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'Rebirthing Breathwork is a safe and gentle empowerment technique, with Conscious Connected Breathing as its basis. Through Rebirthing we facilitate our own healing and transformation. A Rebirth Session goes for about an hour and a half. Rebirthing Breathwork helps the release of emotional blocks and enhances a state of well being. A Rebirth Session leaves the breather feeling a sense of elation, fulfillment and clarity.
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Yoga for Energy conservation not combustion - SpeakingTree (blog)

Yoga for Energy conservation not combustion - SpeakingTree (blog) | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
Yoga for Energy conservation not combustion SpeakingTree (blog) Relaxation remains the key in yogic science for Energy conservation , Energisation & healing, be it in yogic kriya,Asanas,Pranayams or Meditation, where as majorly stimulation oriented...
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Yoga Breathing May Reduce Chemotherapy Side Effects - Natural Standard Blog (blog)

Yoga Breathing May Reduce Chemotherapy Side Effects - Natural Standard Blog (blog) | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
Yoga Breathing May Reduce Chemotherapy Side EffectsNatural Standard Blog (blog)Yoga breathing techniques may improve quality of life and reduce chemotherapy side effects for cancer patients, according to a new study.

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An Answer to Existential Questions

For a more extensive exploration of existential questions in a way that bridges the gap between both science and the perspective of this video, read this exc...
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Vivation Breathwork

Vivation Breathwork

Los Angeles, CA
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Vivation is a feelings-level, self development technique that uses specific breathing rhythms, focused awareness on feelings in the body, relaxation, and willingness, to resol...

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Vivation is a feelings-level, self development technique that uses specific breathing rhythms, focused awareness on feelings in the body, relaxation, and willingness, to resolve negative emotions and (Learn how to use healing breathwork to heal negative...
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Vivation Breathwork

Move Your Body and Still Your Mind with Vivation and Flow Arts

Saturday, May 12, 2012, 9:00 AM

New Age Bible & Philosophy Center
1139 Lincoln Boulevard Santa Monica, CA

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Play, fun, fearlessness, and expansion will be the main focus of the day. First, you will learn the basics of Vivation healing breathwork from Patricia Bacall, (Ms. Vivaliciousness to you), energize yourself and find out how good your most seeming negative feelings can be, then experience a complete Vivation session. After a break, we will then go ...

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Play, fun, fearlessness, and expansion will be the main focus of the day. First, you will learn the basics of Vivation healing breathwork from Patricia Bacall, (Ms.
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Vivation International | Breathwork, Emotional Healing, Empowerment, Firewalking

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Energy Healing – Breathing Meditation | Inner Healing

Energy Healing – Breathing Meditation | Inner Healing | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
Best Source for Inner Healing Process. Search. Energy Healing – Breathing Meditation. Posted on May 9, ... This entry was posted in Inner Healing and tagged Breathing, energy, healing, meditation by admin.
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This Space: Transformation

This Space: Transformation | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
You write about Bellow's transformation from a minor to a major writer—“that readiness to follow where instinct seems to lead, which is perhaps what distinguishes the major from the minor writer”—Mr Pavone is similarly ...
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The First Day, by Leslie Kaminoff

Leslie Kaminoff (http://yogaanatomy.net), world-renowned Yoga Educator and Breath Expert brings us back to exactly what happens in the very first day of our life, with the very first breath we take. Life outside of utero starts with an inhale. In this video Leslie really reminds us of, and really fleshes out the complexity invovled in our very first few moments of life. Great lecture, very insightful.


