Habitual posture. Habitual emotion. Habitual thought | on the edge

Our habitual postures are connected to habitual emotions and habitual thoughts in a strange dance – if you have a certain association, then you take a certain posture and have a certain feeling, so it’s very difficult to think anything new, to feel anything new, or to sense in a new way – if you try to change it’s impossible because each center is supported by the other two.

. . . . . Taking new, unaccustomed postures enables you to observe yourself inside differently from the way you usually do in ordinary conditions.

 

Source: Habitual posture. Habitual emotion. Habitual thought. « olivier goetgeluck

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