Richard found he kept getting caught up in the same dynamic of irritable reactivity over and again. Finally ready to embrace an embodiment practice to take responsibility for and tend to his inner state, he asked for suggestions for home practice.
3 – 2 – 1 — time to BLAST OFF.
With a commitment to personal embodiment practice, clients (and practitioners) can shed the gravitational pull of our conditioning and explore the spaciousness of simply BEING.
Adept with the universal process for the integration of universal polarities, Richard and I agreed that it will be a cornerstone of his practice.
3. Spend three minutes EVERYDAY reflecting on his upcoming or previous day to identify ANY moments of stress and reactive, triggered responses in place of conscious calm choices.
2. Identify two most charged experiences and associated polarities.
1. Integrate one set of associated polarities using universal process, including other points of view.