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Birth is where Babys first impressions of our universe begins

From Baby’s point of view ~ his or her First (and most important) Birthday gathering would best be held at home; with ‘selected guests only’ invited. Home is a place where both parents are likely to be most relaxed, and where extended members of the family are more likely to be on hand to welcome the new arrival.

But, by far the biggest advantage of a Homebirth – is the potential for an amazing and unprecedented level of support from a Homebirth Midwife. Usually an Experienced/Qualified Homebirth Midwife has the wisdom to begin Birth preparation well before the labour begins. Advice and support can be available on diet, exercise and relaxation strategies; as well as the type of Homebirth suitable for the Mother involved.

The planning available with a Homebirth and support after the event, is much more extensive than what is on offer in most hospitals. Read the rest of this entry »


So far we have explored lots of simple yet effective ways to Breathe into Life – practice of any one of these Breathing Techniques will bring Positive Results.

Now we are ready to taste the most Powerful Breathing Technique I know – Conscious Connected Breathing (CCB). When CCB is combined with the Principal Truth – All Thought is CreativeWe have the Ultimate Healing Therapy on this Planet – Rebirthing – most recently called Breathwork.

At birth we have our first experiences separate form mother.

At birth we have our first experiences separate form mother.


The term Rebirthing came from the fact that during this Breathwork Therapy a client will access and heal aspects of their individual Birth Experience – which for most of us was VERY Traumatic. It was at Birth where we took our First Breath. And it was at Birth where our Breath was Read the rest of this entry »

Although our Breathing is an involuntary, automatic and self-regulating function of our nervous system; we do have the ability to consciously alter our breath. It takes no conscious effort on our part for our breathing to keep us alive. Yet if we choose we can stop our Breath for a short time, speed it up or slow it down. This is not possible with our other involuntary functions like digestion and circulation. Our individual Breathing mechanism is VERY unique and powerful.

Parts of the body involved in taking a Breath include the Nose, Lungs, Pharynx, Trachea, Diaphragm, Bronchi and Ribcage. While the muscles of the chest control our Breathing Movements, it is the Nose that regulates the temperature and filters the air before it gets into the lungs. We move approximately 8,640 litres of air in and out of our lungs everyday (41/2 times more than we eat or drink). The air contains oxygen which is delivered to the cells, where it is consumed and generates power. Each time we inhale and exhale we take in 10,000,000,000,000,000,000, (10 to the power of 22) atoms.

Be still & observe

Be still & observe

Lets take a moment to simply RELAX – Be Still – and observe our Breath. Close your eyes and as you RELAX – just begin to notice Read the rest of this entry »

Have you ever wondered why you feel like ‘crap’ when you don’t get enough sleep?? – YES — it’s because you are ‘crappy’ – The TRUTH is you didn’t give your body a chance to DETOX – so you are feeling crap cause your system is clogged with toxins & gunk that is normally/Naturally cleared away while you snooze!!
Next time you get the chance to observe someone in a deep sleep – don’t tickle their feet to wake em up!! Instead, sit with them for awhile & try and pace your breathing (remember, make sure they are in a deep sleep) with theirs.
VERY QUICKLY you will notice how deep & long & slow each breath is!! Read the rest of this entry »

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