm happy to sahre some of my hacks. I'm so grateful for all we're learning and love this kindred community. XO
I hear so much about cold therapies and I'm so afraid to try them. I am always cold, even when it's 80° I'm the only one in long pants and a sweatshirt. Winters are worse, my hands and feet are always cold, I wear several layers and a blanket so stay warm, so I can't wrap my mind around making myself even colder and more miserable lol.
@Christie Grace Callister my blood work always comes back fine, I do know there is a gut and brain link and try to eat well/healthy.
Hi all, just curious what morning routine you all have. I do the breathwork when i wake up in bed and do some journaling after. But i think of trying to get up first and do the breathwork then.
@Marina Savic I love the self-love part of your routine. I have "I am enough" written on the bathroom mirror so anyone who uses the bathroom can read it. ❤️
@Ashley Rice it's like everything is clicking now, my brain is clearer I have more stamina to get through the day without falling out.
I'm wondering who else out there might be a student of Dr.Joe? I have been doing his meditations daily for almost 2 years now and have been to 3 of his amazing events. Attending his events are what reminded me how powerful breathwork can be and inspired me to start following Brian & Breath Masters on Instagram. Brian's posts kind of blew me how they were so in alignment with the Dr.Joe work! The rest is history 😉 and I am currently in the January certification cohort. I'm very curious to know how you might be using or considering using Dr. Joe's work in your breath work coaching and vice-versa, as they are so very complementary.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HLdi7xLB881xcwB1y-Rip2-ZDhpHRksH/view?usp=drivesdk This morning meditation is about 25 minutes
@Elka Wrolich You can also go on his website and purchase his meditations they are anywhere from $17 and up.
Take a deep, slow breath in, and allow your chest to expand. As you exhale, imagine releasing any tension or stress in your body. Repeat this process several times, focusing on the sensation of your breath moving in and out of your body. With each breath, allow yourself to let go of any negative thoughts or emotions that may be holding you back. As you continue to breathe deeply and mindfully, allow your focus to shift to your heart. Imagine warm, loving energy radiating from your heart and filling your entire body. Allow yourself to feel the love and compassion in your heart. With each breath, allow yourself to open your heart more and more. Let go of any judgments or fears that may be blocking your heart. Imagine yourself becoming more and more open and receptive to love and compassion. As you continue to breathe and focus on your heart, you may begin to feel a sense of inner peace and connection to the universe. Trust in this process and allow yourself to be guided by your heart. Remember, the heart is the source of true strength and wisdom. Take a moment to set an intention for this heart-awakening breath practice. It can be something like "I open my heart to love and compassion" or "I let go of fear and judgment". Repeat it silently to yourself as you continue to breathe and focus on your heart. Remember to make this practice a regular part of your day, and watch as your heart awakens and your life transforms in ways you never thought possible.❤️✨🪄 With Love Marina
@Marina Savic thank you for your encouragement. I have a lot of guilt around the 17 years I lived in Las Vegas. My sister who is 11 years younger than me basically grew up without me, all of my grandparents passed away in those years, and I only saw my parents a handful of times, now that my mom is showing early signs of dementia I feel guilty because she has very few memories with my boys/her grandsons. I've been able to release some of that guilt but I still have a ways to go.
