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.
Would anyone like to go to this and share an eco-cottage that has twin beds? It's with James Nestor, the author of Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art (life changing book if you haven't read it) and Chuck McGee, one of Wim Hoff's original certified instructors. The room cost is $2499 per person and is ALL INCLUSIVE of food, lectures, moonlight, surf, and everything else except alcoholic beverages and optional massage services: https://www.mrjamesnestor.com/retreat?ss_source=sscampaigns&ss_campaign_id=63f957237b1bd718f5edcb04&ss_email_id=642b15cf364c8563c98344eb&ss_campaign_name=Breath+Retreat+Waitlist+Update+%7C+Oct%2FNov+2023+Costa+Rica&ss_campaign_sent_date=2023-04-03T18%3A18%3A53Z I am their Priority Wait List, which means I will have access to room registration 24 hours before they are released to the public. They will sending out a special Wait List access code to reserve all rooms on April 9, 2023 at 10am Pacific Time that I will send to you as soon as it comes so we can both register and request each other as room mates. I'm on a bit of a budget so this is the most economical room for single travelers. I would almost be willing to sleep in a tent to be at this amazing event! To me, it's very low priced for what you get. I've spent a lot more for week long events and still had to pay rooms, food etc. separately. Please message me ASAP if you are interested.
This is your entry point into a hyper-learning environment primed for maximum growth and transformation. You’ll find the tools, the techniques, and more than enough motivation to use breathwork to heal every part of your body and your life. The only thing I can’t do for you is breathe. What I can do is tell you to do this: - Do the 5 Day Breathwork Challenge - Sign up for a minimum of 1 deep dive Transformational Breathwork Journey/month - Do the Morning Breath Activation practice EVERY DAY - Hold each other accountable to show up as your best selves - Support, motivate and inspire each other If we do the practices, if we commit to the shifts, if we build a strong community then we cannot fail to create a better world for ourselves and each other. Let’s get it! Brian
@Beth Rouintree Pritchett I love your enthusiasm and desire to help your clients asap. You go girl -and remember to breathe in between journeys! A meditation teacher of mine once said “the magic is in the space between the thoughts”. On a personal level after just being in the course a few weeks, I am realizing that for me, it’s not only the space between the thoughts; the magic also lies in the pause between the breaths, the actions and the doing for us human BEINGS💕
I just finished reading the book "Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art" by James Nestor. It was on Brian's reading list I think in week 2 of the current cohort. It's fantastic. One of the reviews on the book jacket says "It will change the way you breathe". This is so true!! Since reading it, I have become much more mindful of my breath. I discovered I have been a mouth breather, which I didn't think I was at the beginning of our course. I tried mouth taping and now do it every night. I have obstructive sleep apnea and have been using a CPAP device nightly for almost 3 years. After taping for a couple of nights with the CPAP, I decided to try not using it and just taping. I did that for about 10 days straight and felt like I was sleeping as well as I was with the CPAP. After reading deeper into the book and learning more about the value of CPAP's (I will take all the oxygen I can get), I am back to using the machine with taping. The difference now is I don't feel chained to the CPAP, which is huge for me, as I am a pretty free spirit. I now know I can go camping, on vacation or whatever and do well with just mouth taping. I feel like eventually taping and other practices the author (and Brian) recommends will heal the sleep apnea and help my sleep be deeper and more restorative. This work we are doing is so amazing - not only for others, but just as much for ourselves!💖💖💖
@Désiré Tuyishemeze If you send me your mailing address, I will send you the book. Every breath worker should read this and have it in their library. I plan to buy several copies to have on hand that I can gift to people who express an interest and will read it.
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.
@Elka Wrolich I am curious if you integrate Dr. Joe's teachings into your Journey's, and if so in what way? I'm a newbie-not certified yet but hope to be in the next month or so. Other than quoting Dr. Joe, I would like to weave some of his work into my sessions.
@Elka Wrolich Absolutely. I was in the January cohort that just ended a couple of weeks ago. Now I feel like the real work has begun! It's a lot, especially working full-time, but I'm in it for the long haul. I'm 67 and this is my retirement plan. I remind myself often, especially when I get a little overwhelmed with all I need and want to learn, that this is a marathon, not a race.