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Transcendental Breathwork Meditation

Updated: Aug 17, 2020


I remember sitting for hours and hours in one place without moving, hoping to see something, get an insight, become enlightened. I would say that 99.9% of the time, when I'd meditate, all I could see was the black color behind my eyelids.


When I think about traditional meditation, I think about sitting in one place with my eyes close without moving, repeating a mantra, or just watching my thoughts as they emerge into the surface.


After experiencing different modalities, I found many alternatives to the traditional meditation mentioned above, one of which is Transcendental Breath. After one hour of intense breathing, there's a shift in the breather's consciousness.


It's still unknown why Transcendental Breath allows the breather to access his subconscious. Still, the result is the same. The breather can access something bigger than himself or something deeper inside himself. Meditators who've been meditating for years testify that a single breathwork session was more profound than any meditation they did previously.


By having a 60 to 90 minutes session of Transcendental Breathwork meditation, you can experience something more significant than any previous traditional meditation you have done in the past.


You can read more about the latest research related to breathwork in this article: Breathwork Research & Science.



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