Journaling as an Integration Tool For Breathwork

The first thing that I recommend is to write down your breathwork experience right after the session. If you do not get insights into your experience today, if you look at it in a couple of days, other things may come to you. You want to write it down in a way where you clearly remember afterwards. What happened, how did it feel in your body, etc so reading through it you can get a clear picture of what you experienced.  So, it is kind of like writing a movie script.  Another way of journaling that is interesting is automatic writing.   Where whatever wants to come, you just write without processing through your ego mind, without asking “does it make sense?” “does it not make sense?”  Sometimes that can be quite interesting in terms of opening up different interpretations and ways of seeing things.

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