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 The Great Awakening Report investigates, researches, and reports on new programs and relevant topics in our latest SPECIAL REPORT: TRANSFORMATIONAL BREATHING SERIES


Publish Date; November 1st, 2022 | Updated 💢




Mental / Physical / Emotional / Spiritual / Meditational Healing Practice


Healing Scripture, Meditation & Prayer, Transformational Strategies, Solfeggio Frequencies, Modern Breath Work, Conscious & Unconscious Breathing, Breathe Ecstatically, Integrative Breathing, Holotropic Breath Work, Rebirthing, Alchemy of Breath, Radiance Breathwork, Alchemy of Breath, Biodynamic Breathwork, The Wim Hof Method, Clarity Breathwork, Liberation Breathwork, Quantum Light Breath, Breath of Bliss, Belly Breathing Work, The Bridge, Body Mapping, Toning, Vibrational Frequencies, Just Intonation, Twelve-Tone Equal Temperament, New Creative Techniques, Simple Practice Habits, GAR Redefining Health Report, The Healing Web, New Research & Discoveries. 

Series Creator: Carol Mae Whittick

Young white woman doing breathing practice during meditation indoors

Welcome to the Transformational Breathing Series

We welcome you to our new “Transformational Breathing Series” from the Great Awakening Report. This series is an offering from us to assist you in bringing forth a balanced, calm, and productive life.
Our breath is vital; It is what animates our souls and bodies as we experience life.
Whenever we encounter challenges, our breathing is the first aspect to suffer and often the last thing we consider as a remedy. We hold our breath,  hyperventilate, or do not consciously allow our breath to enter deep into our bodies, denying ourselves access to this healing life energy.

Then the Lord God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being. (‭‭Genesis‬ ‭2‬‬:‭7‬ NIV)

Each Transitional Breathing practice will utilize different techniques to address specific issues. The accompanying music will be embedded with a Solfeggio frequency chosen for its exceptional healing quality to deepen the impact of your practice.
These practices will be brief, making it easy for you to develop consistency and gain the maximum benefits.

Breathing Practices & Definitions

Breathing Practices & Definitions

“Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky.
Conscious breathing is my anchor.”
― Thich Nhat Hang

The breath has played an essential role throughout history, and the word ‘breath’ and ‘spirit’ share the same origin in many languages. Breath-centered practices and meditations are in many ancient cultures and religions, including Taoism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, Yoga, Qigong, Shamanism, Sufism, and martial arts. Many of these cultures and religions used breathing techniques for similar reasons as Modern Breath Work – to alter consciousness for spiritual purposes, self-discovery, and healing.

Westerners mostly forgot the practice of using the breath for healing and awakening during civilization; however, it experienced a re-emergence in the 1960’s thanks primarily to four people – Stanislav and Christine Grof, Leonard Orr, and Sondra Ray. These four individuals gave birth to the two original branches of modern-day Breathwork – Holotropic and Rebirthing, from which dozens of offshoots have since been born.

Transformational Breathing is a gentle, simple technique that helps people to open up the full potential of their breathing system for better physical and emotional well-being. It teaches a pattern of conscious breathing that is natural, safe, and healthy. It can have many benefits, including increased energy, better immune response, and increased ability to deal with stress healthily.

Dr. Judith Kravitz / Alchemy of Breath

Transformational Breathing is a cutting-edge breath work therapy combining conscious breathing, gentle body mapping (similar to acupressure), movement, toning (vocal sound), and positive affirmations.

Transformative Breath Work is a direct application of conscious, connected breathing. Taking a relaxed physical position, you sustain a full and flowing breath through the nose and/or open mouth. You actively breathe in by lifting the upper chest or expanding the belly, then exhale naturally with the intention to relax and let go completely.

Human respiration is controlled consciously or unconsciously. Conscious breathing is an umbrella term for methods that direct awareness to the breath. These methods may aim to improve breathing, or the primary goal can be to build mindfulness.

To Breathe Ecstatically is to activate all levels of being into “a state of being beyond reason and self-control.” Through the dynamic movement of breath that is both energizing and highly focused, we move into a space of release, of letting go. It is a practice of surrender and flow.

Integrative Breathing is a potent, safe, and natural healing process which utilizes conscious breathing patterns to induce healing–physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. As we expand the quality and quantity of breath in our body, our healing energy intensifies.

