According to Your Assessment Responses,
appears to be your Strongest Area of Embodiment.
As an area of embodiment, your CENTER is where you sense into and balance your feelings, emotions, thoughts, and overall energy.
When you are skillfully embodying your Center, you are in touch with your feelings and have the core inner resources to manage and balance them. As a result, you naturally 'feel centered.’
You can more easily (re)find your calm within most any storm, and when your boundaries are become compromised, or the ‘distractions’ of life pull you off-center, you can reclaim your cool in a natural, authentic way.
Those who can attend to their Center in an embodied way find they’re more naturally equipped to self-regulate emotional states—to calm their energy when it gets over-agitated and to bring it back up when it sinks low.
When Your Center Is More Fully EmbodieD:
But—When Your Center Is NOT as Fully EmbodieD:
If this area tends to be a more natural place for you to 'hang out', then embodying it even more deeply, in more aspects of your personal & professional life, could be a great way for you to benefit even more from the tendencies and strengths you already have!
And this also implies that...
EXCHANGING with Others
could be your weakest Area of Embodiment.
Most of people tend to have a 'way of being' that's less natural & comfortable for them. Very often, your most consistent & profound challenges are linked to this 'weaker' area of embodiment. Embodying this area more fully can hold a big key to you reaching more of your full potential.
And so the Question then is...
How can you EMBODY a more Easeful and Effective Balance between these two Areas?
Here's a short video from UZAZU founder and embodiment expert Dylan Newcomb about the embodied integration of Centering and Exchanging, and how you can use it in your life.
Start by understanding how The Four Areas of Embodiment function together, and how even just few minutes of embodiment practice each day can improve your life!
Welcome to UZAZU Dynamic Embodiment!
Hello! My name is Dylan Newcomb, and I’ve been researching, developing, and teaching UZAZU Dynamic Embodiment for the past 15 years. UZAZU is a very unique and modern form of embodied practice—combining simple postures and (interactive) movements with breath and visualization—that's based in principles from embodied cognitive neuroscience and interpersonal neurobiology. There's nothing else quite like it out there.
And that’s why those who learn & practice this simple yet powerful technique, tend to rave about profoundly how it's helping them—in so many areas of their life....
The free webinar I'm offering (below) is very interactive, and gives you a direct experience of the kinds of embodied states that UZAZU empowers you to access. Most people find that it starts working for them even on their first try. Already right in this webinar, you can start feeling more grounded, having better boundaries, and connecting more easily with others.
Are you curious to experience this for yourself? I look forward to meeting you there...!
Join the FREE Training Webinar with UZAZU Founder Dylan Newcomb!
How the Four Core Areas of Embodiment Can Help You Thrive Now.
If you’d like to learn more, now is the time! We’re only offering this LIVE, INTERACTIVE webinar for A VERY LIMITED TIME. Sign up now to secure your spot!
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