• Breathwork

    Being Breathing

    When I was a baby I breathed deep. From my abdomen and chest–with my whole body. I didn’t have to think, I was simply a be-ing being breathed. I was connected with spirit, as it moved through me, as me, my true essence rejoicing in this life, birthed into form. As an adult I began to experience wounding but instead of allowing it to move through me I began to swallow the wounds, breathing more shallow, holding trauma in the body, making agreements, beliefs, encoding cells for dis-ease, forgetting who I was. I forgot that spirit moves through me as me. I forgot I was love and worthy of love.…

  • Breathwork

    Confession

    Confession. I used to have panic attacks and I used to hold my breath. I still do occasionally. Hold my breath I mean. The panic is gone. We hold our breath when something scary happens because that’s our bodies way of getting us geared up for action. But our bodies are so outdated that we can’t distinguish between a real threat and a perceived threat. This is why breathing through the stressful situation is so important. We want to get out of the state of perceived threat quickly so that we don’t stay in that place with all the stress hormones for longer than we need too. When we stay…

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    Thank you teachers

    The Kabbalah says, “First we receive the light. Then we impart the light. Thus we repair the world.” What is the light that you’re imparting? Do you see how we are connected to each other? To everything? Thank you to all of my teachers. If we’ve exchanged ideas, you’re one of my teachers. I learn so much from all of you. Thank you to the plants. Thank you to the animals. Thank you to spirit. I am listening