The really important bit is that we also filter out our pain, not acknowledging how we are being effected by people and situations. Instead relying on our defenses and coping to keep us going. Keep us going they do but often to the detriment of people we care about and perhaps more importantly our relationship with ourselves, who we are and whats most important to us.
Each of us have a leading instinct that has a stronger pull than the remaining two. In other words, they are stackable – one can relatively easily identify strongest from weakest and sequence them accordingly.
It seems the more we let go, the more we get our way. Maybe not how or what we initially thought but always satisfying for the soul .
Whats in the way is my normal frame which is virtually inescapable when I am in the thick of it. My normal frame keeps driving me along similar pathways, familiar patterns that at least lead to know outcomes. Why might I want to get off this track from time to time?
To stay with one thing (like the breath) only until you receive impressions. If you relax down in the body, you can find a place where you can be carried by the breath. Your whole job is to do nothing. Be carried, in and down. Our choice to come back to the empty place inside ourselves and be open to nothing at all which opens an interior space of silence. Its a short road to intuition.
On the subject of shame – dominant emotional undercurrent for Enneagram types 2 -3 – 4. These types develop around the need to be seen and valued and therefore tend to have shame as more of a focal point.
We came together on an auspicious date 02 02 2020 to dance with the waters of life. Surrendering ourselves to the current that moves us rather than ‘we’ feeling like the ones who need to move it.
Maintain a healthy relationship means attend to the foundations so that we understand the ways we drift apart and bring ourselves back to the focal point, which is to nourish and attend to the relationship as an entity on its own.
“character, like a photograph, develops in darkness.” Yousof Karsh Back in the Sweat lodge this past Sunday. Blazing stones, fiery messages from our grandmothers Be humble they tell us, don’t act it. be it How? Question your stories and remember your place I hear them say You belong just like the stars and the trees […]
This was the alter we created from our last Jozi Medicine Dance. We come together and create a circle of support to allow dancers to give themselves back to the dance inside. All it takes is simple surrender to trust and follow the movements in the body. When the dance is said and done, the […]