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I have been a certified practitioner of Holotropic Breathwork since 1988. I offer workshops in Illinois, Wisconsin, Georgia and North Carolina and occasionally in the UK.
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I have been a serious student of Jungian and Neo-Jungian psychology for the past thirty years with a special interest in Initiation, Archetypal Structures of the psyche, the Ego-Self axis and the relationship between Holotropic Breathwork and Shamanism, Alchemy and Hermeticism.
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It has been my passion and profession for over 28 years. It has been the thread that runs through all of my life since my first experience in May 1986.
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I am living in PA now and working in NJ. I just returned from a 9 day worskhop with Stan Grof and Jack Kornfield in Rinebeck, NY. However, they are both not going to in this paret of the country for some time. I wanted to connect with other breathers and continue my work. Thanks for your reply.
no the name had no family background. The Name Tom Frazier was given to a man who was raised in Germany. His Mother was married to a jewish Citizen. They escaped to the USA.before WW II. The joung man was called to the US Army and after a short training he came to Europe on duty. He fought behind the lines pretending that he was a German.
Part of his new identity was that he became a new name in the USA. He picked the name by himself. I do not know why.
Tom and his wife Delphine where over 70 when they held Workshops in Germany twice a year. They came from Stockton Ca. Tom died about 10 years ago.
The couple had participated in one workhop with Stan and Christina at Esalen many years ago. Later they offerd workshops of "deep self exploring" mainly HB workshops. Tom was a clinical psychlogist.
Thank you for your quick answer.
Maybe we meet sometimes, if not geographically we allredy met here in the cyberspce.
it might be a coincident of names. My first teacher of Holotropic Breathwork was never certified, but he did a good job together with his wife in Germany. His last name was Frazier. I wonder, if it might have been your father and mother, who taught me Breathwork. I was so exited after I first got to know HB, that I am a certified practitioner now, since 1996. I live in Germany.
Could you please tell me, if I am right.