Archive | July, 2010

The Sense of Balance

Balance lets us sway in many directions and never fall.   Through balance we maintain our uprightness.  No matter how much we sway in any direction we can return to our standpoint, head held high, ready to focus on what is important, find our center between two opposing forces or infinite possibilities. We are not dizzy […]

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Sense of Self-Movement

It seems intelligent to give you the brief dictionary definition of the sense of self-movement. There are two words that relate to self-movement: Proprioception from Latin proprius, meaning “one’s own” and perception, is the sense of the relative position of neighbouring parts of the body.Kinesthesia from Greek, kinesis, motion, aisthesis, feeling1. The sense that detects […]

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The Sense of Well-Being

Once we incarnate into our sense of touch, through which we experience the resistance of something else and the reality of our own boundary, and we find ourselves thrown back into our own center, we move to the perception of “the existence within” our skin. What exists within our skin is our life, our biological […]

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Summer Questions

Do you have any summer questions? You know the ones about wishing life was different? They pop into your thoughts while you are walking along the beach or wishing you were. What part of your life do you think about changing, making better, enjoying more? Your relationship?Your work?Your finances?Your body?Your discipline?Your parenting?Your celebrating?Your decision-making? What […]

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Intimacy Teleseminar

Intimacy – Finding the Courage and the Compassion to Know and Being Known. Life is a schooling for intimacy and most of us are flunking out and repeating the introductory courses over and over. Why? Intimate relationships are a big risk. They ask us to be transparent and vulnerable. They ask us to tell the […]

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