Mindful breathwork is an activation
Feel a tingling in your body like a life force with every breath!
Creative ideas can flow.
Some have angelic visions, mystical experiences and connection with the Divine. Others revisit childhood and the memories that were buried.
Intense self-awareness occurs ~ limiting beliefs that are normally unconscious become clear.
People often experience a flood of emotions and physical sensations. Sometimes there are healing tears, laughter, or sexual sensations.
From anger to ecstasy, you are encouraged to embrace everything.
The participant often leaves with a feeling of euphoria, peaceful, full of wonder and gratitude.
Breath of Bliss, connected conscious breathing is a journey into wholeness.
We create a sacred space of beauty and love, designed for open up your senses, making you more available to experience.
The exercises speed up your awareness so that you can more easily feel all your feelings, open and let your heart speak, and discover what your innermost being has to reveal to you.
The progress of the journey: the words used, as well as music are carefully chosen to awaken your consciousness.
You can arrive with no expectations, leave with ideas that change life! Breath of Bliss is a powerful tool to transform negative experiences and emotions from the past that no longer serve you and for you provide clarity on who you really are.
Advice after experiencing connected conscious breathing.
Whatever you come across is a natural process.
You are accompanied. Some people experience joy, anger, sexual sensations, fear, and more!
Emotions are just flowing energy in the cells of your body.
You can have sensations in your body and this is natural and it dissipates after the session.
Breath of Bliss helps detoxify your cells, both physically and emotionally.
All sensations are welcome.
1. Drink lots of water.
This will help you cleanse and release all toxins and increase hydration.
2. Write down your experience.
By recording your experiences in a journal, you will be able to remember what happened. Breathing can create ideas that you quickly forget, like a dream. Take the time to write down your thoughts.
Rest, sleep more. Take naps!
4. Take care of yourself. Have practices that stimulate the love of yourself, such as yoga, massage, being in nature, drinking fruit juices or raw foods… whatever is good for you.
5. Tell a friend about it.
If you feel vulnerable. Reveal what you have been through and ask for help and listening. If you want to deepen your practice, contact your facilitator for more! With practice, the experience becomes much deeper and richer over time.
If you need more information, you can contact me.