Monday, April 18, 2011

Being with

One of the most important things I have learned from AT teacher Yehuda Kuperman is to put these words to one of the most important aspects of what we practice and hope to transmit through the Technique: the experience of simply "being with".  The changes that we may desire cannot occur until we first accept what is, and that means just being with whatever is, here and now.

Let us be like the magnolia flower in springtime, opening up to the sky...accepting sun, wind, rain, storms, insects, falling petals, or the gentle loving touch of human hands... simply being with the existence of everything that is, within and without, with open acceptance.

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