Meet with Susan online once a month, generally the first Saturday of the month to learn and practice Embodied Spirituality Practices, including Embodiment Practice, embodied meditation, and more. Reading Heart Open, Body Awake will support these practice sessions. Plus written, audio, and video support throughout the season.
Dates: Saturdays, 11am – 12;30 pm MT
Winter 2023/24: Dec 2, Jan 6, Feb 3
Includes live meetings and recordings of live meetings. Pay from the Heart option available. See Store. More info below.
Attend 3 Embodiment Gatherings: Dec 2, Jan 6, Feb 3, 2023/24 Deepen your process of reclaiming embodiment. You will receive Susan’s Embodiment Self-Inquiry Inventory when you register.
Each month we gather online, beginning with Susan’s unique embodiment practice, moving into embodied meditation, followed by a period of sharing, discussion, and teaching and closing with singing or embodied meditation. You will receive a recording of each gathering which many people are using repeatedly as guided practice.
Throughout the year, you will receive written, audio, and video support for your practice including: written guides to embodiment practice, written guide to embodied meditation, the interface between embodiment practice and embodied meditation, practicing in nature, and more.
Embodied Spirituality is a growing body of work that marries embodiment and spirituality. Many approaches to yoga, meditation, contemplation, nature-based spirituality, and even aspects of all the major religions can be included in embodied spirituality.
How do we go through the body to spiritual connection?
So much of organized religion developed around controlling and subduing our bodies and our emotions to grow spiritually. Embodied spirituality embraces the awakened body, emotional awareness, relationship, sexuality, family life, and political activism.
Many approaches to embodied spirituality emphasize the heart. The heart is the gateway to so much of our spiritual potential. In our approach, as explicated in my new book, Heart Open, Body Awake: The Four Steps of Embodied Spirituality, the spiritual heart and the actual physical heart are recognized as an inseparable unity. In fact, the book explores how all of experiential anatomy can be an essential part of the spiritual path.