Why is breathwork our most revolutionary and transformative tool?
Science is now backing what yogis and seekers, visionaries and sages have known for eons… Our breath is our LIFEFORCE, our connection with SPIRIT.
Increases levels of energy flow in the body.
Feelings of being more connected with everything and everyone, more loving presence and energy, increases the way the nervous system responds to stress, feeling more calm and peaceful and so many more incredible benefits…
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How Breathwork Benefits The Mind, Body, & Spirit?
In today’s time, breathwork has evolved to include many new techniques that focus on breathing exercises as a means of therapy & self-healing. It is more than an exercise of breathing correctly or with intent. Breathing techniques are essential tools for significant transformation & healing. It encompasses many whole-being therapeutic practices and activities to relieve mental, physical, and emotional tension. When you think of it, you probably think of the physical aspect of breathing, the inhalation & exhalation of air.
Breathing is an integral part of life. It helps deliver oxygen into your bloodstream & remove carbon dioxide. But breathwork also enables you to reach a deeper state of mind in which you may be able to access buried emotions, grudges, & traumas & ultimately release yourself from their grip on your mental state. It is often used to help those who have mental health issues & is seen as an excellent way to calm & focus your mind. Breathwork can also be spiritual. So when you practice, you can move beyond your body & mind & connect easily with your core spirit, your Self.
It helps reduce the stress level in the body.
One of the most vital benefits of practicing breathwork includes simple deep belly breathing and complete stress reduction. When you practice diaphragmatic breathing, you activate your parasympathetic nervous system & go into the rest & digest mode. It helps lower your blood pressure and cortisol levels.
It helps manage depression.
Many people who seek out breathwork deal with depression or anxiety. After a few weeks of practicing breathwork, you will often experience a shift in your anxiety levels & the depression starts to lift. Research backs this up, too: A study found that after three months of active breathing, you can significantly reduce depressive symptoms.
It can help to reduce inflammation.
Chronic stress has been linked to an increased level of inflammation in the body, associated with conditions like diabetes, heart disease, anxiety, depression, and a weakened immune system.