I believe being body-wise is a state of being anyone - HSP or not - can cultivate.
Most importantly, it's a state of being, like being highly sensitive, that can feel both deeply beautiful, and deeply vulnerable.
Those days when I'm holding space for a client or class (this works virtually and in person) and I feel like a tuning fork ringing my unique tone ... alternately leading, following and harmonizing with the other tone(s) in the room ... creating a symphony of insights and shifting perspectives.
The days when I feel as if the world is ringing my body like a giant cathedral bell, knocking me off center, leaving me wobbling and swaying along a path of someone else's making. And that’s so disconcerting…
A body-wise womxn knows how best to support herself because she feels it in her bones.
But, what if the world is so loud you can't hear your bones?
Or what if you're sick, or overstretched, or overwhelmed?
What if you wake up and realize you're wobbling along a path not yours?
Nature, once again, is solace and companion.
Anchoring our tuning fork bodies into an earthy port opens space for being and belonging. For knowing we are innately interwoven with our ecosystem, part of a planetary system of support, never alone with the intensity of how we perceive.
And, once anchored, we are more resilient. More resilience means more experiences of body-wise beauty.