Confusion and being in the space of the unknown is a natural part of the process of learning. That’s why it’s worthwhile to develop a practice of getting more comfortable with a little bit of discomfort.
Our internal self-knowing forms the basis of how we interact with the outside world. We often wear a mask in social life. Understanding how to begin removing it opens up new freedom of movement in all realms of life.
Not a political analysis of the 2016 US presidential elections. Instead, a meditation on what that moment helped to reveal to us about ourselves. Do you limit your possibilities by living in a world of “us” and “them”?
Spontaneous gratitude is a beautiful thing, but gratitude can also be developed through consistent conscious practice. It’s a great way to keep connected to what’s important and keep your world in a healthy balance.
Experiences at the 2014 Conference of the Feldenkrais Guild of North America. What I learned about myself in the company of my colleagues, in particular about the primal power and importance of eye contact.