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Moving From Within
Well, it seems I'm very good at seeing patterns, and how they relate to the whole picture. I have also, through the years, had excellent teachers. But long before I could describe what I was doing, I was able to see and the help people help themselves. There was a woman whose arm was shorter than the other from a birth injury. She couldn't lift it. Within a month of working with her she was lifting her arm above her head, and it was the same length as the other. But then I couldn't explain what I did. In some ways I'm not doing anything all that differently now from what I did twenty years ago. But now I'm better able to describe the principles.
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Bonnie's 2016 Asia Tour
  Bonnie recently returned home from an incredible, seven-week teaching tour in Asia. A big thank you to everyone who made the trip possible - the organizers, the participants, the hosts and all who were involved behind-the-scene!
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On Suffering
The things that we think are the problems can be the gifts.
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New Release - Embodied Anatomy and the Ligamentous System
Ligaments set the boundaries of movement between the bones. They coordinate and guide muscular responses by directing the paths of movement between the bones and provide specificity, clarity, and efficiency for the alignment and movement of the bones. Actively engaged ligaments underlie specific and effortless movement of joints. Ligaments support the psychophysical quality of detailed specificity.
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Taking in Information
It's really important to not force information in when you can't receive. To accept all the things in our history that we have not been able to absorb. And to, little by little, allow information in that we don't have to do anything about except to accept. And to sit with it.
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On Breathing and Breath
With all the techniques of breathing that I’ve explored over about 50 years, the one that works the best for me is to awaken my awareness and then to be effortlessly breathing rather than focusing on making the breath.
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2013 Holiday Sale on Bonnie's DVDs
Receive an ADDITIONAL 10% off on top of the up to 33% discount on all of Bonnie's Embodied Anatomy DVDs. Four Special Children is only $24.
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Three Integrating Centers of Transformation
Through the lungs we exchange breathing with the plants. We breath in the breath they breathe out, and they breathe in the breath we breathe out. In the process of breathing, the lungs rhythmically embrace gently the heart.
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Breathing, the Brain and Bone Marrow
What are the physiological benefits of quieting our minds? Brain activity requires vast amounts of oxygen and receives available oxygen before all other organs. After the brain, the organ that utilizes available oxygen is bone marrow.
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Fluidity of Movement in Health and Vitality
If fish are sick, we don't inject the individual fish with anything. We release the barriers causing stagnation of the water, so that it can freely flow, we stop discharging toxins into the water supply, and we provide a natural environment. This article focuses on the movement of our fluids.
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