Modern spirituality tends to be very mind-based, very disembodied, and “up there” – focusing overly on ascending or transcending our present moment experience. But this often gives rise to issues such as dissociation, lack of groundedness, spiritual bypassing, and even rejecting ourselves and what’s authentically appearing for us. We need to focus on practicing embodied spirituality just as equally as other aspects of the spiritual experience. This is where the embodiment practice we call SOAR comes into the picture. SOAR stands for Stop, Observe, Allow, Rest – and we explore it more in-depth in this video.
Contents & summary:
0:00– Introduction 1:09– The Goal of SOAR 2:38– Break Down of SOAR 5:33– Guided Experience of SOAR 12:01– Conclusion