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  • Why do we call it a journey and not a meditation?
    Our carefully crafted journeys are designed to guide you into the depths of your subconscious mind, where past traumas and suppressed emotions reside. Through the powerful combination of transformative words and messages, we delve into the inner recesses of your being. Our unique approach is enhanced by incorporating vibrant and uplifting music and somatic breathwork, setting our sessions apart from typical meditation experiences. The multidimensional sound effects create a truly immersive and impactful journey beyond traditional meditation practices. Our guided vocals in our journeys also set us apart from typical meditation practices.
  • How do I prepare for a journey?
    It is best to stop eating 3 hours before the event. Wear comfortable clothing. If you elect to participate in an online journey, you will need a pair of headphones and a quiet room away from distractions.
  • How often can I participate in a 9D journey?
    We recommend that you only participate in a journey once a week and practice your new breathing technique between sessions. Then, once you have reached your desired level of growth or healing, you can maintain your experience by attending once or twice per month.
  • Will I need more than one journey?
    The need for multiple breathwork journeys can vary depending on your unique life circumstances and the depth of transformation you seek. While it is possible to experience profound shifts in a single journey, additional sessions may further support your personal growth and desired level of transformation. Ultimately, having multiple journeys is based on your individual needs and goals. We aim to provide a safe and nurturing space for you whether it involves a single session or an ongoing exploration.
  • What if I am not a healer or spiritual person?
    No need to be a healer or spiritual person. This experience is about releasing what no longer serve you or for your general well-being. This is open to everyone.
  • Will I be given tools to support my growth after a journey?
    In a group session, you will be given different breathing techniques to support and help you develop new breathing habits and tools to help you integrate post-journey.
  • What are the contraindications?
    Even though somatic breathwork and intermittent hypoxic training (IHT) are considered safe, if you have any of the following illnesses or conditions, you must consult your medical doctor to get permission to participate in this type of breathwork. High blood pressure Pregnant Glaucoma Detached retina Bipolar disorder, depression, schizophrenia, OCD, personality disorder, paranoia, etc. Epilepsy or epileptic seizures Cardiovascular problem History of aneurysms Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD II COPD III) Cancer, unless under the supervision of your doctor and IHT is approved and supervised Acute viral infection Osteoporosis Surgery within the last five years
  • IF I HAVE A CONTRAINDICATION, can I still experience a journey if we alter the breathing techniques?
    You can participate in the breathwork journey, and we will modify the breathwork to a gentle, simple breathing technique. The guided journey will still have a profound effect, and you will benefit and release lots of emotional baggage. You should still consult your doctor for permission, even with a modified breath.
  • Should I consult with my medical doctor before participating in a journey?
    Consulting with your primary care physician is always recommended if you have any known medical conditions.
    Safety is paramount when practicing breathwork. It is crucial to create a secure environment. Sitting down or lying down in a safe environment is essential. Never engage in breathwork while driving or operating machinery. Practicing 9D breathwork in the presence of a certified facilitator is always recommended to help you through the healing process, as emotions and physical symptoms may arise as you go through the journey. Your facilitator will guide and create a safe environment for you to release safely. However, it is also important to remember that your body knows what is best for you. Therefore, you only need to trust the process and allow this transformative experience to occur. If you have a breakthrough release, you may need your facilitator to help guide you after your session.
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