Why Practice Mindful Movement
Why is Mindful Movement such a key element to living a creative, healthy and authentically empowered life?
Because all change comes from the movement of our mind directing the movement of our body.
By the practice of noticing WHAT we are feeling, WHERE in our body we are feeling it and HOW that feeling affects our sense of balance and identity we become aware of our own patterns of showing up in our lives. This awareness opens up the possibility of choosing different ways of thinking and moving within our Body-Mind relationship that assist us in taking supportive, loving action in the direction we choose to go.
To successfully navigate in our lives we practice being aware of how our Mind is moving in relationship to our Body.
At first glance it appears that our physical bodies have continually forged ahead over the years replacing and regenerating cells without any conscious effort or intention on our part. But it is important to realize that we make in our day-to-day life – how we move, what we eat, how we prioritize our thoughts, how we process our emotions – has been a constant influence on our ever-changing LIVING BODY – OUR SOMA. Even when we make a conscious choice to move in a certain way we are, by default, acting and moving in a way that influences our body.
Thoughts and feelings continually interact within our physical body. Often the original cause of the “stuck energy” is unconscious;
Just sitting and thinking about change can be somewhat helpful, but in itself this does not fully accomplish transitioning out of old behaviors into new ones. In order to change we must take action, we must move. If we first identify how our past and current actions have been both supportive and unsupportive, we can then choose to use our body in new ways to expand the perception of our experience. We can choose to move mindfully in a new, more supportive way.
Ask yourself: What loving action will support me in this moment?
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Catherine Siri Sat Liska
Integrative Somatic Bodywork & Soul Coaching, Energy Wellness, Mindful Movement Education
Vibrant Joy Movement [email protected]
Founding member, Community for Higher Consciousness
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