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Natural healing - Waterford Today

Natural healing - Waterford Today | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
Natural healingWaterford TodayI'm feeling sluggish, have no energy and am currently suffering from constipation. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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The Love Guru Blaire: The Topsy Turvy World of Spiritual Healing

The Love Guru Blaire: The Topsy Turvy World of Spiritual Healing | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
When you enter the world of spiritual healing (aka, energy healing... you can read my previous post spiritual growth vs spiritual healing here) things sometimes become kind of strange. Your world sometimes gets kind of ...
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Why Birth at Home? | Private Midwifery in Sydney

Provide a gentle birth for their baby. Involve other siblings and family. Have choice and control. Reduce birth trauma. Receive care from the same midwife right the way through. Benefit from having more choices available ...
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Nicole – Sexy & Adorable South African Hottie | Zen Magazine Africa

Nicole – Sexy & Adorable South African Hottie | Zen Magazine Africa | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
Nicole is a confident commercial and runway model who loves expressing herself behind the camera.
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Scientist Drinks Billion-Year-Old Water Just to See What It's Like - Gizmodo

Scientist Drinks Billion-Year-Old Water Just to See What It's Like - Gizmodo | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
Scientist Drinks Billion-Year-Old Water Just to See What It's Like
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As a lead researcher and newfound connoisseur of primordial soup, Lollar described the physical properties of the liquid during a recent interview with the LA Times.
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Wow. 
Some experience this would be!

 

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Diaphragmatic Breathing Reduces Exercise-Induced Oxidative Stress

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Diaphragmatic breathing is relaxing and therapeutic, reduces stress, and is a fundamental procedure of Pranayama Yoga, Zen, transcendental meditation and other meditation practices.
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» The Little Guide to Contentedness :zenhabits

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The Little Guide to Contentedness

‘He who is contented is rich.’ ~Lao Tzu
Post written by Leo Babauta.

There has been little in my life that has made as much an impact as learning to be content — with my life, where I am, what I’m doing, what I have, who I’m with, who I am.
This little trick changes everything.
Let’s take a look at my life before contentedness:
I was addicted to junk food and fast food, and overweight and unhealthy. I bought too many things on impulse, owned too much clutter, and was deeply in debt and struggling to make it to the next payday. I was unhappy with who I was, wanted desperately to change, tried a thousand different programs and books. I was always worried I was missing out on exciting things, and wanted so much to be out doing the fun things everyone else was doing. I was always changing the way I did things, because it seemed everyone else had a better system or tools. I strove to meet goals, because they would get me to a better life.
And as I learned to be content, here was what changed:
I learned to be happy with healthier food, with less food, and my health improved and waistline shrunk. I relied on a good book, spending time with people I loved, going for a nice run … and my debt began to be reduced as I learned I didn’t need to spend money to enjoy myself. I learned to be happier with who I was, and what I was doing, and so no longer needed self-improvement books and programs, no longer needed to try all kinds of new systems and tools. I became happy with myself, with those around me, and with what I had — and so didn’t need to strive to change everything. Letting go of goals helped me to simplify things so I had less to worry about, less to do.
That’s just the start. There is no way to account for the tremendous change that happens when you learn to accept who you are, when you tell yourself you are perfect just as you are, when you love yourself and everything about yourself. You stop criticizing yourself, you are happier, you are a better person to be around, and you can now help others and work without the insecurities you had before.
This is not a magical state, and doesn’t require any new tools or books. It’s simple, and I’ll share what has worked for me.
Learning to Be Content

