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Slip into Something a Little More Integral


 

 
Is Ken Wilber’s theory too “heady” for you? Are you more of an “embodiment” junkie? Then check out this brief video in which Integral Chick Nicole Churchill breaks down how she brings Ken’s brilliant thought into her unique embodiment practice, Kosmic Pulse (a practice that blends music, movement, consciousness, expression, and community into an inspirational dance experience). She does a beautiful job showing us how we can bridge our mind and our body through movement without sacrificing either along the way. And, next time you’re in Boston, check out one of her classes and the wide array of support offered at her Integral Life Practice Studio, Samadhi.

What’s Hot for Nicole Right Now…

 
 

Currently Reading: Teaching Yoga: Essential Foundations and Techniques by Mark Stephens

Practice Focus: Stabilizing awakened awareness on and off the cushion.

Currently Watching: Wonder Pets

Currently Listening To: All is Wild, All is Silent by Balmorhea

Shadow Element or Emotion Discovered While Writing This: Mild dork alert running in the background, but overall not experiencing too much self grab.

Link of the Week: Boston Yoga & Chant Fest 2012

Nicole Churchill MA, MT-BC is the co-founder of Samadhi – an Integral Life Practice center located just outside Boston, Massachusetts. She is a board certified Music Therapist, Integral Psychotherapist and Expressive Movement innovator, having studied at Berklee College of Music for her B.A. in music and Naropa University for her Masters in expressive arts, music therapy and transpersonal counseling psychology. Today, she has the fortunate luck to share offices at Samadhi with her primary dharma teacher Dr. Daniel Brown studying Indo-Tibetan Mahamudra and Dzogchen.

Dustin DiPerna is an authority on world religions and brings a provocative, and often brilliant perspective to the topic by incorporating developmental psychology and integral theory. After spending two years at Integral Institute from 2003-2005 working for both the seminar team and Integral Spiritual Center, inspired by all that he experienced, Dustin left I-I to begin writing full time about the nexus of religion and psychological development.

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