“I Am NOT Your Guru.” A Breathwork Facilitator for Men’s Mental Health Month

June is men’s mental health month. In this post and video, “I Am NOT Your Guru.” Jason Samadhi shares a little bit of his struggle as breathwork facilitator.
“I Am NOT Your Guru.” A Breathwork Facilitator for Men’s Mental Health Month

June is men’s mental health month. In this post and video, “I Am NOT Your Guru,” Jason Samadhi shares a little bit of his struggle as breathwork facilitator.

When you think of a breathwork facilitator, what do you think of? Someone who’s got it all figured out? A guru. Nope, we’re human too. Do you have it all figured out? I sure don’t.

Each of us is a divine being having a human experience—each and everyone of us here in school Earth. But, no matter what you’re going through, no matter what life throws at you, just remember this:

Healing is a process, a journey. It’s okay if you’ve got your crutches, your vices. We’re all just doing the best we can. So be gentle on yourself. And you know what? You got this!

Be gentle on yourself. Love yourself. Have faith and trust that everything is exactly as it is meant to be in this moment.

Much love,

Breathwork for Men's Mental Health Month

How can breathwork help during men’s mental health month?

June is men’s mental health month. Breathwork can be a beneficial tool for men’s mental health in several ways:

  • Stress and anxiety reduction: Breathwork techniques, such as deep diaphragmatic breathing and intentional breath control, can activate the body’s relaxation response and help reduce stress and anxiety.
  • Emotional regulation: Breathwork practices can support emotional regulation by helping men become more aware of their emotions and develop the capacity to respond to them in a balanced and healthy manner.
  • Increased mental clarity and focus: Breathwork can enhance mental clarity and focus by oxygenating the brain and improving cognitive function.
  • Improved mood and well-being: Engaging in breathwork can stimulate the release of endorphins, dopamine, and serotonin—neurotransmitters associated with mood regulation and feelings of well-being.
  • Release of suppressed emotions and trauma: Breathwork can facilitate the release of suppressed emotions and trauma stored in the body.
  • Self-awareness and personal growth: Breathwork provides an opportunity for self-exploration and self-awareness.
  • Increased resilience and stress management: Regular breathwork practice can enhance resilience and equip men with effective stress management tools.

It’s important to note that breathwork is not a substitute for professional, men’s mental health treatment. If you’re dealing with significant mental health challenges, it’s essential to seek support from a qualified mental health professional who can provide appropriate guidance and interventions.

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