These days I have been reading "Rumi’s Little Book of Love" and below is a quote that I was inspired to share with you. It reminded me of a breakthrough embodied comprehension I had few years ago in one of my healing sessions with medicinal plants; that is the life’s gift of being incarnated, the beauty and challenge of being Embodied Spirits.
For a long time, I used to think of my body as a cage, getting frustrated by its limitations or being overwhelmed from its pains an
I recently saw this sign “Whole Body Listening” at the preschool where I work with kids twice a week.
At first sight, it may seem cute, but a closer look makes my body shiver.
I look at it and wonder. The Whole Body listens, but where exactly is the body in this picture?
I can only see clothes and a big head that is supposed to do nothing but look and listen. The hands and feet are not only still but without real presence.
I look at it and think of all the mechanisms we w
Today, I have a quote that I want to share with you, as a moment for reflection. It is a quote by Taya Countryman, a massage therapist, in her article “The client who couldn’t feel pain”. I read this quote again and again and on one hand, it brings more questions than answers, like for example, where does this need to control the body comes from?
But on the other hand, intuitively its meaning feels so true. Because in an unexpected way it summarizes the healing journey of lo
Have you ever felt like you belong nowhere?
Have you ever asked yourself, Where is my true home?
If so, this Loveletter is for you.
For the past week, after I left my homeland, Greece, to come back to my home in San Francisco, I been in a transition mode. In this limbo, words seem empty to describe the richness of my journey, but my body feels completely alive.
While I revisit old memories and swim in new ones, I am feeling again many mixed feelings. My heart sighs… I fee