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Working With Expectations In Breathwork

Sometimes, it is more difficult than others to quiet the ego mind and let go of expectations for the session. The egoic mind is constantly chattering in your head in your everyday life all the time and blocking you from connecting to source. Just watch those thoughts come and go without giving them any power,…
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What To Do If After Many Breathwork Experiences They Seem To Get Less Intense and Plateau

All sessions are different. It is impossible to project or predict the progression. I have done breathwork for over 10 years and the experiences continue to change with time. For me, there have been periods of time when the experiences have gotten less intense and more gentle, kind of like being on a plateau or…
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After Breathwork Watch Your Dreams

Vivid dreams (and/or “nightmares”) in the couple of days after the session are an important integration tool. It means that your psyche feels safe to release. You are closest to your subconscious in your dreams so it is important to pay special attention to the content. The dreams are actually part of the integration process.…
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Doing Breathwork, Even When You Don’t Feel Like It

Breathwork is always a mirror of life. How many times in our lives do we commit to doing something on a regular basis and then make some kind of excuse not to do it. Like, going to the gym…thoughts might come up such as “I’m tired today, I can do this tomorrow.” “I’m too busy.”…
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Losing Track of Time and Space

Many times in the breathwork, participants report that they completely lost track of the time and that the hour of the breathwork just flew by. This is an experience that many of us very rarely feel. The ego mind is responsible for our mental constructs (which include time and space) and it is only when…
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Neurodynamic Breathwork and Boredom

Occasionally, I will get a question after an online breathwork workshop by one of the participants, “When the music got softer at the end of the session, I got bored. What should I do?” First, I would say, drop into the boredom, allow yourself to fully feel it, and see what bubbles up underneath it.…
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Breathwork And Emotional Responsibility

Every Strong Emotion Is An Opportunity For Personal Growth – You can work with your emotions in a way that creates an opportunity for personal growth and deeper self-understanding instead of them using you to create chaos and drama in your life. There are two phases to this: First, use your breathwork sessions to imprint…
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First Time Breather Checklist

First Time Breather Checklist   It is best to eat lightly or not at all in the one to two hours before the session Find a spot where you will not be disturbed during the session and where you can get the best possible internet signal – a hard wired connection is ideal. If you…
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Breathwork Integration Suggestions

Post-Breathwork Integration Suggestions Below are our suggestions for supporting your integration process after your breathwork session. If, after reading through them, you have any questions, you can e-mail us at: integrationsupport@breathworkonline.com BE GENTLE WITH YOURSELF Allow for greater sensitivity, openness and vulnerability Allow some time for self-nurturing Allow yourself to be with whatever emotions and…
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Breathwork Online Preparatory Information For First-Time Participants

BREATHWORK ONLINE PREPARATORY INFORMATION FOR FIRST-TIME NEURODYNAMIC BREATHWORK PARTICIPANTS To View or Print This Document as a PDF: Neurodynamic-Breathwork-Online-Preparatory-Information This is the preparatory information for participating in one of my Online Neurodynamic Breathwork sessions. I will cover the theory behind breathwork, the principles that make it work, the types of experiences that you could have…
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