Something Is Not Right!

How do you usually connect with your inner places as you begin a WBF session? Is there a question or questions that you ask inwardly to stimulate the process? Or do you often just wait, making space inwardly as you ground, and allow whatever wants to come to show itself to you in its own … Continue reading Something Is Not Right!

What do I do When Something Feels Right?

Photo Credit: Eddie Nunns New Mexico Sunset It feels in me that this intunement isn’t only about how we might squeeze our eyes—for me it touches into the ways I squeeze mySelf in order to do whatever I “must” do.  Alters Me. Compromises Me. This intunement reminds me that through WBF and Heartfelt Connections I’ve been … Continue reading What do I do When Something Feels Right?

Who Am I?

Who am I? Kevin asks. And then he adds something: “…to receive information about me from a place that’s actually larger than I think myself to be. Right away, I hear something within.  It’s so loving.  It’s addressing me, telling me something.  I know right away that I will not share it here in this … Continue reading Who Am I?

Something against you – or me? / Jotain sinua vastaan – vai minua?

Photo credit: Maria Hakasalo As I was working on my focusing book, I was listening to music–something random from You Tube. Next thing that I noticed was how I was criticizing the singer’s vocal technique. I had just written about some painful school memories when a sense of isolation emerged.  I also noticed how I … Continue reading Something against you – or me? / Jotain sinua vastaan – vai minua?

Find Your Favorite Intunements!

For those who would like to use the Audio Guiding Suggestions/Intunements that Kevin has provided to the blog for their practice,  here is an easy way to find them on the blog.  Below you will find an index of the three albums of intunements that are available.  The three albums have different themes: First Intunements is … Continue reading Find Your Favorite Intunements!

When You Help Me Go Further, It Feels so Good

Photo Credit: Kakadu National Park, Victoria by Gabrielle Clark The first time I tried Focusing something was not right. I was usually good at what I tried, and I could pick most things up easily. Not focusing—I froze, I could not do it. My body would shake, my jaw would shake, no words would come … Continue reading When You Help Me Go Further, It Feels so Good

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