Meditation teacher Scott Schwenk spent several years of his life in a Hindu monastery and was introduced to Tantrism there. After that, he continued to educate himself to become the mastermind he is today. His goal is to help seekers explore the deepest inner self and live a life of trust. In his work, Scott uses the core principles of Waking Up, Growing Up, Cleaning Up, and Showing Up.
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Get into the Flow with Breath
Meditation teacher Scott Schwenk learned to look behind the obvious at an early age, and this learning has accompanied him since childhood. Breathing is the core principle of moving from one state to another. In his contribution to the Summit, he not only tells you about his career, but also consistently includes breathing exercises so that you can wake up, reflect, and get into the flow.
In this video you will learn…
- what constitutes breathing in Scott’s teachings
- how to open yourself to more love
- which 6 points of softening there are and how you use them
- why consistent meditation keeps you awakening
- Exercise: Breathwork Exercises & Meditation
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