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The Intuitive Body: Discovering the Wisdom of Conscious Embodiment and Aikido Paperback – 1 Jun 2008
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"I've used the methods that I learned in conscious embodiment every single day, and they've quietly transformed the way that I deal with the challenges and opportunities that present themselves in my life--at work and at home."
--Chris Grant, founder of 14A Conversations
--John L. Hall, Senior Vice President, Oracle University "A useful, inspiring book for anyone exploring . . . embodied movement, energetic meditation, and intuitive knowledge."
-- Yoga Journal
"The Intuitive Body" draws on the principles of the Japanese martial art aikido and meditation to present a unique method for cultivating awareness, attention, and self-acceptance. Wendy Palmer shows us through basic practice and partner exercises how we can become more aware of the body and trust its wisdom. Palmer introduces exercises from her Conscious Embodiment and Intuition Training programme, connecting movement, meditation, and breathing in a daily practice that can help the process of integration, of deepening and unifying ourselves, and learning to deal with our fear and aggression. The books will be revised with new material on Conscious Embodiment movement and meditation practices, with new chapters on advocating without aggression and the wisdom of not knowing-embodying the qualities of dignity and integrity in our everyday life.See all Product description
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I'm in the middle of a mid-life crisis (which means I'll live to be 120!) in which I have basically
lost interest in life (but not suicidally! and not without optimistic curiosity)...
Wendy Palmer writes --
"How can we cultivate our sense of interest to the point that it becomes a habit to be interested?
When we are not crowded in by thoughts of 'what if,' 'I hope that,' and 'if only.'
Instead we are poised, soft, and open to what will arise.
We are simply interested in life."
That may sound simplistically simple to you but the subsequent sub-chapters on
"The Fine Art Of Questioning," "The Buoyant State of Curiosity,"
"The Don't-Know Mind" and especially
the entire following chapter on
"Not-Knowing" were, for lack of
a better way to say it -- of
invaluable "interest" to