" We have entered an age where our relationships will determine the course of our society." Joshua van Asha
Synopsis for Breathe Australia Gathering
We have come to know the intricacies that facilitate our understanding of mathematics, geography, economics and chemistry. As a society we are able to dive to the deepest parts of our ocean and travel out beyond the boundaries of our solar system; yet it has been said that the relationships which we form with one another are the most complicated thing that our brains can do.
Our brains are like clay, they are malleable. They mould into whatever is most efficient for what we choose to focus them upon. It is our focus on external goals that has created the current/complicated experience of our brains, our relationships and our life. There is a consciousness developing which sees our planet as a single organism and recognises that an organism at war with itself is doomed. We have entered an age where our relationships will determine the course of our society. It is up to each and every one of us to come into loving relationship with ourself, our community, our planet and our life if we are to bloom into the beautiful civilisation that we were always meant to be.
Josh has studied philosophy, theology and spirituality for the past 10 years and found that the knowledge he acquired did not have a tangible impact upon his life. During his Breathwork training Josh uncovered something vitally important. He came to realise that all wisdom teachings had their practical application within the relationships that we create. Since becoming a qualified Breathwork Practitioner in 2016 Josh has developed and taught Relationship Mastery: the simple framework of love. It is through utilising the powerful integrative force of Breathwork and combining this with the study of Relationship Mastery that Josh facilitates the experience of loving relationships. Through personal practice and professional application Josh has come to recognise that there is nothing more transformative than the relationships which we create with one another.
The ABA committee