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Rebirthing is a breathing technique. It is very simple to learn and comes quite easily and naturally to the vast majority of the people who use it. But its simplicity is deceptive. If you were to watch someone rebirthing, you might see their chest moving, sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly, sometimes hardly moving at all. You might see them shift about, yawn, scratch. There might be some crying, sometimes quite a lot of crying. There might also be some laughter. And, at the end of the session, you might see someone so deeply relaxed that they haven't a tense muscle in their body. You might also notice radiant skin, luminous eyes and a face that, at least for a time, looks years younger than when they lay down to begin the breathing session just an hour earlier.
Rebirthing is a healing technique, but in rebirthing healing is not just the product of arriving at some form of understanding and intellectual clarity. It is not simply the cathartic release of emotion and it is not only the dissolving of energy blocks in the body. Rebirthing is all of these things. The mind, the body, the emotions and the spirit are all engaged at once in a world where time and normal limitations of thought, feeling and the senses dissolve into a flowing, uplifting experience of regeneration. Because of this, healing through rebirthing is deep and profound. It is experienced with the whole of one's being rather than at just one level of existence. Rebirthing is the difference between believing and really knowing something, between dipping your toe in the water and actually swimming, between thinking about eating a slice of cake and seeing, touching, smelling and actually eating it.
Sometime later another friend heard a rebirther trainer speaking about rebirthing on a radio show that he normally never listens to. There was a training course coming up and my friend suggested I go to the introductory talk. We both went. I can't remember the exact details of what was said at the talk, but what I heard was that this breathing technique offered me the chance to escape from something I believed I would just have to live with for life. In the light of this, career opportunities became irrelevant. It was something I wanted to do for myself.
Before being accepted for the course, I had to do a rebirthing session. I told my rebirther that I didn't really have any problems, I just wasn't fulfilling my potential. She got me to lie down and begin the breathing technique and it was one of the most physically painful experiences I have ever had. Every joint in my body locked in tetany and I could feel something terrifying and heavy pressing down on top of me. In hindsight I would say it was the memory of a very difficult birth, but at the time, all I knew was that this technique worked. I realized that training in rebirthing was the right thing for me to do.
Holotropic Breathwork is fairly safe to practice. However, it is more intense than beginner breathing exercises and techniques, such as Pranayama. As with all breathwork, there is a risk of side effects, including emotional distress, hyperventilation, dizziness, and fainting.
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In the case of Candace Newmaker, "rebirthing therapy" was used. Traditional rebirthing therapy is itself a fringe treatment and was developed in the 1970s by Leonard Orr, a psychotherapist. It is predominantly a breathing technique and rarely lasts more than 15 minutes.
With this workshop you will dive deeper into your understanding of a breathwork session and the tools and techniques available towards the self-mastering of Tetra breathwork as well as other styles of connecting breath trainings such as Rebirthing breathwork training, Shamanic breathwork training and holoytopic-like breathwork training.
A 1996 study combined the holotropic breathing technique with psychotherapy over six months. People who participated in the breathwork and therapy significantly reduced death anxiety and increased self-esteem compared to those who only had therapy.
Holotropic breathwork may bring about intense emotions and painful memories that could worsen symptoms. Because of this, some professionals recommend that it be used in conjunction with ongoing therapy. This gives you the chance to work through and overcome any issues that arise. Most people practice the technique without any adverse side effects.
Conscious connected breathing is also known as circular breathing and originally coined as rebirthing. This technique of breathing is helpful in alleviating anxiety, headaches, pain, worry, improves self esteem, it deepens meditation, expands awareness and so much more. 2b1af7f3a8