@Marina Savic thank you. I'm sending you lots of love too. ❤️
Good morning beautiful ones. I am reaching out for support. Some days living with cptsd kicks my a**. I find myself in a self-saboatge shame cycle again and this one has been a doozy. Full of overwhelm, avoidance, self-deprecating self talk, binge eating and spending money recklessly. Laying on the couch doom scrolling. Ugh. I feel shame around not leading a single journey thus far. I did some Journaling this morning and my shame is wrapped around success, that's all that mattered to my ex. If I didn't succeed at something, and I never did in his eyes, I wasnt good enough, smart enough, worthy enough, deserving of anything. I wasn't wife enough or mother enough. I'd never get it right and I'd just mess things up for him to have to fix. Better of just staying in the background as a pretty little thing. Just a trophy wife. More that 20 years of manipulation, control, gaslighting, abuse. That's the garbage that still runs through my head nearly 10 years later. I'm free now but I'm not. I am so afraid of not succeeding. That fear becomes paralyzing. I numb out, that became my befault survival mechanism. Even though I'm in a safe, loving and supportive marriage now my brain doesn't always believe it. Ive been working on healing my mind, making better connections and associations for my mind. I know what I need to do but I can't get my mind, body and emotions together to do it. To that end I am asking for recommendations on journeys to help get me up and over this bump in the road. I haven't done a journey in a couple weeks and I definitely feel the difference. Maybe I need to revisit a journey I've already done? I overthink everything so help me keep it simple! I know I can't effectively use the medicine of breathwork to help others if I don't use it first to help myself. Thank you all for being the amazing human beings you are. ❤️
@Barbara Lanz these are all great points, I'll have to think on this. Thank you. 💕
@Yara Randa Thank you. My husband has a show tomorrow so I will be home taking care of my mother-in-law, part of me feels I'll have time to focus on this, part of me feels not so much, you have to tend to mom. I feel quilty for focusing on me while she needs help with all the things we take for granted everyday, like getting out of bed, fixing a meal, using the bathroom etc. I do what I can while she takes a nap, just lke I did when my boys were babies. Life circles "round.
I cannot get enough of this community and just want to post every day and communicate with all of you, all the time. :-) So I'll just continue to post my daydreams and questions here. I have heard Brian mention several times in several different places . . .a recommendation to do a journey once a week or once a month. But there's no mention of doing them TOO much. Is there a too much in your experience? I keep wanting to do them multiple times a week and just curious to hear your experiences. Ultimately I'll know when it's a yes and when it's a no, for myself. But currently I feel so addicted and want to do nothing but breathwork journeys all week long. :-D And part of me wonders if I'm overloading myself so I am curious to start a conversation on it with you all. Also . . watcha know about twitching? I've started to experience involuntary and somewhat uncontrollable twitching (mostly in my hips and legs) when I do journeys but also when I do meditations now. Essentially anything I have an intention of using for healing. I also experience this same twitching after orgasm which now I'm curious about because during the journey it feels like trauma release. Maybe it is after orgasm as well? A bit taboo perhaps but a journey feels pretty similar to epic and sacred sex to me. If anyone else wants to chime in on that, I'd love to hear that I'm not alone on this experience. I just assumed everyone else would feel that breathwork is as powerful as sex as well, but so far all the sharing I've done of breathwork with my friends and community - - while it is powerful, no one agrees that it's anything like sex. But to me that level of oneness reached in both is quite similar in essence. Anyone? Part of me doesn't want to post this as I'm new here and learning what is a welcome topic of conversation. :-D
@Monica Benedetto I've read that book, def worth another read for sure.
@Monica Benedetto yes! I just PMd you. ❤️
I don’t know what you might think of this song, but to me is a beautiful one that could be used for a transformation BW journey. Past the minute and half of the song, I can see myself breathing during the middle of BW to it while listening “all we can do is keep breathing” right spot on lyrics 💨☺️ And even its frequency would make me push myself beyond my limits. For all of you that are already working on your own journeys, just wanted to share it in case you have not heard it yet. ENJOY 🤩⬇️ https://open.spotify.com/track/3wpZTp7HM8Dv25oExNgCC6?si=DA88LZ9wQ3SsTebYuOd8Yw
#Dec 5, 2022 Kundalini Awakening Journey with Reece It was an intense & profound journey. Loved the music and also to experience Reece's own guiding style. Thanks for the journey Reece! <3
I haven't done this one yet, I'm not sure why I'm hesitant to do this one?
