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FREE Ebook Giveaway The Little Book of Breathwork March 17-21

Posted on Mar 16, 2020 by in Blog | 6 comments

FREE Ebook Giveaway The Little Book of Breathwork March 17-21

If you have been wanting to find natural ways to feel calm during the Coronavirus outbreak, lower your blood pressure and improve your lung capacity should you get sick, I am giving away The Little Book of Breathwork for FREE March 17-21 in ebook version.

You can download your copy for FREE at this link.

The Little Book of Breathwork, Available in Audiobook, Paperback and Ebook

The Little Book of Breathwork, Available in Audiobook, Paperback and Ebook

How will you benefit from The Little Book of BreathWork:

Stress reduction through breathing, affirmations and mudras.

The Little Book of Breathwork is a handbook you can use anytime, anywhere to lower your stress naturally.

What you will learn:

  • How to use breathing exercises to reduce high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, fatigue, insomnia, asthma, pain, sleep apnea and breathing problems.
  • Affirmations to uplift your soul.
  • Hand gestures called mudras you can use to increase your inner peace, emotional balance, creativity and grounding.

Author Catherine Carrigan has taught yoga and breath work for 25 years. In her work as a medical intuitive healer, she teaches people how to heal themselves naturally without drugs.

Now here’s a somewhat funny story about The Little Book of Breathwork.

As an intuitive person whose primary gift is claircognizance, I often receive information way in advance with zero supporting information.

Even I sometimes question whether I’m totally off base.

My guidance kept bugging me to write this book.

“But why?” I kept arguing with myself.

“Who will read, need or want a book about breathing?”

Nevertheless my guides persisted.

Finally in March 2018 – exactly one year ago – I finished writing The Little Book of Breathwork at a writers retreat.

Usually I rest very aggressively before attending one of these retreats as we literally write nonstop 10 to 12 hours a day for three consecutive days.

It’s absolutely exhausting.

However, immediately before I left for the retreat I experienced a series of domestic disasters that required my complete attention.

Both of my websites crashed and burned.

Some idiot smashed my mailbox on a Friday night and a friend and I had to drop everything, spend $200 at Home Depot, and replace it.

I was busy busy busy with clients and for the previous month had been working with the great Feng shui master Katherine Graham to clear the energy in my home and increase the frequency of my surroundings.

When I wasn’t working with clients I was either driving to the paint store, picking up supplies at ACE Hardware, dropping off old belongings at Goodwill, cleaning out my closets, washing something or making decisions about how best to reorganize.

One night I was leaving to go visit a friend. I put my coat on, turned the alarm on and when I went to pull the door open the entire door handle fell off.

So I arrived at the writing retreat feeling battered and bruised, unsure whether I would be able to string any two sentences together that would make any sense, much less finish an entire book.

But after writing The Little Book of Breathwork for three days, I felt like I had been away at a spa!

I wrote about the experience in my blog article “The Mystery of Being a Writer” that you can read at this link.

Then came editing – usually my least favorite part of writing and publishing a book.

On top of the usual gut-twisting experience of coming face to face with the person who made all the errors in the book, e.g., me, I had to sort through over 70 black and white photographs of myself wearing black tights and a white shirt in a cross legged sitting position doing different mudras with my hands.

During this fun time, my accountant made a series of very expensive errors.

There was one Friday that I later referred to as a “character building day” when my wine cellar leaked and I had to use a shop vacuum to pump it out for 10 hours and my accountant took $2,000 out of my Quickbooks.

I noticed that every time I read over The Little Book of Breathwork I felt better and better, calmer and calmer.

As I practiced the hand mudras in the appendix and read over the affirmations, I noticed I could cut my anxiety level at least by half.

So fast forward precisely one year after I finished writing The Little Book of Breathwork.

The Little Book of Breathwork

The Little Book of Breathwork

I’ve been searching around for ways to help everyone get through the Coronavirus, an illness known to attack the respiratory system, hinder breathing and adversely affect people’s lungs both during and after the virus.

I published “24 Ways to Boost Your Immune System Naturally Right Now” that you can read at this link.

I wrote a blog with directions and a video for Linga Mudra, a hand mudra you can use anytime, anywhere to boost your immune system. You can read that here.

I pondered the metaphysical meaning of the Corona virus. You can read that article at this link.

And above all I know how profound the breathing exercises in The Little Book of Breathwork can be.

