Liberated Body Podcast
About This Show
Brooke Thomas of liberatedbody.com is gathering together the thought leaders and experts who are shedding light on what it means to thrive in our bodies. Whether you're a body nerd, or someone who is looking to turn their cranky body happy again, the Liberated Body Podcast has the resources you've been looking for.
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Ep 68: The Realization Process with Judith Blackstone
Today I’m talking with Judith Blackstone. Judith is the creator of The Realization Process, which is an integrated approach to embodiment, psychological, relational, physical healing, and spiritual awakening. That maybe sounds like a tall order, but I’m here to tell you as someone who has been in the somatic fields for 20 years and who just finished my certification in The Realization Process, it’s the most accessible and glorious embodiment work I have come across. So it’s a delight for me to be able to introduce one of my teachers here on Liberated Body. Judith is a clinical psychologist and a meditation practitioner and student of contemplative traditions with more than 40 years of experience. She is the author of several books including Belonging Here and The Enlightenment Process, and she is also the co-founder of the Nonduality Institute which is dedicated to the science and practice of non-duality. In today’s conversation we’re talking about “the issues in the tissues”, or how emotional pain gets bound in the body- and also how it can be released, what fundamental consciousness is and why it’s useful to attune to it, how your experience of gravity and your fluidity of movement changes with this embodiment work, what happens when people bypass their stuck emotional pain, and how this work can help what I call the “senseys” of the world- the empaths- to do their work and to live fully without feeling overwhelmed much of the time.
Rated 5 out of
Essential listening for body people
This podcast consistently changes how I think and feel about my body. It informs me in a way which positively affects my yoga practice and teaching, my everyday movement, and my experience of my body generally. The interviewees are fascinating and include many leaders and paradigm-shifters. The interviews are well-conducted and structured with a really helpful practical spin. If you are interested in how your body/mind really works and how you can move and live in your body with greater ease, this podcast is essential listening. Really can't thank Brooke enough for putting this together week after week.
Date published: 2015-02-15