Erin: In the meditation, we’ll sit with our emotions as they ebb and flow, tuning into their ever-changing nature.
Erin: For some, the emotional body is an ever present companion, for others it’s an elusive aspect of experience. In this meditation, we’ll evoke our embodied feelings, learning where they live, then practice finding grounding and perspective when things get rough.
Erin: In palmistry, which i know very little about, each hand has a head line to represent our intellectual path and a heart line to show the emotional path. Except my hand, which has the head and the heart lines merged as one, a deep slash across each palm. Meaning, I’m told by very reputable internet … Continued
Jeff: There is some interesting new research emerging from the field of smart-people-in-lab-coats that suggests we have more agency around our emotions than many of us realize. The key isn’t in the suppression; it’s in the reframing. We can choose HOW we want to experience our various tugs and tingles. And if we choose to experience them … Continued
James: This is the first step onto the shifting ground of our emotional body, where it’s held, what it feels like. During the first part of the sit, we are going to parse out some of the territory, the general conditions of its creation, and in the interactive, we are going to sit with some of … Continued