Transformational Breathing

We breathe every minute of the day and night. It happens automatically and we think it is all working fine for our bodies. Almost 90% of all people have restricted breathing patterns. Instead of using the full respiratory system they only tend to use a small part. Hence, our intake of oxygen is only around 30% of what it could be. The Transformational Breathing technique (in short TB) opens the breathing system and works on 3 levels; physical, mental/emotional and spiritual levels.
 
TB uses energy of high frequency (oxygen) to transform energy with low frequency (negative thoughts or emotions) into high frequencies. This process, called entrainment, integrates repressed thoughts and emotions and it frees up the mind. You will be able to connect more with your true self or authentic you, and you find self confidence, love and joy. It reduces stress, detoxifies and energizes you.
 
Many people are not using the diaphragm fully when breathing. They use back muscles for example. Using the full diaphragmatic breathing you can actually create an open, full breathing and when you also make it connected you will experience energy flowing through your body. Through the breathing you will be able to open up and release blockages and transform old and negative thought patterns into positive thoughts about yourself and others. There will be permanent releases of old unresolved emotions from the past which create literally more space inside you so you can connect with your spirit, with your inner and true Self.

The Transformational Breathing technique was developed by Dr. Judith Kravitz from USA. Today, Transformational Breath is taught and experienced as a powerful self-healing modality. This technique has expanded beyond Leonard Orr's Rebirthing and Dr. Stanislav Grof's Holotropic Breathwork. Dr. Kravitz has integrated various principles from her doctoral studies in metaphysics, Kundalini Yoga, breath analysis, sound healing, body mapping plus other healing principles into the Transformational Breath trainings.


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