Before I get into the topic of my video, I want to shout out @Yara Randa for inspiring me to talk about this topic. This video will cover self-resistance isometrics and how it can help readjust and invigorate the nervous system so that you can dissipate stress, anxiety, lethargy, and any other non-beneficial state you might be experiencing. While the basis of the technique places emphasis on muscle contraction, this particular approach places heavy emphasis careful implementation of conscious breathwork. Self-resistance isometrics involve using one's own body to generate maximum muscle tension over 1 or several different muscle groups. The most sought after result is massive improvement to one's physical strength. However, the process allows for a number of supplemental benefits to arise. First, to perform this type of technique you have to concentrate intensely on the activity you perform. In addition, these type of contractions generate and facilitate massive amounts of nervous system energy during to exercise. As a result, this technique creates a number of changes in the practitioner. First, it strengths the mind-body connection and helps enhance concentration, focus, and control over normatively autonomic bodily systems. Second, it strengthens, activates, and energizes the nervous system. Because of the effect on nervous system energy, self-resistance isometrics can redirect energy away from physiological processes that foster non-beneficial states of being. In addition, this energy transmutes the nervous energy from fostering undesirable or detrimental emotional and mental states into power to enhance your well-being. In the video below, I'm going to outline the exact method for implementing this technique and how the breath plays a role in the effectiveness of the technique. This video was uploaded to YouTube instead of directly to this platform because the video size was above the the 100 MB limit 😆😆😆
That was pretty cool thank you. I don't sleep well every little noise wakes me up and then takes me forever to get back to sleep so I hardly ever wake up feeling rested. My therapist told me to try tightening (breath in) and relaxing (breath out) my muscles I'm starting for my toes and working my way up my body, to help my body relax and get out of that fight or flight mode so I can go back to sleep, It's been helping me get back to sleep more easily.
I've loved reading this entire thread. I love how everyone here is so accepting, encouraging and insightful. If ever I need a lil pick-me-up, this community is where I'll come. This community is both 🔥 and 🧘🏼♀️, I love it!
Hi there, question: last Session i had a man spacing. I mean he was gone,…left the building. He made me think of an overheated phone… out of use…I'm pretty sure he was in the dmt stage. I know sometimes it can and may take 5 minutes or more for someone to breathe again but this was the first time I found myself getting a little nervous about how long it was taking. I then reminded him to breathe and also softly in his ear but he stayed out. His heart beat from hard to very slow. little blue lips…I thought for a moment that I had killed my brother-in-law🤣 I reminded him to breathe and into his ear too but he stayed away. in the end I gently put a lukewarm washcloth with invigorating oil on his forehead and then he started breathing again. I was sorry to take him out of his proces but it took so long that I acted anyway. He didn't remember anything about this part afterwards... what can I do in the future? how long can/can you let it go? Thank you;-) Btw: hè had an extatic experiance👍🏼
@Mona Bitar thank you, having not guided any sessions yet I wondered how to handle it online when we can't use physical touch to help bring them back. I'm seeing things about intake forms, should we ask for a number of someone to contact for them if need be? Is a sample intake form included in the training literature? I have so many questions but I'm figuring most of them will be answered during the upcoming weeks.
I had a client with chronic arthritis (20 years +). When asked when it started she said after her abortion. The feeling of guilt was eating her alive causing pain in the surface. After our session, she said the baby came out from her uterus, kissed her on the forehead and said “i Forgive you”. Since that moment, she never felt guilt and her chronic pain went away.
A gift 💝 "The Breathwork Revolution: The breath, a revolution in its flow, a master of the mind and emotion. With every inhale, a chance to grow, and every exhale, a sweet devotion. The air, a conduit for healing grace, a hero in the battle for the soul. It expands the self, finds its place, and makes the heart and spirit whole. The breath, a link to all that's true, a connection to the universe. It brings the self into view, and opens paths that were once terse. The breath, a tool for transformation, a means to change and rearrange. It guides the mind in its formation, and helps you to engage. The breath, a key to inner peace, a guide to the path of light. It brings the mind to release, and brings the self to new heights. So let the breath be your guide, as you journey through this life. It will show the way inside, and bring you to the end with no strife. For the breath is the key to the soul, and the master of the mind and emotion. With every inhale, a chance to grow, and every exhale, a sweet devotion. So breathe, dear hero, breathe, and know, that with each breath, you're on the right path. For the breath is the key to the flow, and the guide to your journey's aftermath." - Noah Long I just want to mention how much I appreciate Brian Kelly for everything he is doing with this group, Breath Masters Academy, YogiLab, and everything else he's birthing into our world. Thank you for creating the Breath Masters Academy! I've just started my new Breathwork coaching business and would love to hear what everyone thinks! Here's a link to my new beta website: breathheroes.com
Thank you for sharing that poem, it's spot on. Your website looks pretty cool. I love the artwork, it did make is a little tough to read for me though, like I was trying to take in the background as I was trying to read. Lol I really had to focus on the words in order to not get distracted by the background. But that could just be me. Great job and good luck.
