Category Archives: Embodiment

Focusing: A tool for troubled times

I’ve been feeling unsettled over the few days and I’m not alone. Many of us feel the chill shadow of uncertainly cast by the events of the last few months. What’s the best response to such troubled times? The American … Continue reading

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Ecosomatics: An Embodied Ecology

Most people accept that our behaviour is destroying vital ecosystems, yet there’s very little being done about it. Why? There are several factors, but a key part of the problem is that we’re in denial. I find it pretty hard … Continue reading

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Where is wilderness?

I’m currently featured as a ‘wilderness thinker’ for a project on ‘Thinking Wilderness’. I took a sideways look at the question of what ‘wilderness’ means and came up with more questions than answers. I explore the question ‘Where is wilderness?’ … Continue reading

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Becoming another: connected selves

My previous post critiqued the notion of humans becoming animal. I argued that humans are animals, so we can’t become animals. But there’s actually a much more interesting angle to all this. Ignoring for a moment species boundaries, what does … Continue reading

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Becoming Animal

I’m preparing for a forthcoming debate on the role of “becoming-animal in promoting ecological activity”. It’s at the University of Brighton on Saturday and I’ve been circling the question for a the last week or so. The debate is framed … Continue reading

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Embodied peacemaking

This is the 100th anniversary of the day Britain entered the First World War. Over 16 million people died. This was not to be the ‘war to end all wars’: conflict continues around the world, and many millions more have … Continue reading

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Embodied Facilitator Course

Last year was the first time that Integration Training offered their Embodied Facilitator Course – a professional course for people training and coaching in an embodied way. I was honored to be invited to be one of the guest trainers … Continue reading

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Living Embodiment Conference

I’ll be presenting at the Living Embodiment Conference this October. I’m very excited about this event, mainly because it brings together some of the most innovative embodiment trainers in the World. The line up includes people like Don Hanlon Johnson, … Continue reading

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Hand, World and Self

Mark Cahill has just had a hand transplant. His existing hand was so damaged by gout as to be useless, so surgeons amputated it and transplanted a donor’s hand. The team involved are pleased. Not only does the the transplant … Continue reading

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Being Embodied

I’ve been less active here lately, but not been slacking! I’ve recently written a blog post for Mark Walsh of Integration Training. Integration Training is unusual in that they use an “embodied learning” approach to corporate training. The training is … Continue reading

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