I’ve attended three of Christian’s breathwork retreats. Each one was more profound than the other. I arrived at the recent workshop–on the mystical Hawaiian island of Moloka’i–somewhat dissatisfied with my life and the direction it was taking. I left with a profound sense of purpose and new vigor for my work. Almost immediately afterward, I was offered the opportunity to take several trips to Africa, and just last week I was appointed to serve on the Communities Delegation that advises the Board of Directors of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. I am now one of 40 people around the world who advise the Global Fund on the needs and priorities of people living with and affected by these devastating diseases. There is no doubt those opportunities came about thanks to Christian’s breathwork retreats and to his quiet determination to help people find their life’s purpose.