What if this (what you’re experiencing) isn’t what you think it is? This is a profound question and mantra brought forth by the incredible teacher and guide Zach Rehder. This question has stuck with me from having experienced one of his breath workshops, as a pivotal engagement of questioning experience within a spiritual practice and life. We are so quick to want to label things to understand, yet you may not yet realize how this aspiration takes away from being able to invite magic in our lives!
Zach’s story is one that culminates in this lesson of questioning, as his awakening path began in his late teens early 20s after growing up in a household that was devoid of religion or spiritual practice. He sought to understand and find something greater, as he knew something was missing in his life. This journey would take him into accumulating a tremendous amount of spiritual information yet happiness eluded him, as knowledge without application only takes up space in the mind versus creating positive feelings. Aka he just knew more stuff without feeling better. He had a profound insight on his path, that he shares with us today, in that if you feel you ‘know’ it, then it is not what you understand it to be. Zach shares that on his journey of finding peace, instead of understanding, breath is crucial. You cannot breathe tomorrow or in the past, you can only breathe in this moment and it is one of the best places to find yourself in our center and be in the present moment, which then gives us grace to allow.
In facilitating breath work for others, he conveyed a few stories of witnessing miraculous events such as people levitating or tumors entirely disappearing. Zach also elaborates on his awareness of the brain’s capacity to process such miracles and that the person who levitated the next day forgot. Or in another story, how three sisters witnessed their father‘s passing, and in that moment, the bed the father lay upon, shook as if it was going through an earthquake. The next day two of the sisters remembered but one did not. His point is that the brain itself cannot process infinite and by being aware of how much more there is to life, it then creates the space to allow for the beautiful unknown.
Join us today for an incredible journey into this unknown, to embrace our lives in the fullest expression they’re meant for!
Zach Rehder is an international teacher, speaker and healer. Through a series of awakenings, he became a channel for messages and energies that heal, unlock and awaken human potential. His work enables individuals to dissolve barriers and free themselves from negativity, limitation and lack. He travels to facilitate seminars and workshops and regularly hosts teleclasses and online programs. He provides remote and in-person private sessions for clients from around the globe. Many clients have experienced amazing, inexplicable healings and awakenings through Zach’s programs and sessions. His mission is to support others in their awakening process. He assists people in removing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual obstacles so that they can clearly see, hear and follow their own Divine guidance with grace and ease and fully embody who they came here to be.
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