A Set of 8 TEPP Exercises

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$22.00

This is a collection of recordings from The Embodied Present Process by Philip Shepherd.

All eight exercises will be available for immediate download upon purchase. Download files first to a computer and then transfer to your tablet or mobile. (If you use gmail, please check your Promotions tab for the order confirmation email, that also contains the download link, if it doesn’t appear in your inbox immediately!)

  1. The Trickle-down Effect, 04:58
  2. The Elevator, 05:46
  3. Elevator – The Energy Magnet, 03:36
  4. Elevator – Lights Out, 03:27
  5. Just Receive, 09:18
  6. The Hour Glass, 05:51
  7. The Whole Body Breath, 13:00
  8. The Body’s Sensitivity, 04:54

They are designed to be experienced in chronological order.

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These exercises by Philip Shepherd were produced and engineered by Chris Garcia. They were recorded in Topanga, California, on January 20, 2016.

All files are protected by copyright 2016 Philip Shepherd. Any duplication or sharing of the files without prior authorization constitutes a copyright violation.  We appreciate your consideration in this matter.

4 reviews for A Set of 8 TEPP Exercises

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Daniel

    I practice the TEPP exercises to review and integrate Philip’s teachings from “New Self New World”. These gentle physical movements and clear visualizations help sensitize and shift my awareness to the body and in particular the pelvic bowl. Easier for me to feel the results than to write about them, Philip’s voice is deep and calming and a friend to those who want to slow down and connect to the present. My favorites are The Body’s Sensitivity and The Elevator. These exercises are a gift from Philip and highly recommended.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Momo

    Walking the talk isn’t possible without embodying one’s soul’s presence.

    This sounds common sense, and yet it is the most difficult task in my life.

    Philip’s exercises are there to re-connect all aspects of you, concentrating on the integration of all of them in the much forgotten cells of our body, re-igniting the core and the base.

    “My body” becomes “me” more and more, with the help of these “simple” exercises.

    Uncovering old patterns and memories stored in every cell, clearing out what is not mine, integrating what has gotten lost, I enjoy every one of Philip’s exercises – particularly all variations of the elevator shaft, and the whole body breath.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Shivaun Riley

    The simplicity and beauty of these exercises makes them all the more powerful. They are a wonderful series of standalone exercises or as a complement to Philip’s courses. His exercises remind me of the sheer joy of just being and being alive.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Stuart Walker

    These are excellent guides through some of the key exercises in Philip’s courses. As a student I’ve found it a useful way to review the workshop and I’ve been reminded of many lovely details of the process. The first thing I noticed when listening was how much more slowly Philip speaks than I remember. It’s certainly a much more friendly pace than when my own mind reads a written exercise in the book. Such a relief! Several people I’ve spoken to since the workshop expressed challenge with practicing and these exercises give you a much appreciated way to ease in.

    If you’ve been reading New Self, New World you’re probably intrigued enough already to appreciate the added dimension of experiencing the exercises. They will bring home the sense that we embody our language and our speaking, and Philip is sharing this experience: of being present to our pelvic consciousness. Enjoy!

    I’ve also recommended these to clients as I feel they are clear and straightforward enough to follow without previous experience. They are in a specific order and build upon each other, with later exercises incorporating earlier techniques, so if you haven’t participated in a workshop yet, then it may help to do each exercise a couple of times before moving on to the next. So whether you are here because you’re curious, or have participated in a workshop and want to get more from your practice, allow Philip to guide you through his work. Wholeheartedly recommended.

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