The History of BreathWork

The History of BreathWork

“Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts. Whenever your mind becomes scattered, use your breath as the means to take hold of your mind again.” ― Thich Nhat Hanh

Background Research & History

Holotropic Breathwork
Born in 1931, Stan Grof came to the US as an émigré in 1967 with a Master’s Degree in Psychiatry and a Ph.D. in Medicine. As one of the founders of Transpersonal Psychology, Grof worked at Johns Hopkins Hospital before moving to become a resident professor at the Esalen Institute in California.
During his LSD research before it became classified as an illegal drug, Grof noted that many of his patients demonstrated a particular breathing pattern towards the end of the LSD trip. Inquiry revealed the reason for this was that breathing in this way prolonged the influence of the drug. This revelation led Grof and his wife Christine to begin their research into the breath. His assertion that many non-ordinary states of mind and rapid self-healing could be achieved by modifying the breath led to the development of Holotropic Breathwork.
Leonard Orr discovered and developed the technique of ‘conscious connected breathing’ in the late 60s; he said Shri Mahavatar Babaji inspired him at his Ashram in the Himalayas. Leonard discovered Breathwork while sitting in a tub and experimenting with various deep breathing patterns. He claims he experienced his birth while breathing a connected breath in warm water, and from this experience, Rebirthing was born.
Sondra Ray was introduced to rebirthing in 1974 when she went to Leonard for help with various issues. She is now referred to as the ‘Mother of Rebirthing’ because of her extensive training of Rebirthers and in-depth knowledge of how birth trauma affects our lives.
The Difference Between Holotropic Breathwork and Rebirthing
Holotropic Breathwork differs from Rebirthing in several ways. Firstly, Rebirthing is traditionally done through the nose instead of the mouth (although this is no longer always the case). It focuses on a complete inhale instead of a forceful exhale. Secondly, music is a fundamental part of Holotropic Breathwork, but not of Rebirthing. Thirdly, in Rebirthing, the facilitator guides the breath, whereas Holotropic Breathwork emphasizes self-healing, and the sessions are primarily self-directed. There is no “proper” way to do Holotropic breathing, and the only instruction is to “breathe deeper and faster than normal.” Another way these two Breathworks differ is that  Holotropic tends towards a more psychiatric interpretation of the human condition, and Rebirthing is more towards the psychological.
A 21st Century Resurgence
The popularity of Breathwork waned after the 1970s; however, in the past five years, it has experienced a significant resurgence, with some calling it ‘the New Yoga.’ There are now more than 50 variants of Breathwork, and some of the most well-known include Transformational Breathwork, Transformations Breathwork, Integrative Breathwork, Radiance Breathwork, Alchemy of Breath, Biodynamic Breathwork, The Wim Hof Method, Clarity Breathwork, Liberation Breathwork (founded by Sondra Ray), Quantum Light Breath, and Breath of Bliss.
Each one of these types of Breathwork is distinct from the other. Some are for groups, and others are more for one-on-one sessions. Some avoid catharsis altogether, while others use it as a functional reference point: some last 30 minutes, and others 3 hours. The pace of the breath, primary purpose, and external stimuli (music, incense, instruments, etc.) can also vary. They all have a common focus on conscious breathing in a non-regular pattern to alter the mind-body-emotional state.
How Alchemy of Breath Differs
Anthony Abbagnano developed the alchemy of Breath, an amalgamation of Holotropic Breathwork and Rebirthing. Similar to Rebirthing, it emphasizes the inhale and encourages a passive exhale. Similar to Holotropic Breathwork, music is often used to help guide the journey. In Alchemy of Breath, we use conscious, connected breathing as the foundation for healing and personal development; however, learnings from philosophy, Jungian psychology, sound medicine, Conscious Loving, hypnotherapy, and Matrix Energetics (the study of miracles) are also woven into AoB offerings.
Another way AoB differs is in the use of inquiry questions. We do this to encourage an inner dialogue for the breather. We also do this because many people who feel overwhelmed don’t realize that their overwhelming feeling may belong to a younger version of themselves. The practice of inquiry can help them distinguish themselves as ‘the inquirer’ from the ‘little one that is overwhelmed.’ A final distinguishing characteristic of AoB is the focus on duality and the reintegration of lost and broken parts of the self, which can be achieved using a method developed by Anthony called ‘The Bridge.’

