Help Us Put Breathwork & Breathworker into the Dictionary!
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Did you know that there is a growing field called breathwork that has been teaching people powerful healing aspects of their breathing for decades?
Efforts have been made over the past year to connect with reference book companies and Microsoft to adjoin a worldwide effort that would eventually induct the words 'breathwork' & 'breathworker' into languages all across the world.
The politics of such an effort, however, must be met with large enough authority, celebrity and social proof. We gathered support from authors, renowned breathworkers, medical professionals and modality creators. The politics were still too great so we are asking for your HELP! Jump over this line with us!
The word breathwork has been used for many decades and now in such ways as Therapeutic Breathwork, Integrative Breathwork, Holotropic Breathwork, Life Force Mastery Breathwork, International Breathwork Foundation, The Global Professional Breathwork Alliance and many more.
Many of our colleagues, who are the pioneers of the breathwork field, wholeheartedly agree that it is time to induct ‘breathwork’ and ‘breathworker’ as official spellings for both, the work we are doing and the title we use in society to present this work to people.
IT IS TIME WE RETURN THE IMPORTANCE OF OUR BREATHING BACK TO OUR HUMAN CULTURE.
On behalf of the The GPBA (Global Professional Breathwork Alliance), Do As One, Inspiration Consciousness School, Transformations, Omnibreath, Philosophical Breathwork, the IBF (International Breathwork Foundation) and our worldwide communities, we invite you to join us in this momentous occasion in etymology!
JOIN US IN FORMALLY OWNING TOGETHER THE WORDS BREATHWORK & BREATHWORKER AND THE DEFINITIONS BELOW INTO LANGUAGES OF THE WORLD. PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE!
breathwork: (breath-würk) noun
1.) The experiential field of study and practice that encompasses a variety of breathing techniques utilized individually and in groups, to cultivate self-awareness and the enhancement of physical, emotional, cognitive, or spiritual well-being.
Ex. 1: Breathwork helped the woman to open her lung capacity so that she could breathe deeply and freely.
Ex. 2: Breathwork was used successfully to increase the person's self- esteem and confidence.
Ex. 3: Breathwork assisted the man to connect with deeper meaning and purpose in his life.
breathworker: (breath-würk–er) noun
1.) A practitioner of one or more types of breathwork who facilitates others in utilizing breathing techniques for self-awareness, for the enhancement of physical, emotional, cognitive, or spiritual well-being in an individual or group setting.
Ex. 1: The breathworker skillfully assisted the woman in breathing optimally.
Ex. 2: The breathworker sensitively supported the person in releasing sadness and feeling hopeful about life.
Ex. 3: The breathworker guided the man in connecting deeply with his life purpose.
Thank you for supporting our efforts! We appreciate you!
(WE UNDERSTAND THAT MANY PETITIONS ARE AFFECTING ATROCITIES & VERY URGENT MATTERS IN HUMANITY. WE APPRECIATE YOU ALLOWING THIS TO BE IMPORTANT AS WELL AT THE LEVEL OF THE FABRIC OF OUR CULTURE.)
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