Inside work-out – strength, balance and flexibility
So this will be me first upload for the work-out page I have constructed recently. As has been said countless of times on this website, I see health as a holistic art, not as an analytical reductionism. By reducing health by merely addressing the factual world, we deny the influence of the world of forms and ideas, the mental and the energetic world of e-motion or energy in motion. This page is dedicated to outer work or work-outs, opposed to many other articles that address inner work. By taking a holistic approach our thinking processes change from analysis to synthesis. However, to make it comprehensible, we need to classify, identify and label parts of our being. So this is what I am doing on this page especially. I only want to offer tools and inspiration that might enable you to work on the physical. Our body is our game-piece for life, our instrument to play and our arena in which we navigate the world. The better we train the human animal, the more ease we may receive in terms of physical well-being and comfort. Even up to a point in which you become very comfortable with being unconformable, and this is one of the points of doing yoga or any other form of mindful athletics. By putting ourselves in theses higher form of movements like athletics, tantra or dance, we create new motor engram’s in our nervous system that simultaneously trains the mind as well. So keep in mind that whatever we do, we influence other layers of our being as well. But to make it comprehensible, I classify it for teaching purposes.
The following work-out is part of my own movement practice. When it comes to yoga, gymnastics and body weight training, I am not advanced, but intermediate. Monkeys see monkeys do, and the beauty of the internet is that we can inspire each other to move differently, and, therefore, be different. Our physiology greatly influences our psychological processes. It is this great paradox that the soul is attracted to its greatest polar, the body. The complexity of the body will always remain an endless source of inspiration for the simplicity of our essence.
Enjoy and pass on the torch, help me with my practice, and I can help you with yours. The student-teacher role is interchangeable. Monkeys see, monkeys do.
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All the best,