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Dec 07

How To Control Your Mind Using Your Breath

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How To Control Your Mind Using Your Breath EOA

Often people tend to make decisions and choices using a chaotic way of thinking. When the brain is running in ‘survival mode’, we have to make split-second decisions so we just do what needs to be done. In hindsight, we often would’ve made a very different decision or choice had we been in a different place […]

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Nov 30

Breathing To Be ‘Mission Ready’

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Breathing To Be Mission Ready - Experts On Air

Today we’re talking about breathing to be ‘mission ready’. You might have heard us using this term before but what does it mean? In a world where we’re constantly trying to better ourselves, be it in our careers, our relationships or other areas of life, it’s easy to become complacent. We spend time learning new techniques and […]

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Nov 22

Are You Unconsciously Rejecting Your Body?

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Are You Unconsciously Rejecting Your Body EOA Featured Image

Today’s topic of discussion is something everyone can do, but most people aren’t even aware of: the unconscious rejection of your body.  It may sound strange, but we do have the ability to reject our own bodies, to some degree. When we’re disconnected, we become cranky and desensitised to our emotions and energy.  By using […]

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Nov 15

I need more space! Breathe…

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I need more space! Breathe EOA

Have you ever thought to yourself (or even said out aloud), “I just need more space? Give me some more space, please.” You’d be a rare beast if you hadn’t. Most of us are overloaded. We’ve got too much going on in our heads and have trouble staying focused or on track. Often we might observe it […]

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Oct 18

Breathing For Your Relationship

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Breathing For Your Relationship

We’ve been together 10 years and people often ask us, “what’s your secret?” The answer is: it takes work and a lot of breathing. Humans in general are reactive, and especially so in our relationships. It’s this kind of negative behaviour that causes most riffs between partners. Another major behavioural pattern we’ve noticed in ourselves […]

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