@Vanessa Naja @Michelle Voytko @Enoch Abraham @Joyce Harris @Rowena Connolly @Marina Savic @Michelle Voytko @Eline Postma @Ngahuia Hemara-Wahanui @Izabela Katafoni @Sonny Wamback Deep bows to you all - absolutely crushing in on the gamified engagement! Proving that this model works to keep a community activated, inspired and lit the F up 🔥🏆 Added some extra juicy 9D content into the reward matrix to say THANK YOU to all of you that have quickly become pillars of our epic community: The Getting Great 12 Minute Activation: Unlocked at Level 2 The 5 Minute Breathwork Break: Unlocked at Level 3 Well done revolutionaries! A shout out to all of you - whether you're on this list or not. Let's keep it going! ❤️✊ -B
@Paula Billourou I definitely feel myself getting out of my own way, letting go of my self doubt and picking up my brushes again. I came across a quote the other day that smacked me in the face... "An artist who stops making art is committing emotional suicide. Get off the couch and start painting again." It's absolutely past time I put pen/pencil/brush ect to paper again. 🎨🖌️👩🏼🎨💃
@Enoch Abraham 😂 I don't know, they all over tan and look like they could be! OoooooYeeaaahhhh!
Trigger warning involving sexual violation I had done the 5 Trauma Journey and I completed the offering Brian so generously shared with us a couple days. The 9D Trauma journey. It felt pretty gentle in comparison to the first experience. I felt amped up and clear energy and lots of love and inspiration for what I want to create in life. I was feeling a lot of unintegrated emotions from a medicine journey a few days before and it helped to settle my system and to prepare for a meeting with a love of mine. So a few hours after the journey I was interacting with and making love with this partner and deep in the middle of hours of connection, one of his actions triggered me to begin to cry and weep suddenly. And I had flashes of a repressed sexual trauma that happened on my 24th birthday, 13 years ago. That night I went out to drink at a place in the middle of Laos by myself. I woke up the next morning in a strangers hut, naked, with a man I had never seen before. And I remembered nothing. I always assumed I was drugged and filled in the blanks with my imagination. And I've had some inklings over the last 13 years that THAT event is tied to a lot of needs around sexual healing and feeling safe in general in my body and able to express myself. And SO. . .2 nights ago after having done the breathwork journey I had this moment where I was weeping and I had flashbacks I'd never seen of the man and what happened to me that night. I began to choke and relived it a little but thanks to the breathwork I quickly began to tell myself I was safe, to dissolve the trauma in the cells of my DNA and release it and I was filled with love and compassion for myself but also the man from that night. It was like I was right there in the breathwork journey going through the releases Brian led us through. And as I felt held in the current moment by myself and my lover, I was able to move through and continue feeling safe with him and then used the bubble of light at the end of the night to anchor in the immense love and peace and surrender and safety I felt within myself - around sex and intimate connection - all of it. And it feels like there's likely more to unravel and integrate and I'm SO STOKED around the sexual healing that took place.
Thank you for being brave enough to share such a vulnerable experience. So many people have sexual trauma, much like mental health, the more we talk about it the more we help to break the stigma around it. Our stories can become a guide for someone else's healing. Letting us witness a moment in your healing may very well spark some healing in someone else. Much love to you. 💕
Before I started this breath work journey I did not sleep well at all. I rarely woke up feeling rested. I would wake up a during the night and it would feel like hours before I could fall back asleep and then my alarm was going off. I decided to go back and check my watch for my sleep patterns to see how they had changed. I wasn't waking up as tired most mornings so I must be sleeping better. 11/25/22- I was just beginning my breath journey and my deep sleep % was 23%. 1/16/23- 2 months later and my deep sleep % was 43%. 2/13/23- my deep sleep % was 52%! While I know that my watch is not 100% accurate, there is definitely improvement in my deep sleep numbers. I don't recall a night in the last month that I've woken up and been unable to get back to sleep. And I haven't felt the need to prop my eyelids open with toothpicks after lunch! Proof is in the pudding, as they say. A couple of weeks ago I wrote about a sign I received on a little blue sticky note. The Universe Talking. A couple days ago my husband and I went to lunch at a local Chinese Buffet, my fortune cookie read, "Better to do something imperfectly than do nothing perfectly." Well I've been trying to have a "perfect" playlist for my first guided journey, and while I'm trying to perfect said playlist I'm actually getting nothing done. - It's not perfect yet so I can't guide a journey yet- ... blah. Just one of the ways I hide, behind "perfection". I know full well that perfection is an illusion that keeps growth just out of reach. So within the next week I will guide my first journey. I will stop hiding behind perfection and put myself out there, because the only way to get great is to do it, make the mistakes and do it again, and again, building the skills and knowledge, and faith in my own ability I need to BE great.
