Ixchel Lunar and I want to raise awareness about how the systems and structures we live in are heavily impacting our relationship to time and to the body, and how the pace of life is a social construct that works against us in so many different ways.
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The episodes of this four-part series are potentially activating to your nervous system, so please make sure that you are in a good space to absorb the information and have a soothing practice at hand that you can turn to, should your nervous system be activated!
We live in systems that aren’t set up for our benefit, but seek to separate us from ourselves, each other and the land we live on, so we extract from and exploit the Earth and our own bodies for other people’s gain. Ixchel Lunar and I want to raise awareness about how these systems and structures have really impacted our experience and perspective of time, and how the pace of life is a social construct that works against us in so many different ways.
In today’s episode, we dive into all things flow:
- What a Flow state is and its benefits to your well-being
- The Flow cycle with its four phases
- How you can prepare and create the conditions to experience flow more often in your life
- What Sloth Medicine teaches us
- The importance of community and little steps
- How to work further with Ixchel or me
Resources we mentioned:
The introductory episode to this series (available on Spotify, Apple podcast, Google Podcast and Amazon Music)
How to Decolonize Time (available on Spotify, Apple podcast, Google Podcast and Amazon Music)
How to Decolonize the Body (available on Spotify, Apple podcast, Google Podcast and Amazon Music)
Ixchel’s mentors whose book you might want to explore:
Mihály Csíkszentmihályi: “Flow”
Steven Kotler: “The Art of Impossible”
Dr. Sandra Dalton
Dragon Letters (including 23 Rituals for Dreaming in the Wild)
My free Cycle Charting course
Book a chat or send me a mail if you prefer a written conversation.