We had a brief, but “in real life” visit from a broad-winged hawk.
Little things, y’all, can make a big difference.
Bring our whole self to the movement, the activity, the moment. What might be possible with this idea of paying attention with the whole self?
I hope that no matter what else is going on in your life, that you get to experience some comforting normal.
In less than two weeks, I walked over 100 miles.
We can learn a lot from going outside our comfort zones. We can also learn a lot—as we do in Feldenkrais lessons—from staying well within the easy zones.
“To correct is incorrect.” Instead of correcting, Feldenkrais liked to provide experiences, ask questions and leave space for curiosity and discovery.
Little things—a smile, a helping hand, patience, forbearance, a pause—can make a big difference. The difference might be for someone else, or it might even be for ourselves.
Keep on going places, keep on looking, keep on being curious. I hope you’re going for it, and finding fun, pleasure and grace along the way.
Sometimes life feels like bumper cars in a way that’s not so fun. You go forward, expecting to meet with success, and you just run into another bumper.