Beyond Hypnotherapy:

February 21, 2006

Conscious Integrative Breath Therapy Is The Next Generation In Emotional Healing Therapies

The Egyptians used hypnosis 4000 years ago
and Hypnotherapy is still an effective method
of training the mind. Perhaps the most
life-changing use of this ancient technique
has been to release emotional blocks,
subconscious phobias, repressed anger
and the like resulting in a new sense
of inner peace. Conscious Integrative
Breath Therapy may be the most
effective technique used by therapists
and counselors to achieve that emotional
freedom today. 2006 Conscious Integrative
Breathwork Training and Certification will
be offered in Atlanta this Spring by
Michael Casteel of SOULutions.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 21, 2006 — The roots of all self-limiting patterns, phobias, chronic depression and addictions lie in non-integrated and repressed emotions. These buried feelings, which may date back to early childhood and even infancy, leave sufferers cut off from the world and even themselves and often manifest as both emotional and physical disease.

Conscious Integrative Breathwork (CIB) is a proven, safe and gentle process of healing and integrating negative or blocked emotions and can accelerate other forms of psychotherapy. Built on the foundations of hypnotherapy, CIB is a blend of meditation, martial arts, yoga and gymnastics utilizing gentle yet powerful forms of Hypnotherapy, Breath and Emotional Release work. Noted health expert Dr. Andrew Weil maintains, “There is nothing that you can do to improve your overall health and well-being that is more powerful than Breathwork.”

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Quote – Buddha

February 9, 2006

“Meditation brings wisdom; lack of mediation leaves ignorance. Know well what leads you forward and what hold you back, and choose the path that leads to wisdom.�

Guided Meditation for Empowered Consciousness

February 9, 2006
By: Jeanie Marshall

My definition of “meditation” is a somewhat broad one. I consider it’s an opportunity for each of us to realize our higher consciousness (or to realize our oneness with our higher consciousness) and to let go of resistance.

Benefits and Techniques of Mediation

There are many benefits to meditation, which I see as side effects or extras, rather than the primary purpose of meditation. However, many individuals are inspired to meditate because of the benefits or perceived benefits, such as improved health, greater calmness, less sleep at night. Regular meditators are generally more attentive, aware, and calm.

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Wildmind Buddhist Meditation – Link

February 8, 2006


Our mission is to benefit the world by promoting mindfulness and compassion through the practice of meditation. Meditation techniques can help you develop calmness and tranquility, reduce stress, and have a richer, deeper, experience of life.

We offer a wealth of free information on meditation techniques that you can work through at your own pace. This includes many guided meditations in RealAudio format that will lead you through the process of learning to calm your mind.

Buddhist Teacher Releases Meditation CD for Busy People

February 7, 2006
Bodhipaksa’s “Guided Meditations
for Busy People” gives people tools that
they can bring into daily life.

Newmarket, New Hampshire (PRWEB) February 7, 2006 — Want to learn meditation, but stressed about finding 30 minutes in your packed schedule? A new CD from Buddhist teacher and author Bodhipaksa may be just the thing for you. With Bodhipaksa’s “Guided Meditations for Busy People,” anyone can find time to meditate. Most of the nine meditations on the CD are around eight minutes long, and the shortest is only three minutes, meaning that even the busiest person can find the time to de-stress.

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