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Can you Answer my question Elliott if you have met a person that been though a lot like horrible things for example me I have an illness but I'm recovering day by day my when I watch your videos
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+Tom Williams I disagree Tom theres a difference with dating and having a relationship for x amount of time dating,  both should be treated as learning curves women arent as bad as you think.  
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training adrenal glands again i see?      and teaching others to try it...
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Elliott Hulse here.  I've had this video removed at least a dozen times from various channels owned by people who have not respected my decision to hide it.  But, I am not going to flag it this time.

Since uploading this video to my channel over, almost 3 years ago, I have met and been contacted by hundreds of men and woman who thanked me for helping change their lives by introducing them to bioenergetics.  After learning about people who overcame depression, anxiety, dissociation, low energy, poor self-esteem and suicidal thoughts by observing my openness and vulnerability in this video... I realize just how important this video is in facilitating the global spiritual awakening upon us.

If you watch this video and are moved by it, I invite you to give bioenergetics a try.  Although it requires the difficult task of setting your ego aside, and yielding into the irrational spontaneous movement of your body... you will find freedom!

If what you see me doing here makes you cringe and feel uncomfortable,  you may need this more than anyone.  Read some of the work by Alexander Lowen, particularly "Fear Of Life".  This will give your rational mind some comfort while exploring your inner world of fear, guilt and shame.

Finally, not only will I allow this video to remain... I invite you to share it.  Or better yet, develop the courage to make your own bioenergetic catharsis video.  The world needs more openness and vulnerability, and by you letting down you not only free yourself, you give others the permission they need to release, relax and breathe into their balls (or pelvic floor) also.

With relentless love and strength, 
Elliott "Big Belly Breathing" Hulse :) 
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Elliot. I can understand how embarrassing it must be to witness this and trying to have it removed.

I realized whenever i got stressed at life i chucked little raw tantrums like this in my car when alone.
Sometimes, you just gotta scream, sometimes you gotta punch, sometimes you have to fucking SQUEEEEEEZE. and i used to pity myself for acting like this. I stumble across this video right now after years of watching you and pretty well never subscribing or commenting.

And i just want to say how much i respect you for everything you do. Because this is one of the rawest things ive ever seen its not about the balls it would have taken to upload it when you did, its just about being human.

We are not men in suits. We are Animals. I will never pity myself for throwing a tantrum, expressing, bioenergetics or just talking to myself like i have some aggressive back seat altar ego, whatever, i needed to see this.

While not at that point of stress yet, it will come again.

And i'll remember this video.

Cheers big guy.
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Elliot & the gentleman who asked this question. The nicotine addiction is gone after 7 days.
The 'addiction' then becomes a psychological addiction.
Elliot you danced around the problem, however his addiction is not a meditation of the hands but one of breath.

When ever this gentleman needs to smoke. Take a deep breath in. Inhale through the nostrils, suspend the breath within the lungs. Then while the lips are in a o shape (similar to when you exhale smoke from a cigarette) exhale.
Again, this addiction is a psychological addiction & a psychosocial addiction of the breath.

Please YouTube the following video
' Yogi Bhajan Speaks About the Smoking Habit' (running time 3 minutes)

Elliot I would like to thank you for all your service you provide to the world x
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+Kid Raph yeah dude i have never really danced before, but i just started that and it feels amazing. I think it took an alpha dude like elliott saying it to change my mind, but i always thought dancing was kind of ridiculous. I think it even helps with posture and flexibility among other things
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I like this, but the Industrial Revolution is what caused people to need to be specialized in order to succeed economically.  Sure, the creative people who follow multiple paths could be the creative innovators who start business and provide great services...  But, our current economic system is highly conducive to the majority of people (99.9%) only being masters of one trade. 
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Elliot, truly, is talking on a wavelength of under(INNER)standing that most of western civilisation have been systematically brainwashed into demonising, ridiculing and misinterpreting - because of the unreliability of language - compared to say, ones hopes, dreams, feelings and thoughts. The intuitive mind, and the rational mind. Ying ~ yang
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