If you are in a bad place in your life, and are unhappy with everything about it (job, relationship, yourself, house, habits, etc.), it can be a miserable thing. But here’s something interesting: it can also be a happy thing.
I’ve been in situations where you might think things were bad, and sometimes I was very unhappy, and other times I was happy. The difference wasn’t in the external circumstances, but in my mindset — I learned to appreciate what I had, instead of focusing on the things I didn’t have or didn’t like. I was grateful for my health, for the people in my life, for having food and being alive.
If you can learn to develop the right mindset, you can be happy now, without changing anything else. You don’t need to wait until you’ve changed everything and made your life perfect before you’re happy — you have everything you need to be happy right now.
The mindset of waiting for happiness is a never-ending cycle. You get a better job (yay!) and then immediately start thinking about what your next promotion will be. You get a nicer house and immediately start looking at how nice your neighbors’ houses are, or the faults in the house you have. You try to change your spouse or kids, and if that works (good luck), you’ll find other things about them that need to be changed. It keeps going, until you die.
Instead, learn that you can be content now, without any external changes. Here’s how to start:
Take a moment to be grateful for something. What in your life is amazing? Even if everything seems to suck, there must be one good thing. It might simply be that you have beauty somewhere nearby, or that you are alive, or that your kids are healthy. Find something, and give thanks for that.
Catch yourself thinking, “This sucks.” It’s amazing how often people think this thought. “This sucks!” “My co-worker is the worst — he sucks!” “My wife doesn’t understand me — this suuucks!” It might be in different words, but if you catch yourself thinking something like that, pause. Reverse the thinking. Find a way to be thankful for the situation. “My wife is a caring and sweet person — maybe I should give her a hug.” “My co-worker might be annoying sometimes, but he has a good heart, and maybe I should get to know him better.” “My room might be messy but at least I have a roof over my head.”
Find the little things that can give you simple joys. What do you need to be happy? I love simple things, like taking a walk, spending time with a loved one, reading a book, eating some berries, drinking tea. These cost very little, and require very little, and can make me very happy. Find the simple things that give you similar happiness, and focus on those rather than what you don’t have.
Find the things about yourself that you’re happy with. We tend to criticize ourselves easily, but what if we turned it around and asked, “What do I do right? What am I good at? What is loveable about me?” Make a list. Start to focus on these things rather than what you’re unhappy with.
Do the same with others in your life. Instead of criticizing them, ask yourself, “What is good about this person? What do I love about them?” Make a list, and focus on these things above all else.
Assume that you, others, and life are perfect. You are great, and don’t need improvement. You aren’t a piece of clay that must be shaped and molded into something better — you are already perfect. Other people are also just as perfect, and don’t need improvement. You just need to appreciate them for who they are. The moment we are living in is not a stepping stone to something better — it is exactly wonderful, and we have already arrived at the perfect moment.
The Contented Life

It might be useful to look at what life would be like if you learned to be content:
Self image. We compare ourselves with the images in our head of perfection — movie stars, models in magazines, other people who seem to have it all together — and we can never measure up to those perfect images. But those images are not real. They are an imagined ideal. Even the beautiful people have bad hair days and feel flabby, and if you take away their photoshopped and heavily-made-up façade, you see that they are every bit as human as you are. Even the people who seem successful, living exciting lives — they have the same self-doubts you have. So if they don’t live up to this ideal image, why should you? And even if they did (which they don’t), why would you need to? When we let go of this image of perfection, we realize that we are already exactly who we should be. And then, all our need for self-improvement, and all the activity and effort and pain that implies, fades away. We are happy with ourselves, and nothing else is needed.
Relationships. If you are content with yourself, you are more likely to be a good friend, partner, parent. You are more likely to be happy and friendly and loving, more likely to be as accepting of others as you are of yourself. Relationships improve, especially when others learn to be content with themselves, from your example.
Health. Much of our culture’s unhealthiness comes from unhappiness — eating junk food to give ourselves comfort and relieve stress, not exercising because we think we can’t (because we have a bad self-image), being glued online because we think we might miss something if we turn off the computer or iPhone. When you realize that you aren’t missing anything, and you don’t need junk food to be happy, and you are good enough to exercise, you can slowly return to health.
Possessions. The overload of possessions in our lives comes from unhappiness — we buy things because we think they’ll give us comfort, coolness, happiness, security, an exciting life. When we become content with ourselves and our lives, we realize none of that is necessary, and we can start getting rid of these extraneous crutches.
Busy-ness. Much of our busy-ness comes from fear that we should be doing more, that we might be missing out, that we aren’t enough already. But we are enough, and we don’t need more, and we aren’t missing out. So we can let go of a lot of unnecessary activity, and just focus on doing what we love, and give ourselves the space to enjoy a contented life.
This is all just a few scratches on the surface of a contented life, but it gives you a picture of what might be. And the truth is, once you learn the simple trick of contentedness, it’s really a picture of what already is. You just need to let go of the fears, and see what is already here.
‘Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.’ ~Lao Tzu

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Vivation USA ~ What is Vivation?

