I always recognize the pain in my body first before my mind catches on. My mind is more desensitized. Which means, when I ignore my body signals, my awareness around that topic or event dulls, and by the time my mind catches up to it, it gets stuck and enmeshed in the fear and scarcity of letting go, or in the shame of my complicity,
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We know our minds change our bodies. But do our bodies change our minds?
asks Amy Cuddy, Social Psychologist. Here is what she had to say about it: Tiny tweaks can lead to big changes: In her study, she had groups adopt either a high power pose, or a low power pose for just two minutes. You can see what these poses look like in her Ted Talk (linkContinue reading “We know our minds change our bodies. But do our bodies change our minds?”