Many people in my field tend to overly intellectualise their emotions.
While this isn’t necessarily a negative trait, it often leads to increased suffering in terms of both psycho-emotional and physical symptoms.
Emotions are a form of energy-seeking expression, a desire to be set in motion.
Often in ways that cannot be articulated with words or directed by someone else.
Today, during a live 1:1 coaching session #4 in my Facebook Community, we touched on the power of the body to speak to you.
This was an extraordinarily powerful session, which, if you are in my group, you will be able to find under Guide #2
This is what this lady had to say about her experience:
Indications that your nervous system might benefit from somatic movement practice include:
- You are constantly in your head.
- Uncertainty about how to connect your emotions with your bodily sensations or a struggle to remain present with them.
- Feelings of anxiety, depression, or being trapped within specific emotional experiences and narratives.
- Tendencies towards repetitive rumination and an inability to move beyond specific experiences, no matter how much you discuss them.
- Frequent emotional triggers.
- Feeling stuck
This is why I’m tremendously excited to announce that I’ll be leading a Somatic Movement workshop at my upcoming Rewilding Retreat.
In this workshop, we’ll delve into somatic movement from the perspective of the nervous system.
This valuable skill liberates us from the turmoil of not knowing how to acknowledge and channel our emotions effectively.
Not only that, we will be literally REWILDING IN NATURE and doing Yoga, both of which have a hugely calming effect on your nervous system.
I have two spaces in the shared bell tents, and we will be in sunny Spain in less than 2 weeks!!
Is this calling you?
If so, email me back, and we can schedule a conversation. 🌻
In last week’s live 1:1 coaching demo, the lovely lady kindly let me share our conversation on my podcast, ‘Courage Dear Heart’
This is what she had to say about her experience:
And, just because it is a Thursday, I thought I would share with you a picture of my new puppy, Yogi, who is a handful, to say the least 😂