I just did this and it was hella powerful!!!! Thank you @Mona Bitar . I absolutley loved it!!!! Your cuing, the playlist, the fact that you inncluded the ho'oponopo in the affirmations. World class on all levels!!!! Thank you 🙏🤗
Where can I find this? 🙂
@Vanessa Naja thank you so much.
Here's the truth - LIFE IS HARD no matter what, but we get to choose what kind of HARD we get to live! https://vimeo.com/787884096/982358e8f1
@Mona Bitar I was once told that I was "brainwashing my FB minions with my bullshit positive posts." He had no idea that finding something to be positive about, finding some light in the dark, was helping me survive his shaming, gaslighting and manipulations.
@Mona Bitar on those days I'm beating myself up for something that's really insignificant, I try to take a step back and remind myself just how far I've come. I'm finding me. I'm finding my voice and it's glorious. 🧠💪🏻💃
Hey Savage Saints & Spiritual Hustlers! Thank you for your patience, I know it's taken a minute for us to get this out to you all but it is FINALLY HAPPENING! Are you ready to celebrate VALENTINE's DAY with an EPIC Transformational Breathwork Experience!? Join Breath Master @Brian Kelly on this deep dive breath journey, to help you rewire some of the old programming we all have buried in our subconscious minds. Tomorrow - February 14th @ 12pm Bali time Brian will be debuting his latest & greatest journey: 9D 5 Primary Trauma Imprints For this experience so clear your diary, grab your headphones and get READY for BLAST OFF!🚀 Everyone gets imprinted during childhood with trauma. Unfortunately it’s a fact of life - but what we don’t have to tolerate is the effects of unhealed trauma in our adult lives. Shame, rejection, abandonment and premature separation from our primary caregivers leave a deep wound in our cells and our psyche that must be repaired if we want to create a fulfilling, successful life with nourishing relationships. To access and repair the imprints in our cellular memory I’ve created this Transformation Breathwork Journey specifically to heal the 5 Primary Trauma Imprints. Now is the time to heal the past, embrace the present and really create the future. Click on the link at the bottom of this post to SIGN UP for this ASAP! *PS if you are a member in SKOOL as part of the LEVEL UP Breath Masters group you will receive a PROMO CODE there that will give you access to this Breathwork Journey for free! If you can’t make the time because you’re busy or it’s middle of the night in your time zone? No worries, you’ll have the recording for 7 days. Or, just come! Last time we had people join at 3am ✊ https://app.funnel-preview.com/for_domain/courses.yogilab.com/tbj-1?updated_at=68a0dcd4386fde552af7b78c961d62dav2&track=0&preview=true
So the last time around I paid the $33 for the group rate (2 or more), I'm not sure how to redeem that though? I am in the current training.
Well, I started the Sept cohort and had a break over Christmas and New year and now am finding it difficult to get going again I need a right good kick up the arse, I feel like I am in a rut with no motivation 😩
I find that interacting here with my fellow breath workers is very motivating for me. Everyone has their own life journeys they've already been through, and each brings their own reflections, answers, questions and inspirations. Maybe that could be the kick in the arse you need. ❤️
Hallo Tribe I wanted to Share my Last 3 Werks Journey of sleeping mouthtapped! 😅 I have to admit the first 2 nights were a bit freaky, cause I always felt, like I am being suffocating, but my Willpower and Mindset made me keep going on. 😃 Now since starting this I feel so much more rested, able to focus better, my skin looks healthier, i even lost weight! It simply seems as if my whole metabolism is working smoother and better! And now it has become like 2nd nature.. the mouth tapping routine! How about you tribe? What are your outtakes and experiences on that?⭐️ Cheers Nadya
I don't know that I sleep with my mouth open but maybe that's part of why I don't sleep well 🤔 I'll have to give it a try and see.
