WHAT TO PRACTICE AFTER THE INTRODUCTORY CLASS
Many people after the first class of the Realization Process® ask me what they should do in order to cultivate this process of being in their body. I decided to write few things down to help you in your process.
As any new thing, PRACTICE makes a difference, and the Realization Process is not different. In fact, Practice in the RP changes the depth of your experience. You will need to practice but at the same time you will also need to be patient with yourself and relax about it. Some suggestions:
1) WHAT TO DO
Choose 1 or 2 things that you like most, and practice those. Please do not get obsessed with those exercises either. After practicing, please relax about and do something else.
A) Center of the palms. Feel the center of your palms. You can feel the right side, then the left side. Now feel both centers at the same time. You are NOT thinking about them. You are really finding and feeling the centers of your palms. Let your whole experience in this moment be the center of your hands.
B) Any symmetrical points: Feel any symmetrical points (feet; or knees; or hip sockets; or shoulder sockets; or hands; or center of the soles of your heels) in your body at the same time. If you cannot feel both at the same time, feel one side first. Then, feel the other, then both at the same time. This will help center your mind, and balance better both sides. You do not need to do all of those mentioned points. Just choose one. When you are deep in any part of your body, you enter the whole internal space of your body.
2) WHEN TO PRACTICE
How often should you practice? I suggest once a day. Then let it go and don’t think about it anymore. Some ideas for you:
a) While exercise (gym, yoga, hiking, walking, pool, etc). The RP is great during exercises!
b) While you are waiting for something or someone (in lines at bank, supermarket, doctor, etc)
c) In the car, before driving and/or after arriving at a parking lot: feel your feet, legs and sitting bones.
The Realization Process® is a body-centered approach to personal and spiritual healing and maturity. It integrates the ancient process of spiritual realization with the modern psychological and relational healing, and embodiment.