Moving Embraces

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture

For a week now I’ve been staying with Nelli in Santa Fe in New Mexico. Past Sunday we had a small party with a few of her friends. After the dinner we explored “Who is Embracing?” together. I’ve been thinking of expanding the “Small We — Big We” exercise into wider embraces, so we did that.

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture

We started with the “Heart Tube” meditation followed by the “Small We — Big We” embrace. We were standing together inside the embrace of the “Big We” — the group field that was bigger than us, it was holding us and being us. At the same time we were being that field and simultaneous being single individuals.

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture

After a while half of the group moved out and formed a circle around our We-space, becoming Humanity embracing our group. We explored the relationship between We and Humanity, speaking from, feeling as and being those two perspectives.

Then the inner circle merged with the outer and we were all Humanity.
Being seven billion bodies and all the emotions and thoughts going on.
Being that multi-human organism is a profound experience.

Next, half of the group embraced Humanity as the Biosphere.
This was a very powerful embrace.
So much longing and love from the Biosphere, so nurturing to be embraced by it.

I won’t tell you more about our experiences, because there are so much to explore here, so many perspectives and emotions and I don’t want to narrow your view by going into details about what we experienced.

So just start exploring your self!

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture

 Photos of the sculpture outside the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

One Response to Moving Embraces

  1. Jackie Bergman January 31, 2013 at 11:30 #

    I get inspired by moving outside the perspective of my autopilote! Thank you!

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