3 JUNE 2018 | 6pm GMT
Online Workshop hosted by Asaf Braverman
To study our moving center, we begin begin by observing its mechanical movements. Some of these can be safely eliminated, while others must eventually be performed more consciously, intentionally, and deliberately. “The moving center has many useful and useless functions,” says Peter Ouspensky. “We think that the intellectual and emotional side is more important, but actually most of our life is controlled by instinctive and moving minds.” In this first June workshop we will review the physical and psychological functions of our moving center and share observations on how to nurture consciousness around its daily activities.
The recording of this workshop is available for BePeriod students only