According to your results,
your self-healing breathwork archetype is

The Cultivator;
A nurturing, kind, and caring internal processor. 

What your Cultivator self-healing archetype power means for you.

Considerate, sensitive, adaptable, and kind-hearted; you see the good in people. Intuitive and empathic, you have the gift of anticipating the needs of others. Adaptable and considerate, you go with the flow, especially when the mood is laid back and slow-paced. 
Balance and stability are essential to you. You're loyal to the relationships and bonds that you've lovingly and considerately curated.

You're thoughtful and sincere; you love deeply and fully. And interestingly enough, you also highly value your alone time. Every breath in and every breath out is casual and adaptable.

You have the unique ability to apply your adaptable and low-risk outlook to almost any situation. You're open-minded when it comes to other's perspectives.

Your biggest desire is peace. You want your work life, home life, and relationships to be peaceful, laid-back, and enjoyable. 

Intuitive, reflective, and considerate, your self-healing approach is very nurturing, slow-paced, and soothing.
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Don't forget that you're a valuable, harmonious, and perceptive person!  And your Cultivator Self-Healing Strengths  include being: 

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Your Cultivator Self-Healing Challenges

Your considerate and adaptable approach to life makes you valuable and dependable. Often this can lead to taking on more obligations or responsibilities than you're comfortable with, which might make you feel depleted and overwhelmed. 

Sometimes you tend to overthink and become distracted with your internal processing mid-task; it's not uncommon for you to lose your train of thought or forget. You might often joke about it too. 

You want to make sure things are planned out beforehand. You're willing to try new things once you've gathered the facts, details and read the fine print, which can lead to inaction at times. 

Your friendly, sincere, and loyal style allows you to build excellent relationships with lasting bonds. And sometimes, your value towards loving, peaceful relationships can blur your boundaries with others. You often prioritize the wants and needs of others above your needs, leaving you feeling unbalanced and exhausted. 

You're modest and polite and can appear withdrawn or distant when you're quietly processing your thoughts. Craving harmony, peace, and stability, you're resistant to change. Instability and erratic upheavals can leave you feeling breathless and distant, causing you to freeze or even fawn when uncertainty presents itself.  

Because of your slow-paced approach and forgetfulness, you sometimes feel like life is moving too fast. You might feel like your problem is solvable if you could find an informative and low-pressure, step-by-step approach. 

Here's how you can use your Cultivator self-healing archetype power to create a self-care plan that's best for you.

Create a predictable and simple self-care routine
Your unique ability to internally process can sometimes cut off your emotional access when choosing a self-care strategy. So it helps to create a self-care routine ahead of time and make it a priority in your daily habits.
Because you're laid back and casual, it's best to have quick and easy-to-remember practices you can regularly implement without feeling pressured. 

Have a backup plan
Although you try your best to stick to a routine, tuning into your emotions might be challenging when you're feeling unmotivated (or running late). So be prepared by keeping some simple exercises when you're overwhelmed is crucial. ​

Ask for help, then take time for just you.
You might feel like you don't want to burden others, so reaching out might not be your first go-to. But getting outside of your head and staying connected is one of the things that might help you gain more insight and information about your emotional and spiritual journey. ​
Treat yourself to some self-care, and then you can show up to nurture all those connections you've cultivated. 
And don't forget to ask for help from the Universe, your higher self, or your own inner guidance through meditation, prayer, breathwork, yoga, or whatever option makes you feel soothed. 
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Here's How You Can Maximize Your Cultivator Self-Healing Abilities through Breathwork

You recover best through soothing, quick, and easy techniques that leave you feeling loved, energetic, and nourished.

Your Personalized Self-Healing Breathwork Strategy includes Breathwork exercises like:

Lotus Seal Mudra a hand seal and breathing practice to help you feel calm focused and resilient.

Roller Coaster Breath a tactile breathing technique that helps you calm you and bring you back into a focused state when things go awry.

​Short bursts of slow Conscious Connected Breathwork so you can get out of your logical mind and release emotions on a deeper visceral level, so you don't carry them around with you. 

Click on the links above and try the breathing exercises. Then use this worksheet to note which exercises shift your energy back to your natural nurturing, kind, and caring internal processing self..

Imagine what your life would look like if you:

- Were able to release emotions on a deeper level
- Got clear on themes and patterns that might be blocking you
- Released responsibilities that aren't yours to begin with in the first place
- Felt confident in your ability to trust that your vision will become a reality
- Felt validated and were able to process and let go of what's holding you back
- Connected with your soul at a higher level and tuned into a different frequency
If you're saying, "Yes, this resonates! But what do I do next?"
Then the Conscious Breath Connection Course is for you! ​​

The Conscious Breath Connection Course is an amazing tool that can help you take a deeper dive into your self-healing abilities. 
I created this short breathwork course to help YOU use your breath to calm overthinking so you can THRIVE in life, not just survive life!​​