Robin: This body. Fleshy garment. Transmitter/receiver. Mobile home. State-of-the-art set-up for all your relating and creating. Though it seems to be the defining factor of life on earth to have a body, do you ever find yourself a short distance from yours? This week at CEC, we’ll challenge our zombie-like tendencies to let conditioning take the … Continued
Erin: We’re going to get up close and personal with our inner stuck places in this meditation, giving them shape and voice. Inspired by the Tibetan practice Chöd, we’ll try to listen to our bodies in a new way, and maybe get a clue about what they need to get free.
James: The actual line, from my namesake, John Milton, is this: “Come, and trip it as ye go, On the light fantastick toe.” What I think he’s saying here is: you have fantastic toes. Your whole foot, actually, is pretty cool, hinges of joints, pulleys of tendons and muscles. Don’t even get me started about your face. For this … Continued
Thu: Shaking is a natural way to release tension and restore a sense of well-being in all mammals, including us humans. Animals naturally shake to release tension after a stressful event and get back to living in the moment. Humans though have been socially conditioned to be stoic, unfazed and pretend to be fine. However, it … Continued