When we pay attention to somatics and observe how our bodies feel in certain situations and moments, we are able to adjust and make changes. We might be able to embody new practices and in the process, create a new body with new habits and actions.
For example, when we catch ourselves slouching, we can notice how we feel in those moments, and then take an action to shift our stance, and in doing so, we also shift our mood or shift our perspective. Over time, or maybe in no time at all, this can change how we approach our lives; with confidence and embodiment, with curiosity and perhaps courage to face the unknown.
In the video, I explain why somatics are important, and of course, why babies are so flexible.