Bassam-Younes
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A night of discovery & expansion with like-minded others in heavenly surrounds.

  • Intro-talk on the remarkable practice of Intuitive Breathing followed by classical meditation practice guided by Bassam Younes.

“The incidence of disordered breathing patterns have only recently been duly acknowledged. A considerable amount of research has now been published to validate the relationship between disordered breathing patterns and perceived pain levels, fatigue, stress, anxiety and depression.”

Christopher Gilbert, Clinical Psychologist

Intuitive Breathing is a tool for healing and transformation. Coupled with meditation practice it can lead to spiritual awakening. It is said in the Vedas (Indian Scriptures), that circular breathing leads to eternity.

Also discussed on the night are the 7 major hindrances to human happiness as expounded by Leonard Orr, pioneer of Intuitive breathing. These are:

  • The birth trauma
  • Personal lie/law
  • Parental disapproval syndrome
  • Unconscious death urge (destructive thought patterns)
  • Karmic inheritance
  • Educational abuse
  • Religious indoctrination

Note: The 7 major hindrances to happiness are sustained in the body by restrictive breathing. The purpose of intuitive breathing is to unlock these restrictive breathing patterns allowing the body to breathe intuitively again, thus releasing the hindrances naturally and painlessly.

Bassam Younes is a holistic practitioner (counselor/Breath-worker/Astrologer). He has been a keen researcher of consciousness related matters for near 30 years and is long time student of Gurdjieff’s 4th way. Bassam also teaches meditation to teachers and students in schools such as Cranbrook School where he has been running their mindfulness program for 4 years. He is currently working on an initiative to get mindfulness practice into Australian schools.

• Intro-talk on the remarkable practice of Intuitive Breathing followed by classical meditation practice guided by Bassam Younes.

“The incidence of disordered breathing patterns have only recently been duly acknowledged. A considerable amount of research has now been published to validate the relationship between disordered breathing patterns and perceived pain levels, fatigue, stress, anxiety and depression.”
Christopher Gilbert, Clinical Psychologist

Intuitive Breathing is a tool for healing and transformation. Coupled with meditation practice it can lead to spiritual awakening. It is said in the Vedas (Indian Scriptures), that circular breathing leads to eternity.

Also discussed on the night are the 7 major hindrances to human happiness as expounded by Leonard Orr, pioneer of Intuitive breathing. These are:

• The birth trauma
• Personal lie/law
• Parental disapproval syndrome
• Unconscious death urge (destructive thought patterns)
• Karmic inheritance
• Educational abuse
• Religious indoctrination

Note: The 7 major hindrances to happiness are sustained in the body by restrictive breathing. The purpose of intuitive breathing is to unlock these restrictive breathing patterns allowing the body to breathe intuitively again, thus releasing the hindrances naturally and painlessly.

Bassam Younes is a holistic practitioner (counselor/Breath-worker/Astrologer). He has been a keen researcher of consciousness related matters for near 30 years and is long time student of Gurdjieff’s 4th way. Bassam also teaches meditation to teachers and students in schools such as Cranbrook School where he has been running their mindfulness program for 4 years. He is currently working on an initiative to get mindfulness practice into Australian schools.