Judith Blackstone, Ph.D., will teach the main embodiment practices of the Realization Process and discuss their application to healing from the effects of trauma.
These gentle, precise attunement practices uncover a dimension of subtle, unitive consciousness that we can experience as the basis of both our individual wholeness and our oneness with our surroundings.
These practices cultivate resilience, grounding, self-possession, and authenticity. They deepen and refine all of our human capacities--for physical sensation, emotional responsiveness, understanding, and perception. Judith will also describe how we constrict and fragment ourselves in reaction to trauma, and how the embodiment of unitive consciousness can help us find the exact pathways of these constrictions, and release them.
Judith is the founder of the Realization Process and teaches it in workshops and teacher training. Her books include Trauma and the Unbound Body: the Healing Power of Fundamental Consciousness.
Take-Aways from the event:
Inhabiting the body can help heal the effects of trauma.
We can experience an undivided, unbreakable ground of consciousness, pervading our body and environment.
Inhabiting the body as unitive consciousness provides a sense of authenticity, self-possession, empowerment, and self-love.
Inhabiting the body as unitive consciousness deepens and frees our ability to think, feel and sense.
We react to trauma by binding our body and being through the medium of the fascia.
As the subtle undivided ground of our being, we can more easily discern and release the trauma-based binding from the body.
About Judith Blackstone, Ph.D.:
Judith Blackstone, Ph.D., is the founder of the Realization Process, a method of embodied psychological and relational healing and nondual spiritual awakening.
Judith teaches workshops and teacher certification trainings throughout the United States and online. She was a psychotherapist in private practice for many years and before that, a professional dancer.
The Realization Process includes practices for realizing and stabilizing in nondual realization, as well as a method of recovering from trauma called Healing Ground, and a method of embodied movement called Stillness Moving.
She is the author of several books, including Trauma and the Unbound Body: the Healing Power of Fundamental Consciousness, The Enlightenment Process, and Belonging Here: a Guide for the Spiritually Sensitive Person. www.realizationprocess.org.
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