The most potent activism doesn't come from the head, it comes from what the body knows and feels. It comes from some 'wrong' that your specific sensitivity feels deeply, and that’s the call. That is the world—activating you to move forward.
Join us today for Part 1 of my conversation with Philip Shepherd.
Philip is an international authority on embodiment and author of New Self, New World - Recovering our Senses in the 21st Century and Radical Wholeness - The Embodied Present and the Ordinary Grace of Being.
On today's show Philip speaks to a return to wholeness, and how activism is most effective when it's coming from a place of deep embodiment. He shares his thoughts on the intersection between embodiment and social activism and responds to these thoughtful questions from listeners:
Listen to Part 2 of our discussion here:
Radical Wholeness and Embodied Activism with Philip Shepherd: Part 2
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Today’s Guest: Philip Shepherd is the author of two books, Radical Wholeness and New Self, New World, and co-author of Deep Fitness, released October, 2021.
He also originated The Embodied Present Process (TEPP), which is taught in workshops, retreats and Facilitators Trainings worldwide. As people learn through the practices to re-sensitize their body to the present, they learn to ground their being in its natural, awakened calm.
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