Making Changes with Breathwork
a culture we are 'emotionally stifled'. We are taught to
suppress most of our feelings. We do not know how to
express our feelings to enhance our personal power,
effectiveness and peaceful interactions. Typically the
emotions of sadness, anger, and fear are suppressed. The
suppression of feelings, however does not mean the
freedom from them. On the contrary, it seems that the
harder we suppress them, the harder they pursue us.
breathing gives us an opportunity to develop emotional
freedom. In a safe and supportive, environment we can
release our feelings gently. This often leads to feelings
of lightness and great relief, like dropping a heavy load
off our back that we have been carrying around for a long
time. People also report experiencing feelings of inner
peace, harmony, love, joy for life, and a freedom to be
who we truly are.
Decisions : New Results At
the time of releasing the suppressed emotions we gain an
opportunity to become aware of the first time that we
made limiting decisions about ourselves, others, and
life. These decisions are the basis of our beliefs and
usually reside in our subconscious. Though we may be
unaware of them, they affect virtually everything we
becoming aware of the context in which we first made a
negative decision about ourselves and having released the
emotional charge on it, we have the power to make new,
life enhancing, decisions. New decisions mean new
beliefs, thoughts, actions, and results!
connected breathing process often leads to a deep
connection with the very core of our being. This leads to
understandings of ourselves, our purpose in life and our
place in the universe at a very deep level.