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Breath in our Lives

Breathing is a visceral act that requires no effort on our part. However, starting from birth this non-conscious act undergoes changes. Our breath, which is affected from our life and experience, provides many clues about our life.

For example, when we are tense or under stress, we hold our breath. This prevents the correct among of oxygen from going into our body. Sometimes, because of the blockage emotions cause in our body, we are unable to send our breath to those particular areas. This condition may eventually lead to diseases.

Indeed, we all breathe somehow but if we want to send oxygen to every area of our body in a healthy fashion, we must learn various breathing techniques and we must remind our body to breathe correctly. We can achieve this through various techniques, either with the help of specialists or on our own.

Transformational Breath

The Transformational Breath technique developed by Judith Kravitz removes the stress-related blockages in the respiratory system and makes it possible for oxygen to circulate in the body without interruption. Transformational Breath® is a powerful purification and healing technique which unravels the true self of the individual by ensuring physical, mental and emotional unity.

A Transformational Breath session should be conducted under the supervision of abreath therapist. This session lasts 1,5 to 2 hours, including the preliminary consultation. During the session, breath is inhaled and exhaled from the mouth. During the session, the meditator undergoes physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental transformation.

The Benefits of Transformational Breath;

  • Develops the respiratory system,
  • Brings vitality to the person,
  • Eliminates stress,
  • Helps solve the blockages that have formed in the subconscious and settled in the body,
  • Helps eliminate feelings such as anger, anxiety, insecurity, and fear,
  • Brings joy to our lives.

It is not easy being a candle, for one must burn before one can radiate light

Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī