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Vipassana Durga : Breathwork

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Vipassana Durga, is a dynamic breathing meditation through which you will be guided in a safe and supported environment to access your inner strength of compassion.

The aim is to facilitate the release of disturbing emotional, psychological, conscious, unconsious and sunbconscious influences in order to find greater happiness for yourself beyond the constrains of conditioned behaviour, and whatever those influences may be. Heightened states of awareness and euphoria are commonly experienced, as the parasympathetic nervous system is directly stimulated and DMT (dimethyl terephthalate) is naturally produced and released by your body.

That may sound like a lot . . because it is. The outcomes experienced through this practice are very often life changing, even life saving, in the most extraordinarily positive ways. I say that with conviction as one who first experienced this practice almost forty years ago and who has been facilitating one-on-one sessions and groups, pretty-well ever since.
Related methods have been utilised by indigenous cultures for thousands of years, often referred to as Trance Therapy, Re-Birthing, Holotropic Breathing, Estatic Breathing and more recently simply as Breath-Work.

This event has been timed to coincide with the energy of the Dark Moon and the New Moon transition, offering more direct access to the the potential for a deeper and more wholistic experience. The Dark Moon period can at times feel exactly that, dark; sometimes difficult and dense with feelings, thoughts and emotions, which can have the effect of haunting one's mind. Of course this is not always the case, as deep rooted disturbence are not confined to moon cycles. Nevertheless, our relationship with these cycles is personal, and to spite one not necessarily being aware of them, direct.

With an acute appreciation for the benefits of 'looking after one-self', these sessionss are aimed at you for your sake and the sake of all, in the context of our collective wellbeing and happiness.

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I have been studying and working in the area of wholistic medicine since the 1980's.
Running retreats, workshops, healing and meditation centres, and
martial art schools in Australia, Ireland, England and Indonesia. For almost
twenty of those years I was engaged with a Vajrayana Buddhist Sangha,
consecrated in that context as a Lama and regularly visited Indonesia
where many of my Guides, Teachers and Spiritual Friends reside.

Now I am based on the Mornington Peninsula, enjoying family, friends,
qishengong, meditation, singing, bees, and the bounty
of community connections this area has to offer.

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