Kyle Buller, M.S.
Kyle's interest in exploring non-ordinary states of consciousness began at the age of 16 when he suffered a traumatic snowboarding accident. After this near-death experience, Kyle’s life changed dramatically. Kyle subsequently earned his B.A. in Transpersonal Psychology from Burlington College, where he focused on studying the healing potential of non-ordinary states of consciousness by exploring shamanism, Reiki, local medicinal plants and plant medicine, Holotropic Breathwork. Kyle has been studying breathwork since October 2010.
Kyle earned his M.S. in clinical mental health counseling with an emphasis in somatic psychology from Prescott College. Kyle’s clinical background in mental health consists of working with at-risk teenagers in crisis and with individuals experiencing an early-episode of psychosis and providing counseling to undergraduate/graduate students in a university setting. Kyle also facilitates Transpersonal Breathwork workshops around the New Jersey area.
Breathwork is a powerful technique that fosters healing, transformation, and self-exploration and discovery. Breathwork holds the potential of producing a cathartic experience that can help shed the mind and body of accumulated stress and trauma, by potentially re-experiencing particular life experiences. This technique should not be substitute for any traditional forms of therapy. Breathwork can though, help deepen your own personal inner-work and hold the possibility of gaining new insights about one’s self.
The term spiritual emergency was coined by Stanislav and Christina Grof. The term, as the Grof's mention, is a play on words. The word "emergency" suggests a psychological or spiritual crisis, but it also hints towards an opportunity to "emerge" from the crisis -- accessing and gaining a higher level of spiritual and psychological awareness