Let Life Breathe You!
Welcome to Let Life Breathe You!
Welcome beautiful soul! My name is Samir and I am the founder and teacher of Let Life Breathe You! I am a certified breathwork teacher and have the gift of being connected very deeply with my heart. My dharma, my purpose in life, is to guide you with my heart into your heart, the place of our true self. I show you how to use and control the breath effectively to unleash the power of your heart and to release trauma and pain from the past. How to cultivate inner peace and let go of stress and anxiety. You have all the qualities within you to live a fulfilled, healthy and joyful life. Let’s take a journey together and awaken your power.
Lots of love, Samir
to reach out to as many people as possible and connect them with their heart and love.
I wish that everybody recognizes that he/she is not just a projection of his/her negative mind and sees the divinity and beauty in him/herself to live a harmonious life in balance with all living beings and nature.
I wish that everyone can let go of the trauma, the pain and suffering of the past and the longings for the future. To start here and now to shine and heal from inside.
I wish that we all can see the divine light in each other, stop the hatred and separateness and be in love with everyone and everything, unconditionally.
May we all be blessed with love, peace and happiness!
What is Pranayama?
Pranayama is a system of breathing techniques used to harness and manipulate universal energy known as prana. It is an integral aspect of yoga, often incorporated into asana practice or used as a preliminary step for meditation.
The term is derived from several Sanskrit roots; prana meaning “vital life force,” yama meaning “control” and ayama meaning “extension” or “expansion.” The breath is symbolic of prana, and pranayama can be understood as methods to extend and expand vital life force energy through the deliberate control of respiration.
Pranayama appears in many of the earliest Indian scriptures, in which a huge range of purposes are detailed. The practice may be used for purification, achieving liberation, focussing the mind, steadying the body or as an adjunct to other techniques such as mantra chanting and meditation.
Pranayama also features as the fourth limb of Patanjali’s ashtanga system, the prominent eight-limbed path of yoga. According to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, pranayama is a preparatory practice, required prior to the more advanced techniques of pratyahara (withdrawal of the senses), dharana (concentration) and dhyana (meditation), leading to the ultimate stage of samadhi (enlightenment).
Text from https://www.yogapedia.com/