|Issue: April 2013 Newsletter
|Paying for a Life Lesson
Susannah and Ya’Acov normally do their writing on the train. My own
methods are slightly different. I usually go for a long walk and trust
that the meditative process will give me my story for the newsletter.
It was with this intent in mind that, on a recent Sunday, I drove to
Tiverton to explore its nearby hills. more>
|The Power of "Yes!"
I’m on the train (of course- where else do we write these missives?)
listening to some beautiful music. After a hectic morning rushing around
on the edge of over the edge adrenalised getting ready, the music is
bringing me back “in”, into my heart and body and breath. What is
amazing (and still is!) to me is that it’s my own music. more>
I woke up early this morning, travelling on the overnight train from
Berlin to Paris. I’m en route to South Arica and my dreams, not
surprisingly, were all travelling dreams. When I woke, the smell of the
land around Knysna, where I will teach next weekend, was fresh in my
nostrils. For a moment, I wasn’t sure where I was. I could feel the
motion of the train, and the fleeting images of my dreams were still in
front of my eyes. more>
|Magic of Mandorla
Working with Movement Medicine has undoubtedly taken me on deeper and
deeper journey into myself and into the work that I would be offering
into the world, a continuing journey of micro medio and macro for sure.
From 5 Rhythms teacher to shamanic guide and onto the Movement Medicine
apprenticeship and teacher training where I worked as a pathfinder
helping Susannah and Ya’Acov with some of the practicalities of sharing
|The views expressed here do not necessarily represent the views of the School of Movement Medicine.