Embodiment

 

What does embodiment mean?

An awakening can be lived from to different degrees in different situations and areas of life. And embodiment is the process where we learn to live from the awakening in more situations and areas of life.

How do I invite in embodiment?

Healing. I invite in healing for parts of me that need healing. When something in me is unhealed, it tends to operate from reactivity and (unmet) fear. And when it’s healed, it’s more receptive to the awakening and living from awakening. When I say “healing” I mean healing of emotional issues, wounds, and traumas – small and large.

Maturing. Maturing in an ordinary human sense allows for a different and more mature way of embodying the awakening. When we live from awakening, how we live from it partly depends on our ordinary human maturity. And how do we mature? We mature through experience, living life, healing, and receptivity to maturing.

Familiarity. Embodiment also comes from familiarity with living from awakening. As we live from it in different situations and areas of life, we gain familiarity and experience. And that allows us to live from it differently.

Intention. Intention is crucial. An ongoing intention to embody the awakening in more situations and areas of life.

The two most important ones are probably intention and healing. The maturing and familiarity tend to come over time when the two first ones are in place.

I realize I have glossed over what awakening means here. I chose to let it go since it’s addressed in other posts.

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Initial notes…..

  • embodiment
    • what does embodiment mean?
      • (a) awakening, some measure of awakening
      • (b) living from that awakening
        • healing parts of us so they can embody the awakening
        • maturing in an ordinary human sense
        • getting used to living from it, familiarity
        • intention to live from it (important for it to happen)
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What does embodiment mean?

When there is a measure of awakening, we can live from that awakening to different degrees in different situations and areas of life. And embodiment is the process where we learn to live from the awakening in more situations and areas of life.

First, what is awakening? To me, it’s the divine waking up to itself as all there is.

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Healing. I invite in healing for parts of me that need healing. When something in me is unhealed, it tends to operate from reactivity and (unmet) fear. When any wound, belief, or identification is triggered in me, the tendency is to react to it, and that makes it more difficult to live from awakening. And when it’s healed, it’s more receptive to the awakening and living from awakening.

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Note: I have glossed over what awakening means here. I chose to let it go since it’s addressed in other posts. Also, when I say “healing” I mean healing of emotional issues, wounds, and traumas – small and large.

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