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Body Sense
The Science and Practice of Embodied Self-Awareness (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology)
Alan Fogel - 2013-04-29
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Explore the world of embodied self-awareness in this insightful read, which delves into the science behind our ability to feel emotions and movements without judgmental thoughts. Learn practical methods to maintain this awareness and avoid losing touch with your body and mind.
Mark Walsh
Good book. In depth. Recommend. #MrEmbodiment #Recommend #Embodiment      source
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An Introduction to Embodied Facilitation
Mark Walsh - 2021-01-07
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Are you a coach or trainer looking to work more with the body? Do you want to work safely and help your clients make deeper change? Do you know that the body matters for facilitation, but are not sure practically how to develop this aspect of your work? This book will provide you with the theory and real-world tools for excellence in embodied facil...
Mark Walsh
The basic embodiment skill-sets are our core humanity. Embodied training merely clarifies and refines our birth right. #BasicEmbodiment #Embodied #Embodiment #MrEmbodiment #TheBodyInCoaching #Book      source
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Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness
Practices for Safe and Transformative Healing
David A. Treleaven - 2018-02-13
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Discover a groundbreaking, practical approach to mindfulness meditation in "Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness". From schools to therapists' offices, mindfulness has become mainstream. However, trauma affects most of us at some point in our lives, which means someone practicing mindfulness may be struggling with trauma. While mindfulness can reduce stress, practiced without awareness of trauma, it can exacerbate symptoms. Drawing on a decade of research experience, author David Treleaven provides insight into how mindfulness can help trauma recovery, covering the role of attention, arousal, relationship, dissociation, and social context. This practical guide offers 36 modifications for survivors to safely practice mindfulness for transformative results.
Mark Walsh
(Post 6) Things I’ve found useful for my own trauma healing in no particular order (and it’s very personal): – Trauma safe meditation (see David Treleaven) book – Helping others with trauma (but get the timing right!) – 12-step for related addictions – Bad jokes. Really.      source