- Dec 12, 2022
- United States
Wow - that's fascinating! Now the tears that come when I place my hand on the hip during meditation/mindful PT make a lot more sense. I've got one the books you recommended on reserve at the library - looking forward to learning more about the mind-body connection. Learning is a form of healing.Hips are also widely understood as the main place our bodies store Grief.
I hear ya 100%. When I'd go to hockey workshops and watch demos of the various shots, my mind would get it instantly. I'd understand all the mechanics and the tips, but then....my own body, with its unique talents and limitations, trying to translate what my brain had processed into proper motion? Oh, that is a long and painful translation sometimes.I often just want to rush to the end of a challenge and get it done. My brain works fast and I want everything around me to keep up. Feeling trapped or stuck or held back is fruuuuuustratingggggg for me.
So glad you're sharing your journey - I'm learning a lot from your posts!
Take care -