A few years back, I was introduced to the Quantum Light Breath. With my body-being craving oxygen like never before these days, and without the financial means to afford regular major autohemotherapy ozone treatments, intuition guided me to explore this amazing process work again. Listening to a CD is a little less expensive than a 1200 dollar ozone treatment.
One of the most impressive ‘side-effects’ of Quantum Light Breath is the oxygen-enhancing capabilities of deep breathing. With that oxygen comes prana, Qi, the life force energy–the essence of who and what we really are. God breathing us, revitalizing us.
The inventor of Quantum Light Breath was Jeru Kabbal. By biographical accounts, an amazing man who passed on in 2000. The last words Jeru wrote were:
“You are already that which you long to be.”
His life work was expressed in what is known as the Clarity Process, wherein Quantum Light Breath is one of the primary aspects. This Clarity work allows one to release unconscious patterns, old traumas while regaining inner peace, enhancing emotional growth, and deepening compassionate action. The foundational basics of the Jeru’s Clarity work came from Vippassana meditation, which in modern times is often referred to as ‘Insight Meditation’. This style links back 2500 years to the time of the Buddha.
My experience this week with this breathing/process work (a mixture of music, dialogue and guided breath meditation) has been subtle yet profound. How can it be both. Subtle in that no major trauma or intensity was being experienced beforehand and yet something profound was happening at a deep, inner level which has brought out an even more palpable sense of ease and peace. Some of the benefits include: cleansing body and soul, being more in the moment, strengthening the ability to heal yourslef, releasing old anxieties, anger and stress and expanding awareness.
One of the people that Jeru trained personally is Taetske Kleijn. She leads a 3- year training called Clarity Inner Core. Intuitively I feel led to undertake this training, though having no idea how I will pay for it. Though it is only about 3000 dollars initially, the cost adds up via twice annual travel to Europe for the training/retreats. First, a prerequisite is required, a week-long workshop in France in February. We shall see how life unfolds in that direction.