Being open to the World around us

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Being open to the World around us

We live, breathe, move, act… within the world that surrounds us, a world of infinite richness and therefore of great complexity. It’s impossible to live closed in upon ourselves, separated from this world; we are as one with the world and are unable to exist without it.

To engage in self-development, to learn how to better organise ourselves for action and in our daily lives, improving performances, our efficiency… this is a process which only makes sense if through these developments we allow ourselves real changes in our relationship to the environment surrounding us. The essence of our well-being is to be in continual dynamic interaction with the world in which we are evolving; to be nourished and influenced by it while at the same time being conscience of the consequences of our actions upon our environment.
We’re able to maintain this interaction by virtue of our awakened senses, and also by the presence and availability of our entire being,
whatever our thoughts, actions or emotional state of the moment.
Thanks to our sensory perception, we’re able to inhabit this physical world. This on-going relationship nourishes and colours our daily actions and creations while at the same time allowing us to develop them in an open and dynamic space.
Our “sensorial field” becomes the field of action within which our movements, voice, respiration
and broad communication with ourselves and others develop.
Further, in our relation to the environment, to others, we’re like one big cell which, depending on the situations we’re confronted with, the perception we have of them and of our inner states, dilates or contracts, opens or closes, either partially or globally,
  1. Developing our field of attention , both internally and externally.(1h20)
  2. Developing our auditory field of attention and how it influences other functions walking, breathing, make sounds. (1h)
  3. On the stomach lifting the head to look ahead. Elongation of the whole front side. (1h20)
  4. Discovering the spaces surrounding the head and how they are impacted by Movements. (55mn)
  5. Variations in opening the mouth while creating restrictions or letting go at the back of the mouth. (35mn)
  6. Exploring the dynamics of dilation and retraction of ourselves as a big cell. Part 1 (rotation of the legs/opening of the front of lumbar spine). (1h15)
  7. xploring the dynamics of dilation and retraction of ourselves as a big cell. Part 2 (rotation of the arms/opening of face, eyes, nostrils, auditory field of attention). (1h05)
  8. Turning around ourself 360 degrees to be able to see, hear and smell. (1h45)
  9. Délation / retraction of the face and its sphincters. (1h)


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