Friday, February 13, 2009
Remembering to Breathe
Why is breathing and centering our attention on our breath important?
Any spiritual work is about bringing the physical field, the emotional field, and the mental field into unity, into oneness. How does this happen? It happens through the breath. The breath is the spirit. The breath is the catalyst. The breath shakes things up and moves things. It keeps things moving. Every little cell is more alive and vibrating. I consider that we are a series of vibrations; we’re pure energy. When we’re plugged into the master current, to the big current, it’s held together by an invisible force called breath. So we want to make more and more space for our breath. The deeper you breathe, the more fully you’re alive.
- Gabrielle Roth
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- Karen Wallace M.Ed. BCATR is an art therapist, artist, and art instructor living and working in Regina SK. Canada. She has a private practice with adults and children and specializes in depression, trauma, life transition and abuse work. She facilitates art therapy, creativity and art groups. She teaches internationally. She shows her mixed media art in galleries in Regina, Victoria B.C. and the Gulf Islands. Karen is known for her enthusiastic and dynamic teaching style. Her workshops are rich, playful and creative. Karen’s art work is a reflection of her art therapy work. She expresses her love of nature, her practice of Buddhism and her family in her art. Web site: www.islandnet.com/~kwallace