No time to stop moving...
Hello to you, with love.
There are simple ways I've gradually prepared to offer support for however you choose to move through these Covid-19 Pandemic Days, and support for your general aliveness and resilience.
There is a lot of loss, now. But not for everyone. So there's acute unevenness and disconnection. There's a lot of disruption - frustration of habitual assumptions, of desires, and of real needs. Many dead stops, re-starts, and re-stops that just go on into emptiness. And various human reactions to all of this. There is discontinuity.
On the other hand, I see continuity. Continuity in people's dedication to others and to responsibilities. Continuity in love, abiding. Continuity in pursuing our interests. A fascinating and basically unaffected continuity in expectations of our societies, our leadership, our future. Continuity, as many have noticed and relied on, in nature.
There's also so much that is continuing but is also wildly morphing. Some things are changing shape with no outer limit that we can perceive, and some are obviously transforming, but we can't tell if change will be complete, or permanent, or beneficial.In the middle of the muddle, here we are. Here we'll be until we're not anymore. I know everyone is doing their best to discern how to proceed, and I'm there too. Stopping, morphing, re-starting, repeat.
I've decided to offer some online movement-mediation classes as we make our way through the first half of 2020. See my Classes page for information.
If you're a Spotify user, you'll find a growing set of 5Rhythms practice Waves and gentle interludes here. They're there to serve as ground to dance on and relax into.
I am gradually sharing mixed Waves and quiet meditative soundscapes to support practice on Mixcloud.
If you are interested in a one-on-one online session, let me know. We could connect to explore what's moving for you, and to allow you to move with it, with my support.
News, changes, and goodies will also be available in my Facebook group.
Above all: please take good care, have patience, go easy on yourself and others. May we emerge from this cocoon, eventually, with strong wings and readiness for new perspective.
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