@Nadya Seeberger I've never been told I snore. I rarely wake up feeling rested but more because every little noise wakes me and and it takes a while for me to fall back asleep.
Hi Guys!!I needed some help with the success pods.. Does anyone know how to navigate all the way to their current success pods? I am having trouble finding my peopleee.Helppp
There was en email sent out with a link to the success pods list. I received the email on Jan 26th. Here is a screenshot of your pod. I took a screenshot and will pm you the emails and phone numbers. @Sana Siddiqui
I did it! I recorded my first intro! I don't look all that happy, or like I might puke 🤣 But it's done. 💃🏼 I did something that scared me, and I know the more I do it the better I'll get. This journey is going to test me, some days I will struggle but I won't quit. I was stuck in my head about being a week behind, telling myself all kinds of bs stories. I had to forgive myself so beating me up so much! I know I'll finish this training in the time that best serves me. I will do my best to remember to give myself the same Grace I give others So if you are struggling just know that you are not alone, even those that seem to have it all together and make it look easy have struggles. Be gentle with yourself, your struggles make you stronger. You are not alone. You got this.❤️
After some feedback/advice. I've joined a local recovery centre which has hot and cold magnesium pools, and they suggest alternating every 4 minutes. I dont know if its the magnesium or the cold or the contrast, but I feel awesome and calm after I've done a session! I found the first Ice Bath really challenging - it wasn't just that it was freezing cold... it really hurt!!! And just like breath holds, I can now do a 4 minute Ice Bath and even enjoy it. What I want to know is what are some good breath techniques for the 4 minute ice bath? I've been doing some Wim Hof and was wondering about others? Thanks. Tim
@Monica Benedetto I was watching limitless with Chris Hemsworth and cold therapy and swimming in the cold ocean was one of the mind and body trainings that he did. I know there are benefits to these cold therapies but it sounds like torture to me lol
@Monica Benedetto intriguing thoughts, there could be something to whole hormone thing. 🤔
👏👏Brian for this 2022 purge! I think I felt my soul, the divine in me with this one. This is something. I wish you all to feel that some day in your life. I am just out of words… Thank you for showing up to you! I thank myself for showing up to me!
Celebrating you for showing up for yourself! I too have found myself at a loss of words for what I experienced.
Trying to decide between the purge 2022 journey or the releasing stress and anxiety….which one would everyone recommend to do first?
They are both amazing and each one will bring different experiences. Which one do you feel more drawn to? Maybe read the descriptions for each one and sit with it for a minute and see which one you feel more drawn to.
Breath work opened me up to be able to have a very important conversation with my oldest. It’s hard to hear all the ways you failed as a mother. It’s hard to admit it also. The thing is we all fail in one way or another. You think “I want to do it better than my parents, I want to protect my children like I wasn’t”. After breath work journeys it became so clear you can’t give them anything you don’t have. You can’t give them healed, safe, loved, worthy…. If you don’t have that. The only way to take care of them is to take care of yourself. Heal that ancestral trauma. After breath work I was able to look at those that hurt me as wounded children themselves. That doesn’t mean what they did was ok it means I can let it go, I can forgive, I can heal for myself, for my ancestors, and for my children. I was able to let go of my ego and hear my daughter and apologize to her and to understand that it’s a good thing for her to make it a goal to do better than me as a mom. Why will she be a better mom than me? She understands when you are on the plane and the oxygen masks come down you must first put your mask on then your children’s mask. Our children will only be as ok as we are. ❤️🙏
This hits home for me. I have three boys the youngest is now 19 and I spent the majority of their childhoods in flight, fight, fawn or freeze and I would disassociate just to be able to make it through the day and take care of my boys. I know that affected the kind of mom I was to them, being in survival mode all the time, they never truly saw a happy, confident or rested mom. I had a pretty good conversation with them a couple years ago around our relationship, and me as a mom. They've all grown into really good men and I am so proud of them. 💙💙💙
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I'm a teacher and artist at heart who's lost her muse.