SELF PRACTICE - ONLINE STUDIES
Concentrated modules on key areas of practice
MODULE 3 - But, what do you want? Uncovering our innate wants, needs and desires.
Understanding how things ARE is what we did in MODULE 2.
But determining how we WANT things to be is the key area of focus of MODULE 3.
When you’re sitting with the prompts and questions within this module, don’t be alarmed when limiting beliefs begin to shut down your responses. It takes a great deal of courage to be hopeful for a better and more balanced future.
You are encouraged to be as expansive as possible. If you want it, you deserve to have it.
But we can’t have nor experience that which we’re not willing to identify.
Let’s get expansive.
Answer the following questions, without judgment, scepticism or projecting self-doubt:
Describe your ideal relationship with your body.
How do you want to feel in your body when you’re in the bathroom?
How do you want to feel in your body when you’re intimate with yourself?
How do you want to feel in your body when you’re intimate with other people?
How do you want to feel in your body when you’re at the beach?
How do you want to feel in your body when you’re dining with friends?
How do you want to feel in your body when you’re navigating emotionally challenging conversations?
If you could wake up tomorrow and your body look / be any way you wished: what would that look like? Why is that desirable or necessary for you?
Are your wishes based on desirability or necessity?
If your body was something only you could experience (no one else could see) - would your relationship with your body shift or change in any way? If so, how?
Are you seeing your body through your eyes? Or through the eyes of how you think other people see you?
Task: write a letter to your body. Talk to it. What do you have to say to it? Do you have to apologise? Do you have to thank it? Where have you disagreed in the past? What have you both been through? Write a letter to your body and let nothing go unsaid. Once done. Read it to yourself.
- This is the end of MODULE 3 -