Elina Kadaja: be the superhero of your life!


Elina Kadaja: be the superhero of your life!

Elina Kadaja, who has conducted more than 2000 trauma release sessions, has published a guided breathing practice for home use on Spotify, which is free to listen to.

“It’s for those who need support in the mornings to get out of bed, meditate and get some exercise,” says Elina, introducing the first in a series of self-guided breathing practices on Spotify, which will soon be joined by other similar personal development routines.

“As usual, I conduct trauma release private sessions and also group breathing sessions. For those who haven’t had this direct experience yet, but are interested in the topic, I decided to create the opportunity to help themselves with guided breathing practices in a home environment,” says Elina.

What is mind, body and spirit balance guided training?

Good morning, dear! It’s more than just a greeting, it’s an invitation to get into a morning routine that makes you a better person. Guiding you in mind, body and spirit, this hour-long support is designed using scientific methods to recharge your nervous, physical and emotional body with strength, balance and peace.

Step one: positive programming of the subconscious mind

Interfering with the subconscious mind in the first moments of waking up is a powerful way to create positive inputs with long-lasting effects. It is not just a motivational solution, but based on neuroscientific principles that support positive thinking and emotional stability.

Step two: deep breathing practice

Breathing is a vital link between our physical and emotional well-being. The practice of deep breathing, which allows us to achieve a meditative state, is inspired by the meditative therapies of George Gurdjieff and OSHO. It helps to break subconscious automatisms, the effects of which can be noticeable throughout the day.

Step three: unrolling connective tissue and muscles

Shifting the focus to listening to the body and responding to its needs is an essential part of trauma relief. In this section, participants are encouraged to allow their body to show which areas need to be stretched. Here, you help yourself to release tensions that can affect your perceptions of the day’s situations.

“A lot of people are confused about why they get so easily upset or why they have constant anxiety. During the sessions, we simply relax certain muscles, such as the diaphragm, which are tense, and then the person’s reaction and experience in stressful situations changes,” explains Elina, who has studied yoga and meditation in India, Ecuador, England and Estonia.

What is the difference between listening to the body and commanding the body?

“Often people just do the stretching exercises they are used to doing, but they don’t listen to what the body actually needs at that moment. Our body is such a faithful servant that carries us faithfully throughout life. It’s worth listening to it and giving it what it needs at the moment,” says Elina.

Step four: the practice of shivering

Shivering is a powerful tool for aligning the emotional, physical and mental body. This section encourages the participant to be open to tremors and other bodily reactions in order to release excess adrenaline and achieve concentration.

“Our bodies experience positive and negative stress. Excess adrenaline in the body has a toxic effect on the nervous system and can inhibit the functioning of glands and organs. Our bodies work hard to keep us healthy. If, in addition to exertion, we are able to bring conscious relaxation to the body through more than just a night’s sleep, our body will repay us with good health,” Elina notes.

Step five: building confidence

Through positive inputs and their embodiment, the subconscious is guided towards positivity and self-confidence. It is based on cognitive-behavioural principles that show the interaction between body and mind.

Step six: activating the whole body

Exercises that involve strengthening muscles and igniting an inner fire not only train the body, but also help build endurance and toughness with positive stress.

Step seven: instilling positivity

Finally, the participant will be guided to continue with positive inputs, choosing to continue with the exercises or simply relax. This step will help ensure a positive tone for the day.

“This guided morning routine is not just a set of physical and breathing exercises, but draws on neuroscience, psychology and meditative therapies to help people not only wake up, but also recharge with positivity, balance and peace,” he says.” Elina encourages anyone interested to try this routine, and those that will be added soon, on Spotify’s Breathing with Elina channel.

Listen to themission.