Alchemy of Breath

About Solfeggio Frequencies

About Solfeggio Frequencies

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe,
think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”
Nikola Tesla

Back in the 11th century, a Benedictine monk named Guido d’Arezzo introduced the musical scale we now know as the Solfeggio frequencies – though modern research contests that the scale dates back much further (1).
The monks used the original six Solfeggio notes in their Gregorian chants, which we now know to consist of the frequencies: 396, 417, 528, 639, 741, and 852 (Hertz).

Some say the Solfeggio was simply abandoned for a new music scale, others argue that it disappeared among the political and religious turmoil of Western Europe’s Middle Ages. There are even some who posit some more, well, conspiratorial theories, from Biblical secrets to plots by the Roman Catholic Church. Whatever the cause, the six-tone Solfeggio scale, also known as “Just Intonation,” was replaced by the “Twelve-Tone Equal Temperament,” which is what we still use today (2).

The 7 Primary Human Challenges 

The 7 Primary Human Challenges 

Health / Emotions / Abundance / Relationships / Purpose / Awakening / Expansion

This series of Transformational Breathing offers a practice for each of the 7 Primary Human Challenges.

1. Health

Good health is our foundation. When we experience disease – dis-ease, the absence of ease and efficiency in our body – our quality of life is compromised. Nothing else can be achieved when our time and resources focus on bringing the body back into balance. Our relationships, work, and wealth are all affected. Modern society has convinced people to only address health after we have an issue and often is only focused on alleviating symptoms instead of addressing the root cause.

This practice is created to activate your innate healing ability. Using the Solfeggio frequency of 285 Hz, associated with cellular repair, helps the body’s tissue and organs regenerate, improving overall well-being and rejuvenation of the body.
The pranayama breathing exercise is Anulom Vilom, a form of alternate nostril breathing.

  • Creates balance within the body, feminine/masculine emotion, and logic.
  • Assists improvement of circulatory and respiratory problems
  • Regulates blood pressure by managing blood circulation.
  • Improves the muscular system and provides an overall sense of well-being.

TRANSFORMATIONAL BREATHING – HEALTH | STRESS from Great Awakening Report on Vimeo.

2. Emotions – Fear

Fear is what we experience if perceive ourselves to be in danger. This can be physical, emotional, or psychological. The fear can also be real or imagined.
While fear is an important indicator to help keep us safe, being in fear long-term is detrimental to our quality of life.
When we are in fear, our breathing is often affected. We can experience shortness of breath, hold our breath – depriving our bodies of oxygen, or hyperventilate, which activates the sympathetic nervous system, increasing the heart rate, raising the blood pressure, and making us feel anxious.
Fear takes us out of the present moment as we imagine all the potential dangers ahead of us.
When can bring our awareness back to the present and ground ourselves, we will realize that at this moment, we are safe and in control. We are then able to calmly and objectively address our thoughts. And then take the relevant action if needed.

The breathing pattern in this practice is often called Box Breathing. You will inhale for four counts, hold for four counts and exhale for four counts. Over time, as your capacity grows, you may choose to increase the count.
The Solfeggio frequency 396 Hz is used because of its ability to alleviate feelings of guilt and fear, making space for us to experience the joys and endless possibilities of life.

TRANSFORMATIONAL BREATHING – EMOTIONS | FEAR from Great Awakening Report on Vimeo.

3. Abundance

So many of us feel contracted when we think about money. Our mind moves from appreciating what we have in the present moment to being concerned about the future. We worry about having enough to meet our needs or that we will lose what we have. In these present times, these are valid concerns.
Many of our issues around money are rooted in trauma, shame, and/or unworthiness that build limiting beliefs blocking the flow of abundance. So, if we can cultivate a feeling of deserving, being supported, and trusting, we are open to receiving what we need, when we need it, in whatever form it is presented to us.
Remember that abundance is your birthright; know that all our needs WILL be met.

In this breathing practice, we will first work to release any blocks and tensions you may be holding and then open up to receive.
The Solfeggio frequency is 528 Hz to clear away old fear and negative blockages and assist in manifesting abundance and harmony.

TRANSFORMATIONAL BREATHING – ABUNDANCE from Great Awakening Report on Vimeo.

4. Relationships

Our success in our relationships aligns with the relationship we have with ourselves.
The more we are able to confront and heal our deep traumas and break cycles of abuse, the better we are able to relate to others.
At the core of this is true self-love. Living and radiating our deep appreciation for who we are as an individual will be reflected in how we are met by others. The deeper we journey into the true knowledge of who we are, the richer our external experiences are.
We are rooted in Self, unperturbed by people’s reactions, we can recognize they indicate areas where they have not met themselves.
We radiate confidence and communicate sincerely – the cornerstone for all relationships.
The more you reside in this space of self-love people will see and meet you as your Highest Self, respect, and love you.

