An insightful and beautiful write-up which gave me goosebumps at the end. Please enjoy 🙂
Photo: B. Fertman Monument Valley – The Three Sisters
“Okay. What’s a Movement Meditation? What do you think, I ask my class?”
It’s when you’re doing some kind of movement and you drop into the zone, like when shooting hoops, or doing Aikido, or running, or rock climbing.
I don’t think it has to be anything really fancy. Maybe I could be immersed in what I’m doing when I’m folding my laundry, or raking the leaves in my back yard.
“Good examples. How about Kinesthetic Contemplation? What’s that?”
It could be when we are having a new sensation within us, a moving sensation, and we want to understand it, we want to know where it’s coming from, how it’s changing us, and what it means. So that makes it a form of contemplation.
“Sounds good to me. How about a Senso-Spiritual Practice? We’re getting weirder and weirder.”
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