Metaphors for Autumn: Pruning, releasing, letting go, balancing, contraction, discernment, self-regulation, making space, inner listening, remembering your core. — Way of Joy
This week I have been super excited to be working on my First Ever Free preview call, From Stress to Surge: Tips to Get over it and Get on with it as well as on an upcoming webinar on Way of Joy qigong.
However, I have to acknowledge that as I work, I’m experiencing huge amounts of… errr… discomfort. I think this is partly because my learning curve using new kinds of technology is so steep. But I think an even bigger piece is that I have to let go of some of my old (read, outdated) ways of doing things.
As I bring focus to refreshing my work to make it ever more accessible, I’m learning to become comfortable with (what seems to be a constant state of) being uncomfortable. Albert Einstein once said, “You can’t solve a problem with the same kind of thinking that created it,” so I’m down for the change. At the same time, I do need have to keep remembering to Let Go to get there. Remembering the themes for autumn as well as this Taoist story (and qigong practice) helps.
From Stress To Surge: Tips to Get It Going: A FREE Call with Vicki Dello Joio, speaker, performer and teacher. Integrating over 40 years of Chi Kung practice with other martial arts as well as her work in Yoga, Feldenkreis, physical fitness and theater, Vicki has developed a dynamic set of tools to increase awareness, transform obstacles into opportunities and enhance creative potential. Book: The Way of Joy, CD: Short Meditations for a Busy Life.