Category Archives: Processing out loud

Movement

You all know that Shiva Nata has been a passion of mine ever since I first heard about it and started practicing it.  From the very beginning, I knew that I wanted to get to the point where I could … Continue reading

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Middle of the night musings

Something new, and weird, and kind of awesome happened to me in the middle of the night last night.  I had been sleeping for about an hour and a half when I found myself half awake and then fully awake … Continue reading

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Shifts and transitions

At the Destuckification retreat, Havi told us that no matter which stuckness we’d be working on, when one thing moves, everything else is affected and other stuff moves too. I could understand that, the idea made perfect sense to me.  … Continue reading

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A (huge!) shift in perspective

I know one of the reasons why I don’t get around to doing some of the things I want to do is that as long as they remain undone, they retain the potential of being perfect. You know, that half-knitted … Continue reading

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Taking action instead of resolving to do so

I happened to have the whole day to myself today, alone at home – by choice.  It was nice. And late this afternoon, I decided to do something: instead of sitting down and thinking about taking New Year’s resolutions, I … Continue reading

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