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Leaving the AHBI Board

My dear friends at AHBI,

The time has come to take a step which I have been resisting for quite a long time:

I have to face the fact that the reality of my life with all the music and travel, clinic work and little remaining private time keeps me from directly serving AHBI as a Board member any longer in a reasonable manner.

As the German people say, I leave "with a laughing and a crying eye". 'Crying', because AHBI and Holotropic Breathwork continue to be one of the… Continue

Added by Mark Seelig on December 27, 2008 at 7:09am — 2 Comments

Mars-Saturn-Uranus T-square for the rest of December

There is a very difficult and challenging alignment of planets in the sky this month. It began the last week of November with a Sun-Mercury-Mars triple conjunction. The close activation of these archetypes, among other things, often coincides with loud, heated, aggressive opinions aimed outward. Normally just a lot of hot air, these sharp energies become much more consequential this month as they are in a T-square alignment with Saturn and Uranus.

Essentially this is the issues of… Continue

Added by Renn Butler on December 8, 2008 at 8:50pm — 2 Comments


I just come back from a family constellation in Germany and this work in a way is similar to holotropic breathwork, but on another level, and there was so much healing of old, ancient wounds, which was a big bless for me. So I feel very peaceful and quite. There is nothing to do, everything is already here or there. OM Shanti

Added by Robert Eccel on November 24, 2008 at 2:08pm — 2 Comments

Animation, inbetweening, and the wisdom of the mandala:Part 1

(For anyone who doesn't like wordy posts, there's a link part way down the page to a 5 minute picture slideshow that demonstrates what I'm saying here much better than I can say it. Feel free to skip to it)

My intuition tells me that animation and holotropic breathwork ought to be natural… Continue

Added by John Ablett on November 22, 2008 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

Greetings from Walk Your Talk '08

Greetings all, from the misty Brecon Beacons in Wales, where I am facilitating a conference called Walk Your Talk, hosted by the Associatiation of Sustainability Practitioners ( It attracts a diverse group of artists, enterpreneurs, activists, financiers, government agencies etc. all interested in creating a more sustainable world.

Our theme this year is 'Can we afford to work without heart?' The conference is not an HB… Continue

Added by Martin Boroson on November 17, 2008 at 11:00am — No Comments

blog virgin

Okay, so this is my first time making a blog entry anywhere. At first I didn't know what to write, but then I saw my buddy Glenn is on here so that made it easier. I can just say what's going on with me. As usual I woke up at some ridiculous hour - actually this one isn't so bad, it was 5. Sometimes it's 1, 2, 3, or 4. The company hosting our website just switched us to a new server, so I spent the last hour figuring out how to get my email again. And it worked! So I saw the email from Ken, and… Continue

Added by Cary on November 2, 2008 at 2:10pm — 6 Comments

Holotropic Breathwork and Reconciliation Work

By reconciliation work I mean all kinds of "peace" work that aim not just to end or reduce conflict but actually to heal and bring together. The "Truth and Reconciliation" Commission in South Africa is a model for such work in the social and political realms.

Reconciliation Work for me means working in a skillful way even though we are in some state of painful separation - within ourselves, in our families, in our relationships, between groups, or even between humans and other… Continue

Added by Kenneth Edwin Sloan on August 24, 2008 at 3:39am — No Comments

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