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We live how we breathe.

Angela Sommerfeld

My "tool kit" to help those going through change processes includes a variety of methods. Our individual needs and resulting wish for change are as individual as we are.

Sound of shells combines what for me, are two of the most important aspects for initiating the process of change:

1. Our breathing

Our life on earth begins with our first breath and ends with our last breath. In between, there are a multitude of breaths of varying intensity, both on the physical as well as the spiritual level. Most of the time, we are unaware of our breathing. How we breathe reflects our situation in life, times of difficulty, and times of ease.

During my many years of learning and continuing research into breathing, I also touched on transpersonal and transcendent fields, which set in motion, for me, as well as for many other people, deep healing processes.

Our breathing affects all physical and mental processes, and vice versa. Amidst the constant and alternating inhalations and exhalations, our life takes place. Both belong together. Just as everything in this world has a counterpart (dualism), it is also connected within a larger overall context, even if we are often only able to recognise the two poles.

As a result of these experiences and the desire to get closer to the mystery of life itself, I developed the concept of spiritual breathing therapy for guiding people into spirituell experiences.

2. Sound

Sound resonates matter. Therefore, just as with drum rhythms or with the voice, the sound of the shell trumpet sets the entire body in vibration. I mainly use the shell trumpet, which brings the entire body into resonance. A harmonious sound sets healing processes in motion, relaxes both the body and the psyche, and encourages people to relax.

"The universe is sound."                                        Joachim Ernst Behrendt, music journalist