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Awareness Shift: Knowing the Nature of the Body, Heart/Mind through the 5 Elements

With Jill Satterfield recorded on February 27, 2022.

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Sometimes a simple shift of our perception can change our sense of everything and allow for a fresh experience of the personal and transpersonal simultaneously. There is so much more ease in a relaxed, open view. By widening our awareness aperture and somatically exploring our composition, we revisit connection. Sensing the organic arising and passing of natural elements in inner and outer nature becomes our path back to really resting in the knowing of the way things are.

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