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What is the Sensation of that? Somatic Focusing and the Enneagram

July 21, 2017   2017 IEA Global Conference, Audio   

Are we allowing the full range of our human experience? Can we develop our capacity to access a more full experience? How would our life be enhanced if we could? From an early age, our thoughts, emotions, and even our ideas begin as sensory experience in the body. As our language and cognitive abilities develop, this fuller range of sensory response narrows to recognizable and predictable concepts and labels like love, joy, anger, fear. Over time we only experience the more patterned sensations associated with these labels. As our sensory abilities narrow, so does our capacity to respond to life from a broader field of depth and presence. We often fall into habitual reactions which may not be in alignment with what is occurring in the present moment. This workshop will explore how to stay present with the sensations of the body (the intelligence of our belly center) to access our full experience of any moment. With this increased capacity to stay present, participants will observe personal patterns in their sensory reactions connected to their Enneagram Type. Come and play with Brian and Devon.

Devon Carter
Brian Mitchell-Walker


2017 IEA Global Conference

San Antonio, Texas, USA

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