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AND THEY PAUSED

AND THEY PAUSED

And they paused and looked at their livesAnd realised it was more appearance than substanceAnd more busyness than sanity When the rushing subsidedThey were embarrassedBut thankful to wake upfrom a kind of trance And they walked out into the sunshineWith loved...

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7 THINGS MORE IMPORTANT THAN HAND-WASHING

7 THINGS MORE IMPORTANT THAN HAND-WASHING

As someone who’s taught resilience in disaster and war zones to many humanitarian agencies and several militaries, here’s a few things more important than Vitamin C and anti-viral hand-wash right now: - being present to yourself- a sense of purpose- pleasure- social...

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Verbal mistakes to avoid when teaching Embodiment

Verbal mistakes to avoid when teaching Embodiment

These are the most common verbal mistakes I see people in this field make: Giving possible outcomes and metaphors, rather than clear methods, e.g. “Empty your mind”, or, “Have a mind like water”, versus “Bring your attention to the physical sensations of breathing”....

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Embodiment Book – Out Today!

Embodiment Book – Out Today!

The labour of love is finally available! Embodiment - Moving Beyond Mindfulness is out now on Amazon! The book is a deep yet accessible overview of the field of embodiment. It's also super personal and it feels somewhat vulnerable to be putting it out there, but I'm...

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My list of trauma healing

My list of trauma healing

Things I’ve found useful for my own trauma healing in no particular order (and it’s very personal): - EMDR (especially good for single instances) - TRE (empowering as you can do it yourself anywhere) - Long-term relational therapy - Bodywork (most recently...

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Learn from thy enemy

Learn from thy enemy

Part of maturity is being able to see that which is beautiful and true, even in that which you despise, and even in that which has hurt you. As my mate Ken says, “nobody is smart enough to be totally wrong”. Having had some vicious and ironically unjust attacks from...

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Trauma bullshit

Trauma bullshit

Dealing with the low level but incessant agitation of Ukraine for even a few days has reminded me of this: Traumatised people and countries can be a real pain in the arse. Ukraine, I love you, but like me and half of the world, you’re disconnected, sick and often act...

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Welcome to the new EFC blog

This will feature a mixture of written and video content from Mark Walsh and members of the EFC community.

To start with, here are some very recent videos showing EFC 2016 in action and examples of embodied coaching techniques:

Body listening coaching:

Contract coaching tool:

Relationship coaching:

4 Elements coaching:

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