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    Every journey begins with the breath.

  • spiritual journeys with the breath

    Breath is the soul, the spirit, the essence.

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Breathing Journeys offer spiritual retreats using meditation, breathwork and other practices to support and facilitate spiritual awakening, held in beautiful locations in Scotland and the UK.

Learning to journey with the breath gives people access to their own sense of divinity. It gives people a stronger connection to that aspect of experience we may call spirit. Allowing this to inform our way of living in the here and now of our daily lives gives rise to the miraculous.

We can heal with the breath.

We can allow spirit to help us restore balance.

We can become the person we wish to see acting in our own best interest.

Beyond teachers, programmes and our own ideas of right and wrong, the reality of the breath means that wherever you think you are in your life, you are always connected to spirit.

We invite you to come with everything you long for, everything you struggle with and everything you wish for your life. Trust that you have the time, the energy and the capabilities to create a fuller, richer and more extraordinary journey through life.

It simply involves breathing.

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Walking, Meditation and Breathwork Retreat, Scotland, UK

Walking in Wisdom Walking, Meditation and Breathwork Retreat 18-25 August 2018 Perthshire, Scotland Price: From £950 Enjoy a week of walking, meditation and breathwork set in the beautiful mountains of Scotland. The transformation effects of daily breathwork sessions will be grounded through walks

Yoga, Meditation and Breathwork Retreat, Spain

Perfect Body, Perfect Mind Yoga and Breathwork Retreat July 8-15 Hacienda Retreat, Spain Price: From £950 This week, set in the wonderful Hacienda Retreat Centre in southern Spain, will incorporate daily yoga sessions with meditation practice and breath work sessions to help you arrive at a more em

Making the Unseen Seen – Some Thoughts

The title of this post is taken from this years theme from my local branch of The Soroptimsts (a global volunteer movement working together to transform the lives of women and girls), who have kindly invited me to go and give a talk within this theme. Where do you start? As I delve into what it mean