Holotropic Awakening: A healing breathwork experience
Holotropic Awakening is a powerful and transformative practice that can lead to profound healing and personal growth. Through deep accelerated breathing, as well as, combining inhalation and exhalation into a cycle of continuous breath, the sounds of powerful chakrally anglined music induce a deep form of meditation and a sort of psychedelic experience i.e.Holotropic Awakening. This altered state of consciousness allows us to access deeper parts of ourselves. This can lead to greater self-awareness, releasing blocked energy and emotion, increased creativity, and a sense of connection to the universe. In this Holotropic Awakening experience, you will be guided by experienced facilitator Sam Pullen who will create a safe and supportive environment for your journey. You will also have the opportunity to connect with others who are on a similar path of self-discovery. If you're looking to explore the depths of your being and unlock your full potential, Holotropic Awakening may be just what you need. Sign up today and experience the transformative power of Holotropic Awakening for yourself!
Things to consider:
If you live with the following conditions, this experience may not be for you.
High blood pressure
Recent injury or surgery
Any condition requiring regular medication
Psychosis and seizure disorders
How to prepare:
wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely. It is
completely acceptable to wear pajama-type clothes for your breathwork
sessions. Most likely you will want socks for the breathwork sessions
A warm sweater, wrap, or blanket to wrap around yourself
Blankets, Mats, Pillows
You will be laying on the floor for more than one hours, so you are encouraged to
bring as many blankets, sleeping bags, thick mats so that you are as comfortable as possible. You will basically be creating a nice padded nest for yourself. It’s better to over-prepare than under prepare in this case. You don’t want to be preoccupied with a sore back or discomfort. In addition to blankets, you will want to bring a couple of pillows as well and a bolster if you have one.
Eyeshades/Masks/Scarfs – something that can serve as a blindfold during your
breathing session. You will want something that is secure around your eyes, so
an eye pillow would not suffice.
If you are sensitive to loud music, you may want to bring earplugs just in case.
Journal and pen for writing