This is part of a blog series, below are the links to all of the blogs in this series in order.
As the body releases and opens to stillness, we allow time and space to take a moment for silent devotion. This stage of a session is tailored to honor the uniqueness of each individual's spiritual path, creating a sacred container for deep inner experiences. Infusing our breath practice with devotion, invites us to ask ourselves a powerful question: why are we doing this work? Most Eastern meditative systems emphasize that technique is not as important as the spirit and intent with which we approach our practice. It is highly encouraged that our intention be of a spiritual nature—one that infuses our practice with feeling, vitality, and purpose. For without spiritual awareness, there can be no inner transformation, thus no transformation in ourselves or in our lives.
As we attune to an inner state of devotion, we move forward to Attending to the Flow of the Breath, the third stage of a Restorative Breathwork session...coming up in our next blog.