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rebirthing

Line breaks: re|birth|ing
Pronunciation: /riːˈbəːθɪŋ
 
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Definition of rebirthing in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A form of therapy involving controlled breathing intended to simulate the trauma of being born.
Example sentences
  • By using rebirthing, ‘therapy goes a lot faster’ for some clients looking for ‘personal growth,’ Waters-Rose says.
  • Millions of people every year subscribe to popular therapies such as rebirthing, but are they really dealing with the difficult issues?
  • Rebirthing was felt to programme people to expect trauma and breath-though because of the linguistics used.

Derivatives

rebirther

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Another rebirther reported that the therapist ‘apparently knew about rebirthing, but she wasn't using that technique with the child when she died.‘
  • The rebirthers handling Candace used a creative adaptation of the methodology.
  • The process of becoming a rebirther involves getting rebirthed, receiving training, and then continuing both getting rebirthed and taking training.

Words that rhyme with rebirthing

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