A trance is a state of ‘resting wakefulness’, without worries, and without narrow focus. In Trance you are more open, spontaneous, creative, connective, and divergent. A space where you can look at your habitual mindsets in a self-reflecting way. Self-reflection supports shifting your perspectives, beliefs and behaviour.
In the early 1960s, LSD researchers discovered that certain breathing techniques produce many of the benefits of psychedelics. Without the chemical risks, and with the ability to stay fully present. By exploring your (un)consciousness, you gain a deeper appreciation for your potential, a more profound vision for your life, and an expanded toolkit for clearing old traumas from both your psyche and your body. By exploring your (un)consciousness, you stimulate a state where possibilities are infinite to enjoy extraordinary living.
A trance makes it easier to surrender to the ‘life-force current’. In some cultures, breath is synonym for source of life; life-force; spirit; prana; ch’i; creativity; intuition; vibrancy; and so on.