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Through the Breath and Body: Holotropic Breathwork

By Stanislav Grof — 2020

"I did about twenty years of clinical work with psychedelics and then went to Esalen Institute in Big Sur to write a couple of books. It wasn’t possible to continue the work with psychedelics at Esalen, so my wife Christina and I began developing a combination of breathing, music, and body work which we call holotropic breathwork. We have found that the same spectrum of experiences becomes available in the breathwork as in psychedelic sessions, but not necessarily in such a profound, overwhelming form."

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