3 Reasons That Will Make You Want To Start A Breath Work Practice Today
It’s a daily effort to put well-being boundaries and tools into practice, sometimes our rituals get pushed to the side and that’s ok. Whenever that happens, I start feeling off and then I just remind myself that I already have the tools I need to get back into alignment.
Every time I meditate and do my breath-work, those practices remind me of the power of NOW and to bring my attention back to the present. I'm reminded to embrace how I'm feeling in that moment and that it's okay not to be okay. My practices are ever-evolving, life may ebb and flow, but I always find myself coming back to it. I have all the tools to become a more resilient, self-aware, loving and intentional human. And for that, I'll always be grateful.
With that said, here are 3 important reasons to start a BREATH WORK practice:
1. You'll tap into your inner knowing
The first benefit of breath-work is that the innate wisdom of your breath and life force knows exactly where to go for the level of healing that is available for you at any given time. As the breath opens meridians and channels and aligns your body with its inherent and universal energy, healing happens. There is no need to think, process, or figure anything out after a session. To know you can receive clarity and peace without thinking is revelatory. ✨💫
2. You'll feel empowered
In a breath-work session, you do not need to absorb an external substance/ source, so there is an inner empowerment that comes from you. Your breath can become the source of answers to questions, insights to challenges, freedom from feeling stuck, and downloads to what's next for you, your life, and your work in the world.💪🏽💪🏽
3. You'll gain a new perspective on life's challenges
Breath-work supports so many of the challenges everyone experiences. It reduces stress, creates feelings of openness, love, peace, gratitude, clarity, communication, and connection. Breath-work also helps release trauma or mental, physical, and emotional blocks, as well as anxiety, depression, fear, grief, and anger. Lastly, it can help people receive insights from loved ones who have transitioned, as well as downloads about work, creativity, finances, relationships, or health conditions. 🧘🏽♀️🧠
As with any self-care practice, the most important way to learn if breath-work is useful and helpful for YOU is to experience it for yourself.
To learn more about the power of breath and how to start your practice, see the mindful breathing video below or click here to get in touch for one-on-one guided sessions. 🦋✨