Breathwork has been practiced for centuries across many different cultures – Chinese, Jewish, the ancient Greeks, India, different tribes in Africa, and more – for healing, reaching ecstatic states, reaching states of extraordinary consciousness, self-discovery, and spiritual healing. My definition of breathwork is consciously working with the breath for healing. We breathe every day, of course, but often we’re breathing unconsciously. When I first found breathwork through yogic pranayama, it shocked me how powerful it was to breathe consciously. Different breathwork patterns can bring up various things with you, offer varying levels of intensity, and creating a wide variety of... Continue Reading
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Have you ever been curious about how to celebrate the Spring Equinox, also called Ostara in the wheel of the year, or ever wondered what it is exactly? We’ve got explanations and two different ways that you can celebrate rituals for the Spring Equinox. The coming of Spring is marked by the Equinox – meaning “equal light.” The Spring Equinox, or the first day of Spring, occurs when the sun crosses the celestial equator from South to North. This special event happens every year on March 19th, 20th, or 21st. This year it is happening on March 20th. During this time,... Continue Reading
Today I would like to share a little bit about my meditation practice–how I got started meditating and some useful tools I use to set my mind from wandering.