The forests and trees, and rivers and oceans, and deserts, and all creatures have much to teach us about mutuality of purpose, and collaboration, and respect and values. Paying attention to natural phenomena – the ecology of our planet reshapes what being in community and cooperation means. It’s more than connection and belonging that holds us together, it’s entanglement. We are entangled. Please join me in celebrating our entangled relationships
|Season 5 of the Positivity Strategist Podcast|
Mindfulness for chocolate lovers introduces a lighthearted way to stress less and savor more each day, offering a more playful and sweeter life. This is appreciative embodying in a tasteful, olfactory way! And you don't even have to eat the chocolate.
Being still is a precursor to truly listening, paying attention and opening up to possibilities, novelty creativity and aliveness. What is beckoning you? Racing around may be helpful, but being still could be even more helpful.
A most practical conversation on meaningful alignment where we talk concepts such as the inner game and self regulation. We focus on interpersonal dialogue preferences and the promising outcomes we can aspire to if we learn how to embody meaningful alignment. We reflect on how to invite people to listen to what their bodies and emotions are telling them so they can cultivate caring relationships with themselves and others.
If you’re interested in human development, embodiment practices, change at the scale of the whole such as the intersection of community, business, education, leadership, life, and learning stay with us. And, if you have a curiosity about exploring the principle of wholeness and embodied practices that invite one another to show up fully, you’re in the right place.
Neuroscience and Design Thinking offer keys to a mindful, healthy and purposeful life. We talk about the science behind why we don’t do what we know we should. We make the distinction between behaviors and habits and consider practices to adopt new habits. A key Design Thinking process is to develop an iterative mindset. The practice of embodying self-compassion is extraordinarily easy. We do it all the time without even knowing.
Insights about the embodied brain and why cultivating a conscious relationship with the body matters at all times, especially when experiencing times of uncertainty. We touch on these topics and the integration of neuroscience and spirit. We offer three practical activities to develop an embodied consciousness.
“To embody” means what? This is a naive exploration. Topics include designing experiences that use the whole body and ways that integrate head, heart and body. We vote with our feet, we make choices through conversations that come from where we are literally standing.
This show as an inquiry or a search into the topic of embodying, specifically appreciative embodying. How do you move from acute awareness to deliberate action? This is an exploration of how embracing the wholeness of who we are, we embark on a developmental and generative process.