Jeff: Hello Exploded Brains! My own exploded brain wishes to communicate with you, but (on account of said explosion) I find myself unable to summon the necessary resources. Fortunately, like all of us, I have a strange nature-given capacity to un-plode myself. Call it focus, call it absorption. As I commit myself to the activity at … Continued
Erin: Thinking, feeling, willing – educational philosopher Rudolf Steiner called these the three faculties of the soul. For the meditation sit, we’ll spend time focusing on three corresponding parts of our bodies, giving our attention to the activity in our heads, hearts and guts. Like taking a guided tour of your soul, via your physical … Continued
Chaya: This week’s meditation will navigate different ways of becoming grounded. We’ll explore spaciousness within the body, and the strange notion that each of us has a unique way of “fitting” into our different bodies, of both wearing them and being them. And so we settle, into our practice and into ourselves.
Avi: Our bodies contain multitudes. Our culture imposes an artificial gap between soma and psyche, between the body as a material object and the mind as the centre of meaning. In tonight’s practices, we’ll try to move beyond this gap, to unspool some of the hidden magic our bodies contain.