I wrote the book and produced a series of FREE videos of these exercises because I know you can usually cut your anxiety in half in a mere eight minutes. That’s why I called the breath work routine “Eight Minutes to Inner Peace.”

When it’s 2 a.m. and you can’t call your best friend, you can practice the breathing exercises, affirmations and hand mudras to feel better.

When you’re experiencing shortness of breath, anxiety, high blood pressure or don’t know what else to do to make yourself feel better, these are simple tools you can turn to for FREE.

If you are sick with Coronavirus and notice yourself having trouble breathing, you can turn to these breathing exercises, hand mudras and affirmations to redirect your chi and hopefully open up your airways.

You can download your copy for FREE at this link.

If you are outside the U.S. and Amazon does not allow you to download the ebook, please email atherine@catherinecarrigan.com and I’ll be more than happy to share the ebook via Wetransfer.com.

Please be sure to share the ebook with everyone who might need it right now!

What is healing? Healing happens when you learn how to breathe past your challenges, use hand mudras to heal your lungs and turn to affirmations to calm your mind.

To set up an appointment for a medical intuitive reading or healing work, email catherine@catherinecarrigan.com or call 678-612-8816. If you are outside the U.S., please call via WhatsApp. I can work with you from anywhere in the world by phone, Skype or Zoom video conference.

Resources to Cope with the Coronavirus Pandemic

I’ve been searching around for ways to help everyone get through the Coronavirus, an illness known to attack the respiratory system, hinder breathing and adversely affect people’s lungs both during and after the virus.
We added an extra Saturday morning 10 a.m. yoga class on Zoom. You can find out about joining us at the link.
Turn to Mushti Mudra to release emotional stress when you don’t think you can handle any more anxiety, depression or loneliness. Find out by reading this blog.
And above all I know how profound the breathing exercises in The Little Book of Breathwork can be.
I wrote the book and produced a series of FREE videos of these exercises because I know you can usually cut your anxiety in half in a mere eight minutes. That’s why I called the breath work routine “Eight Minutes to Inner Peace.”
When it’s 2 a.m. and you can’t call your best friend, you can practice the breathing exercises, affirmations and hand mudras to feel better.
When you’re experiencing shortness of breath, anxiety, high blood pressure or don’t know what else to do to make yourself feel better, these are simple tools you can turn to for FREE.
If you are sick with Coronavirus and notice yourself having trouble breathing, you can turn to these breathing exercises, hand mudras and affirmations to redirect your chi and hopefully open up your airways.
To join us for yoga and qi gong classes via video conference right now, email catherine@catherinecarrigan.com or call 678-612-8816 to receive the code. Yoga classes meet via Zoom.us on Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30 to 9 p.m. EST and Thursdays 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. EST. Qi gong meets on Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. EST. Saturday mornings 10 a.m.

 

 

 

6 Comments

  1. If you would like to do a podcast on your breathing information I can add your giveaway at the end to my audience. Let me know

    • Dr. Henderson, Of course! Let’s work together to keep everybody as healthy as possible. Love and light, Catherine Carrigan

      • Hi,

        I live in Serbia, Balcan, Europe.
        Could you, please, send me your e-book The Little Book of Breathwork?

        Thank you in advance.
        All the best,

        Djole

        • Absolutely! If anyone would like a copy please email catherine@catherinecarrigan.com. This is very important information right now. Within 5 days of contracting coronavirus people have difficulty breathing. The Little Book of Breathwork explains breathing exercises, hand mudras and affirmations that you can use for FREE anytime, anywhere to reduce anxiety, lower blood pressure, clear depression, improve your ability to breathe and achieve inner peace.

  2. Hi Catherine,
    I trained with Cris around 30 years ago before moving away.
    He has promoted breathing techniques for a while now and I know he is a big fan of you and your work.
    I’d love a copy of your book – Is their a UK link.
    I’m more then happy to pay.
    Regards
    Gary Conway

    • Hi Gary, Everyone outside the US is welcome to email me at catherine@catherinecarrigan.com and I will send you The Little Book of Breathwork via Wetransfer.com. Within 5 days of contracting coronavirus people go into respiratory distress. A UK homeopath told me this morning that when people are dying from coronavirus they feel like they are drowning. This information is critical right now. Please share the book with everyone you feel might benefit! Love and light, Catherine Carrigan

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