I’m very excited and grateful that we have a safe place to breathe.
There are several practices that are becoming more prominent in this work: Shamanic Practices and Sound. I have experienced several shamanic journeys where we either all played in a circle, or where one person played their drum while the rest of us laid down and meditated on the drumming sound.
I have created my own 14″ frame drum at a recent drum making workshop and have used it several times in private breathing sessions as well as drum circles.
Here are two things you can do to start your own breathing practice:
- Observe your breath
How are you breathing right now? That is the question we ask ourselves as frequently as possible. The result of simply being aware of our breath, no matter what emotion we may be experiencing, is the first step in this process. We can be feeling happy about something or we may have taken personally something that someone else may have said or done. It doesn’t matter where we start as long as we do. The more we think about our breath, the more the spirit of breath will inform us. Continue reading
I’m very excited to be presenting breathwork to an interested audience on Thursday of this week!
And here’s the event flyer: Continue reading