A conversation with Philip Shepherd

In this episode, we speak with Philip Shepherd, author of New Self, New World and Radical Wholeness about his reflections on embodiment and why it matters. After Philip guides us into a brief practice of experiencing our embodied selves (not from our heads), we dive into exploring many topics, including his enlivening definition of intelligence as “grounded sensitivity,” about growing what he calls “axial consciousness,” about our “headist” modern culture, and much more.

 

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  1. […] I was interviewed for a great new podcast, Embodiment Matters. It is the creation of Erin Geesaman Rabke and Carl Rabke, two deeply committed educators and experts in a range of bodywork modalities and the principles that inform them. So it was a special treat to be interviewed by Carl for their new podcast – listen here: https://bodyhappy.com/embodiment-matters-podcast/a-conversation-with-philip-shepherd […]

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