The solfeggio frequency accompanying this practice is 639 Hz for connection, harmony, and peace.
We will practice the Heart Chakra breathing technique that will bring deep awareness into your heart, dissolving any blocks and inviting love and unity.


5. Purpose

Modern society has placed such a focus on “earning a living” that the majority of people choose work that will give them the greatest financial reward. Sadly this means that most are in work that cannot fulfill them on a deeper level. They spend their years feeling overlooked and unappreciated.
This is the state of mind of most adults and, therefore, society; unfulfilled people going along to get along, too fearful of addressing this core aspect, and easily distracted by useless things that offer only fleeting gratification.
Despite this need for change, most people have no idea of what they would do given the freedom to choose and also hold the belief that they will not be able to support themselves and family without a job. The lack we feel is from knowing that we are not serving, that our work is not contributing to the collective in a meaningful way.
Imagine the shift we would experience if everybody were working with purpose, and you will see why it is imperative that more people discover this in themselves.
The world needs people who lead with their purpose and know that if you are serving others, you will always be supported.

This practice is Ujjayi pranayama (ocean breath, victorious breath) good for increasing mental clarity, concentration, and strengthening your nervous system. The Solfeggio Frequency is 741Hz, a tone strengthening the ability to express yourself freely and openly.

TRANSFORMATIONAL BREATHING – PURPOSE from Great Awakening Report on Vimeo.

6. Awakening

Awakening and embarking on your spiritual journey is a magical yet daunting experience. This is the beginning of self-discovery, healing, and individuation. It is a transformative lifelong undertaking. As you grow, you will discover the true beauty of reality, nature, and the soul of others. Your curiosity will blossom. There will be a new perception of what is possible in life as latent abilities, intuition, manifestation, and Clair senses are activated.
Over time you will find yourself drawn to like-minded, heart-centered people.

This practice incorporates Conscious Connected Breathing, a powerful process that transforms us physically as more oxygen enters our cells, emotionally as it brings awareness to suppressed feelings and, on a spiritual level building a sense of wholeness and connection. The Solfeggio Frequency is 852Hz aligns us with the spiritual order of the world and is in tune with our higher self.

TRANSFORMATIONAL BREATHING – AWAKENING from Great Awakening Report on Vimeo.

7. Expansion

Our expansion reminds us of our union with universal consciousness, intuitive knowledge, and love, where everything is possible.
We are supported, allowing ourselves to ‘be’ and release the need to ‘do.’
We easily observe ourselves, our reactions, and our emotions. And can therefore appreciate and respect the journey of those in our lives and honor the choices they make.
Recognizing that all is well.

This practice is Om/Aum Chanting or Ugdeeth Pranayama.
Om is a sacred sound of the divine and represents the sound of the universe. The chanting of Om/Aum connects us to this energy. It is beneficial for spiritual growth, it fills our body with energy, peace, and tranquility.
The Solfeggio frequency is 963 Hz, which takes us to the highest plane of consciousness and connects us with the perfection of the universe.

TRANSFORMATIONAL BREATHING – EXPANSION from Great Awakening Report on Vimeo.

Transformational Breathing Series was developed incorporating several strategies, including conscious breathing techniques and various other healing and spiritual principles; transformational Breathing is a highly efficient and effective technique that has been used and found beneficial by many thousands of people worldwide for over fifty years.

Transformational Breathing Series is shared as a powerful self-help tool for those seeking intentional awakening and healing to give an understanding of how they can work with their own breath on an ongoing basis to create personal transformation. It can and has been used to great effect either on its own or in combination with other types of tools/treatments.

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Breathwork results in specific physiological changes in the body and can result in intense physical and emotional release. As a precaution, the following conditions are contraindicated in certain breathwork practices.
If you have any concerns, please consult a medical professional prior to beginning any practices.

Medical Contraindications
Detached Retina
Prior strokes or seizures
Thyroid conditions
Recent surgical procedures
High/low blood pressure
Pregnancy – first trimester only – ok, after that
History of seizure

Psychiatric Contraindications
Prior diagnosis by a health professional of bipolar disorder or schizophrenia
Psychotic or borderline psychotic states
Any other medical, psychiatric, or physical conditions which would impair or affect the ability to engage in any activities involving intense physical and/or emotional release.



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