Learning from the Wisdom of the Body

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July 12, 2012

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Learning from the Wisdom of the Body

Good for the body is the work of the body, good for the soul the work of the soul, and good for either the work of the other.

– Henry David Thoreau –

Learning from the Wisdom of the Body

“It’s amazing that our interpretation of experiences can generate intense visceral responses. The fact that we get goosebumps when we are inspired or afraid is one of many everyday indicators of just how deeply and intricately connected our minds and bodies are. In fact, the mind and body are an intertwined whole — and there is great wisdom in the totality of our mind-body experience. There are sparks of this recognition even in the world of technology. An increasing number of tools leverage something called “feedback loops.” Some of these are bio-feedback devices that work by helping us become more aware of the body, giving us real-time feedback about physiological functions so that we can learn to consciously change them. They’ve been effective in improving many conditions, including stress, depression and even pain. But there are even more powerful feedback loops at work within ourselves….” { read more }

Be The Change

As you go through your day, pay special attention to the relationship between mind and body.

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