Vivation USA ~ What is Vivation? | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
Vivation gives you the power to turn negativity into strength, strength into courage, and courage into success...Vivation ~ Making Happiness Happen.
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Global Holotropic Breathwork Day 2012—12.05.12—and Wisdom University Teleseminar Series: A Psychedelic and Holotropic Exploration of the Global Crisis - The Holotropic Breathwork Community

Global Holotropic Breathwork Day 2012—12.05.12—and Wisdom University Teleseminar Series: A Psychedelic and Holotropic Exploration of the Global Crisis - The Holotropic Breathwork Community | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
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The Hero's Journey - 10 Steps to Personal Transformation

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Beth Leas - Norwalk, CT. Awaken your inner healer (The Hero's Journey - 10 Steps to Personal Transformation !
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Energy Healing 101: Pranic, Tantric, and Reiki | Life-Health-Happiness

Energy Healing 101: Pranic, Tantric, and Reiki | Life-Health-Happiness | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
life-health-happiness.com - Life, Health, Happiness Articles & Material On the Human Condition.
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BOFA - Breathe Life

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What is Rebirthing / Breathwork?


Rebirthing is a simple breathing process. The result is a greater level of personal awareness. Awareness is the process of becoming conscious, conscious of our choices, decisions and judgments. By Rebirthing we get to view our life and decide to make new, more informed choices and judgements. We get to see, feel, and hear our experiences in a new light, with the assistance of guide, coach, mentor and Rebirther.


By doing this simple breathing process we get to breathe more. The way we breathe is reflection of our day to day experience. By learning to breathe consciously and more fully, it enables us to discover and release any tension we may have. It helps integrate changes into our lives. Change is not always easy, Rebirthing assists in releasing the tension of change.


Rebirthing began in the early 70’s by Leonard Orr and a small group of friends. This group discovered the immense impact that their birth had on their everyday experiences. Because of this the process became known as Rebirthing. Rebirthing has since undergone many changes and it is now often referred to as ‘Breathwork’ because the focus is on the breath..

 

Breathwork addresses our whole experience of life, from releasing traumas to healing relationships. It is a tool for those who want to feel, heal or accelerate their journey of personal growth and awareness. Resolving influences from our past means living in the present, making conscious choices that enhances all aspects of our life.


If “breath is life” then Breathwork is learning to experience life in joy, abundance and peace of mind.


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conscious living, hypnotherapy meditation, spiritual healing ...

conscious living, hypnotherapy meditation, spiritual healing ... | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
... the Subconscious Level through beautiful guided Hypnotherapy Journeys; Experience Profound Energetic Shifts through angel-guided Group Energy Healing; Integrate the Energetic Changes of 2012 with ease and Grace ...
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This Space: Transformation

This Space: Transformation | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
You write about Bellow's transformation from a minor to a major writer—“that readiness to follow where instinct seems to lead, which is perhaps what distinguishes the major from the minor writer”—Mr Pavone is similarly ...
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Unhappy Birthdays: Why more mothers are saying they were "birthraped" - The Vancouver Observer (blog)

Unhappy Birthdays: Why more mothers are saying they were "birthraped" - The Vancouver Observer (blog) | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
The Vancouver Observer (blog)Unhappy Birthdays: Why more mothers are saying they were "birthraped"The Vancouver Observer (blog)She is the Associate Professor of Psychology at UBC, Activities Director of the birth trauma support group Mothers of...
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Janov's Reflections on the Human Condition: On the Use of ...

Janov's Reflections on the Human Condition: On the Use of ... | Rebirthing in Lebanon | Scoop.it
Discussions about causes of anxiety, depression, psychosis, consequences of the birth trauma and life before birth. As time goes on and I learn more about the human condition, I have decided to share some of my thoughts ...
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