What does Embodied Relationship Intelligence mean?

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First of all, this is not a place of arrival but is a practice to integrate into your daily life. Like mindfulness or movement practices, they are refined over years and years of intentional focus.
To be embodied in relationship is to share a story while feeling it vs. telling a story from the mind. Embodiment is not in the details – it is in the essence.
To be embodied in relationships is to listen to others from the whole self – the heart, mind, and pelvis – vs. thinking of what to say when the other person stops talking or translating/interpreting/fixing their experience.
To be embodied in relationship is to know when to share a part of the self and when to breathe and hold parts of the self sacred.
To be embodied in relationship is to find that place of integrity – alignment of mind, heart, and pelvis – in times of joy as well as in times of conflict.
To be embodied in relationship is to be awake in both pleasure and pain. To lean into challenges and to know the somatic (body sensation) markers of the “yes” the “no” and the “maybe.”
Again, these are a practice not a place of arrival. Join us for an experiential, skill-building practice group.
Mondays, April 18th – May 23rd
6 pm – 8:30 pm
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