Communication within an organization is a challenge due to the potential diversity
of its constituents. Beyond a lack of personal congruence, different people often
have different styles of communication and assign different meanings and interpretations
to events and things.
Movement is a basic form of communication. When body
and mind are congruent, communication with others becomes more clear. Dialogue
is a form of communication, an exchange between two or more people that is a catalyst
for growth. Exchange by its nature requires interaction or contact. This contact
During the dialogue process, people learn how to think
together, not just in the sense of analyzing a shared problem or creating new
pieces of shared knowledge, but in the sense of occupying a united awareness,
in which the thoughts, emotions, and resulting actions belong not to one individual,
but to all of them together.
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Body referencing is simply using the body as a source of information, observing
without judgment, sensations, thoughts and feelings, in the present moment. BodyMindWellBeing
participants explore new relationships with their bodies, enhancing the ability
to a) breathe more fully, b) track sensation and c) integrate movement, trains
the capacity to connect and identify with the life of the body, and its natural
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Body Referencing Exercise.