As Osho once said “ Life is a mystery to be lived, rather than a problem to be solved .”
“Laughter has meditative power and medicinal powers. It certainly changes your very chemistry; it changes your brain waves, it changes your intelligence—you become more intelligent. The parts of your mind that have been asleep suddenly wake up. The laughter reaches to the innermost part of your brain, to your heart. A man of laughter cannot have a heart attack. A man of laughter cannot commit suicide. A man of laughter automatically comes to know the world of silence, because when laughter cease suddenly there is silence. And each time laughter becomes deeper it is followed by deeper silence.” – Osho
Finding ways of being safe and comfortable in our authenticity, innocence and playfulness with an orientation on exploring and discovering the body as a resource to support creativity and spirituality. Our spontaneity and ability to trust our impulses enhances our aliveness.
Embodiment , resourcing , somatic movement, touch and perception are holistic approaches proven to be effective as therapeutic, healing, self-regulation (stress management) and spiritual practices.
Being able to stay consciously connected to our own bodies gives us an orientation of where we are in this moment. From this place our ability to respond to ourselves, others and our environment moves with clarity.
Enjoying our creativity enhances our ability to respond and play with situations and at the same time remain alert and grounded in ourselves. The ability to respond, rather than react in habitual protective ways, keeps the possibility for life to remain fresh and available to this moment. We remain new and innocent to the moment, while being able to respect our limits and boundaries.
Authenticity, playfulness and spontaneity support and create space and distance from personality identification. By being able not to take ourselves seriously helps us to play with life rather than identify with the stories and make it a struggle.
In this group , we will be experientially discovering how the support of the group and supporting each other in our individuality, inspires and empowers our playfulness and creativity.
Self-regulation can be integrated through exploring our bodies natural need for a balance between action and integration and rest . Expression and restoration complement each other and enhance our unique ability to play with and allow life’s mystery .
Playfulness is an integral foundation that brings us to the moment , discharges tension, relaxes the nervous system ,supports healing ,integrating ,connecting and authentically relating to ourselves and others .In freeing up our responses , we can play with life in embodied spontaneity.