In a Gentle Way

As the Founder of Breathwave I want to share some information and inspiration about conscious breathing.
We are living in a very exciting time in which our whole model and vision about health and the state of our world is shifting and evolving.

The last 20 years of my life has been inspired by the results and benefits of conscious breathing. It is a very fulfilling path to share as a life purpose.

I invite you to get clear about what you want to create with your breathing. What frequency are you turning up?
When you bring intention from the conscious mind to the subconscious mind your life changes. Breath is the bridge.

I am happy to see many more scientific studies being done related to breathing and its benefits. My vision is to offer a gentle breathing practice that is free and accesible to all human beings, because breath is an unlimited, free and natural resource.

The important thing to understand about breathwork is that there are many styles of breathing and that every different pattern and style of breathing, consciously or unconsciously has a certain effect in our bodies and in our lives.

Overall we are continuing to learn more about how the breath strengthens the immune system, eliminates toxins, balances the endocrine system, improves our sleep patterns, reduces inflammation, improves circulation, balances blood pressure, massages the spine and the internal organs, calms the mind, slows down the nervous system and brings more vital oxygen into every living cell for healing and rejuvenation.

This here is my most important message – Being an athlete and a yogi, I have seen what working too hard for too long can do the body and the mind, eventually like a battery we drain out and short circuit. What impresses me more than someone that can climb everest in their board shorts is someone that can come back to their Centre and stay peaceful in a stressful world.

Some of the breathwork that is being taught is teaching people to work hard and other styles have a reputation for being a cathartic experience that is emotional and dramatic. Thankfully what we are seeing more of and what the BreathWave invites is a gentle experience that reminds breathers how to slow down and relax while accepting life as it is.
You can find this guided practice for free on SoundCloud –
https://soundcloud.com/robin-clemen…/breathwave-v-528-21-min

Calming the mind and relaxing the nervous system is the most beneficial thing we can practice today. We are living in an epidemic of degenerative diseases that are mostly caused by stress and our response to it. When we are in survival mode all of our internal systems have to work overtime. Our body is designed for survival but when we fail to relax the body it is not given a chance to heal and regenerate.

The body is self healing, self detensing, self cleansing, self regenerating. Breathing is a self healing practice, we are of the ones breathing. By deepening and relaxing our breathing we bring our selves into a more favorable healing state of harmony in a very short period of time.

Self realization is an experience of connectedness with the vital radiance of life that connects us all. I believe that we all have the ability to cultivate our own radiance but the pharmaceutical industry behind old paradigm of our education teaches the dominant darwinian view of competition, that the strongest survive. What we are seeing now as a pattern of slavery is that most of us are just struggling to survive, tied up in the system.

The new paradigm today is living our truth of infinite abundance, free energy, vital health and free resources. A way in which we can begin living this truth that there is more than enough for all of us is through an intrinsic connection with our own breath.

As more and more people connect with their own breath, this world will be a more peaceful place to freely live extraordinary lives in love and harmony.

After all, the spiritual life is an exploration of our own extraordinary nature.

Robin Clements

‘In a gentle way you can shake the world’ – Ghandi