EMBODYING CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Diane Musho Hamilton & Miles Kessler [Encore Post]

What does it mean to “embody conflict resolution”? In the below “Darma Bite” I continue the series of Dharma Discussions with Integral Facilitator & Zen Sensei Diane Musho Hamilton. In this excerpt from our discussion, we talk about conflict resolution in the field of mediation as compared to Aikido, and how they are in essence the same thing. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this short excerpt on “Embodying Conflict Resolution”.

Embodying Conflict Resolution

Embodiment For Mindfulness & A.C.T. FacilitatorsMiles Kessler

Join Miles Kessler for this special 3-day training for teachers, trainers, & therapists who are working in the fields of mindfulness & A.C.T. facilitation.

  • Day One (04/27): “Working With Your Inner Resistance & Shadow”
  • Day Two (04/28): “Embodying Your Facilitation”
Date: April 27, 2019—April 28, 2019
Time: 10:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Event: Embodiment For Mindfulness & A.C.T. Facilitators
Sponsor: See True Mindfulness
Location: Den Bosch, Netherlands
Public: Public

Movement & Stillness

Teaching & Guided Meditation w/ Miles Kessler

How often do you stop in life? Just stop. In the middle of the relentless rush of your daily life. To intentionally take a moment, a minute, an hour, a day… to stop acting and doing, and to just be in the stillness surrounded by the flow of things. And how often do you engage the movement of life as a flow? To effortlessly, selflessly, and elegantly align with the very movement that is the essence of living. Join me in this Facebook Live replay for a deeper look into the meaning of Movement & Stillness.

Meditation Embodied w/ Miles Kessler

3 Life Lessons From Aikido

Facebook Live Replay w/ Miles Kessler

What does it mean to “take your Aikido off the mat”? As your Aikido skill develops in the dojo, is it also helping you to develop your “life skills”? Just how much is your practice impacting your life? As part of my “Aikido & The Evolution Of Response” blog series, I recently did a Facebook Live broadcast that gets to the heart of these questions; namely “3 Life Lessons From Aikido.”

3 Life Lessons From Aikido

“Dharma & The Evolution Of Conflict” | 5-Day Retreat w/ Diane Musho Hamilton & Miles Kessler in beautiful southern Utah

Date: July 11, 2018—July 15, 2018
Event: Dharma & The Evolution Of Conflict | 5-Day Retreat w/ Diane Musho Hamilton & Miles Kessler
Topic: Dharma & The Evolution Of Conflict
Sponsor: Two Arrows Zen
Venue: Boulder Mt. Zendo
Location: Torry, Utah
U.S.A.
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.

10 Ways Centering In Aikido Helps You Grow

Aikido & The Evolution Of Response

Centering is the core transformational practice of Aikido. It is the foundational principle in Aikido, upon which all other principles rest. Not only is centering a linchpin practice of the art, it is also the principle that when developed will have the biggest impact on your life. The below post will help you establish your center deeper in both your Aikido and your life. Let’s look at 10 Ways Centering In Aikido Helps You Grow.

Centering In Aikido

Embodying Conflict Resolution

Dharma Bite w/ Diane Musho Hamilton & Miles Kessler

What does it mean to “embody conflict resolution”? In the below “Darma Bite” I continue the series of Dharma Discussions with Integral Facilitator & Zen Sensei Diane Musho Hamilton. In this excerpt from our discussion, we talk about conflict resolution in the field of mediation as compared to Aikido, and how they are in essence the same thing. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this short excerpt on “Embodying Conflict Resolution”.

Embodying Conflict Resolution

Aikido & The Power Of Choice

Aikido & The Evolution Of Response - Video Series

“Aikido & The Power Of Choice” is the 3rd video in my teaching series on “Aikido & The Evolution Of Response”, my developmental system for having greater awareness, connection, and creativity in the midst of stress and conflict. Be sure two previous videos on “Aikido & The Survival Instinct”, and “Aikido & The Practice Of Delayed Gratification” if you haven’t seen them yet.

Aikido & The Power Of Choice

RETURNING TO THE MARKET PLACE

The Embodiment Podcast

My good friend Mark Walsh of “Integration Training” has launched a new podcast called “The Embodiment Podcast.” Mark is a teacher and leading voice in the embodiment movement and he has been rocking it on youtube where his instructional videos on embodiment have gotten over a bizillion views. So I was happy to hear that he was moving into the podcasting space with his long overdue launching of “The Embodiment Podcast.” It was my total pleasure to be invited to be a guest one of Mark’s first episodes where dove into the challenging topic of “Returning To The Marketplace.” 

Polarity, Sex & Enlightenment

A Spontaneous Conversation w/ Miles Kessler & Mark Walsh

In our previous chat, master facilitator Mark Walsh (“The Embodiment Podcast”) and I spoke about 3 phases of our personal development, namely “retreating from the world, returning to the marketplace and expressing our practice in virtual space” – and how each one of these moves comes with its set of challenges and learning curves. In this video once again we’re off to the races as we romp through the topic of “Polarity, Sex, & Enlightenment.

Polarities, Sex, Enlightement