The word 'embodiment' is appearing everywhere these days so I thought I'd share my definition, excerpted from Radical Wholeness:So the undoing begins with the basics. If it doesn’t, we will remain stuck in the place where so much contemporary work on embodiment finds itself—where we gently turn … [Read more...] about What is embodiment anyway?
An Antidote for The Age of Anxietyand a free audio exercise Humans are arguably the most adaptable of animals. We live in arid deserts, frozen tundra, overpopulated cities and outer space. Adaptability has been the cornerstone of our survival; but it also has a dark side. Sometimes we … [Read more...] about An Antidote for The Age of Anxiety
As a surge of populism is altering the face of politics around the world, a puzzling irony hangs in the air: populism wins approval and votes from a generally hard-working socio-economic sector that often struggles to make ends meet – yet its leaders, once elected, commonly implement policies that … [Read more...] about The Seed of Populism
We inherited a view of the body as something without intelligence: as something ‘beneath us’; as a tool for getting things done; as machinery operated by the brain; as a piece of equipment that needs proper maintenance if it’s not to break down. That view still predominates, to be sure, but it’s no … [Read more...] about Our longing for embodiment
Interview with Matt and Steph from Seeds of Awareness in Byron Bay, Australia. … [Read more...] about Interview with Seeds of Awareness
https://theyogalunchbox.co.nz/philip-shepherd-on-radical-wholeness/https://theyogalunchbox.co.nz/philip-shepherd-on-radical-wholeness/ … [Read more...] about Interview with Yoga Lunchbox