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Holotropic Breathwork

  title={Holotropic Breathwork},
  author={Holotropic Breathwork},
H Breathwork is one of the more recent contributions to depth psychology, a discipline initiated at the beginning of the twentieth century by the Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud. Since Freud single-handedly laid the foundations of this new fi eld, depth psychology has had a complex and stormy history. Freud’s contributions to psychology and psychiatry were truly groundbreaking. He demonstrated the existence of the unconscious and described its dynamics, developed the technique of dream… 
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