Breathing LOVE

The idea that one can breathe Love has intrigued me from the first time I heard about Breath of LOVE. I wasn’t sure what it meant then but now I know first hand that it is the real deal. Did you know that you can stop a cycle of obsessive thinking or worrying and essentially reset your brain with a two-minute breathing exercise? Or that you can collapse the emotional charge on a memory and free up that energy for use in other ways, even after decades, in about an hour?

People make fascinating discoveries about themselves with each new layer of memory we process using the Breath of LOVE technique. Breakthroughs happen quickly and before they know it the original memory has shifted so much that the intense emotional charge is gone. In its place they find peace of mind and neutrality about what happened in that memory, for the first time. They begin to see the situation with new, more compassionate eyes for themselves and the others who were part of that memory.

Here’s what one of my clients had to say about her session:

Have you ever found acceptance or given forgiveness only to experience the emotional pain rear up and rejuvenate a memory you’d rather never relive? Working with the Breath of LOVE method is like dropping a pebble in a reflection pool of your mind – the waves of energy dissipate the reflection – in this case the reflection of a painful, charged memory. Whether collecting the dust of time or suppressed, locked in a chest – carrying weighted memories takes up space and creates side effects in the life you desire. Jodi, Breath of LOVE Practitioner and intuitive guide, has been able to help me move through life-transitioning memories which have impacted my vision and walk through life. In my experience, it felt like shrugging off a lead shawl that I have carried with me so long, it feels like it has always been there.

My last session ended with the urge to smile as healing tears of release pooled over the rim of my eye lashes. I have witnessed no medication as powerful as one’s own innate healing breath. Jodi is a gifted spiritual healer with the intuitive power to assist others in connecting with their own natural-potential healer. Open your mind and breathe!

Kelly

Love, love, love… With Valentine’s Day coming soon, I think of February as the month of Love. Take a deep breath. Breathe in Love. Let Love fill your lungs and stir your soul. That’s something you can do right this minute. You can do it any time you need a little reminder about who you really are. Let love bathe your cells and remind you what really matters. Just breathe. No appointment necessary. Breathe Love. Love yourself. Love your life.


That’s Just Love Sneaking Up On You…

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Have you noticed lately that your fuse is a little shorter than it normally is or that the challenging situations you managed in the past are suddenly unbearable? Lately, what I think of as the ‘universal tension meter’ has been off the charts. Between our exposure to the wild swings on Wall Street and in the mortgage industry, big banks and big business playing a game of corporate Pac-Man, and keeping up with the bizarre antics of this unprecedented U. S. presidential campaign season, attempting to keep a lid on our personal matters can seem overwhelming.

When we finally come to the point at which we just don’t know what to do about something anymore we are as close as we will ever be to resolution. The trick is to wake up enough, mid-crisis, to realize this, so we can remember to let down our defenses and accept whatever it is that feels so overwhelming. As we stop fighting ‘what is’ and take a conscious breath–or as many as it takes–we can finally let the distress wash over and through us and out the other side. Then breathing gets a little easier and shoulders soften and start to drop away from our ears.

When feeling overwhelmed, I have learned to stop and ask myself whether what I am feeling really belongs to me. Often I discover I picked up on a wave of emotion I took in without realizing I had done so because I either wanted to help or felt bad for others. Sometimes I realize I have reverted to an old bad habit of taking on any kind of negative emotion that is around simply because I can feel it. If you have caught yourself doing the same thing, a couple of deep breaths or a brisk walk around the neighborhood works wonders for letting it all go.

Grace enters into any situation in which she is allowed. Perhaps it has been Grace all along. knocking on our door, turning up the heat on the situation, attempting to get our attention, to remind us that we always have a choice. She is always available and only a breath away.

Love and fear cannot coexist in the same space. The moment you stop long enough to let go of your resistance to that which has you on the run and turn to face it, is the moment you awaken, once again, to the fact that love is the truth of who and what you are. Love always leads us home to the center of Who We Really Are. When we come back into alignment with our essence it is easy to see that all the fearful goings-on that ever plague us are just part of this sacred, often crazy, game of Life we are playing.

There is no getting around or away from Love. There is just forgetting and remembering, giving and receiving, breathing in and breathing out.

Ahhh, that feels much better.