Today is Day 93 of daily Biodynamic Meditations. In addition to posting daily about my experience, I am considering how to teach it.
There are so many ways: one-to-one, small groups, in person, online, in written and spoken formats, as a seated meditation, as a form of yoga nidra done in savasana.
Each person interested in learning this form of self-healing will come to it with different experiences and beliefs and issues.
Learning this includes paradigm shifts.
I believe the biggest one in our modern American culture is that healing takes place in a parasympathetic rest-and-digest state of being, NOT in a state of stress and anxiety, when resources are geared toward doing.
One big conundrum for healers who understand this is how to work with people who are anxious about their chronic health issues — where the perceived threat is coming from within.
Separating the anxiety-producing story from the actual sensations is a big deal. And it can be done! We can change our beliefs and our patterns toward deeper health and vitality.
These are just some of my musings that arose after my session this morning, in which the healing focus was swirliness, mostly in my pelvis.
I’m grateful to be able to access the energies of earth and heaven, gravity and levity.
If you are a teacher and have anything useful to add, please comment, or message me. Thank you.