Somatic Descent: How to Unlock the Deepest Wisdom of the Body

Somatic Descent: How to Unlock the Deepest Wisdom of the Body

English | August 25th, 2020 | ISBN: 161180566X | 192 Pages | EPUB | 3.42 MB

A powerful meditation practice for connecting with your body's innate, guiding wisdom.

Have you ever had a "gut feeling" about a certain person or situation? Or a sense of intuition about how to respond to a particular challenge in your life?

There's nothing magical or mystical about those kinds of scenarios. In fact, our body contains immense wisdom not directly available to our conscious mind, and it is continually communicating to us in the form of bodily feelings, impressions, sensations, corporeal intuitions, and felt senses. However, because most of us are so cut off from our somatic experience, we are quite unaware of this dimension of our body's expression. Although this intelligence may feel hidden most of the time, the wisdom of the body can actually be a guide for us in living our lives fully and also in responding compassionately to others.

Through a meditation practice called Somatic Descent, Reggie Ray shows us how to connect with our body's intuitive intelligence. In Somatic Descent we see that the body is always showing us what sort of response, direction, or action may be called for at any given time, and can in fact be relied upon as a primary practical resource for decision-making in our everyday life.

The book will include links to online audio recordings of the guided meditations to further aid the reader.


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