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October 12, 2021

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Change Happens at the Edge of Our Comfort Zone

Enlightenment to me is a movement in the here and now, not a goal to be reached.

– Gert van Leeuwen –

Change Happens at the Edge of Our Comfort Zone

“When we isolate our tension and explore the feeling of space, or energy, then at some point, we reach the edge of our comfort zone. At the edge of our comfort zone, we have the possibility to change… In the process of change, the whole body starts to open up — it starts to express itself as a whole. When we make a decision to step into the wholeness of the body, then conflict will dissolve in the experience of the wholeness. That’s an analogy of the world — if you see the wholeness of the world, the local conflict will dissolve in it.” Gert van Leeuwen, the founder of Critical Alignment Yoga shares more in this post. { read more }

Be The Change

To learn more, join a special ‘Intro to Critical Alignment’ session later this month. More details and RSVP info here. { more }

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