Rather than white-knuckling it, how can we loosen our grip and learn to simply enjoy the flow?
Often the tighter we grip, the less we can hold, and it can sometimes feel like we spend our entire life waiting to exhale:
“I’ll just get through this next project and then I can relax…”
“If I can just get to the other side of that mountain, then I’ll find peace…”
“Once I figure out this relationship, then I’ll finally be able to love…”
We delay, try to control, and hold on tight in a misplaced effort to feel safe and secure.
What would happen if instead, we could ease into the flow of life, to flow as rivers to the sea and find ease and wonder in every moment and all circumstances?
This is the invitation from mindfulness and movement teacher James Rafael in this Day of Practice. James will lead the 3-hour live session, where you will learn meditation practices to sense the flowing nature of all experience, breathing techniques from the ancient Chinese practice of qigong, and journaling exercises to identify practical steps to flow smoothly in your life.