Embodied Listening

Feeling is embodied listening.  When I don’t slow down enough to feel, or feel deeply enough into my body or heart, I always – always… seem to miss some essential and helpful doorway that will lead to more ease, flow, compassion and connection. My mind loves to believe it knows what to do, when my body is already there, waiting for me.

One Response to Embodied Listening

  1. Karly April 9, 2013 at 7:53 am #

    This touched me, Michael – thank you. You reminded me of a quote by John O’ Donohue that I thought you might like –

    “Our bodies know we belong. It is our minds that makes us homeless.”

    Warmly, Karly

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