The next installment of the groundbreaking course Full Spectrum Mindfulness is here, and it focuses entirely on the 4 most important health transformations of your life: Food, Drink, Strength and Pleasure/Pain mindfulness.
Since its launch in November 2015, Ken Wilber’s revolutionary Full Spectrum Mindfulness web course has helped thousands of people see what is possible when they activate all 8 levels of mindfulness inside themselves. Now, in response to overwhelming popular demand, Ken has created a deep dive into body mindfulness.
This first, foundational Full Body Mindfulness explores:
Changing your relationship to your food drives is the foundation of your health. Get control of the hunger drives, food addictions, and emotional eating that create chronic problems with weight and dissatisfaction with your diet.
Your body is 95% water, and the quality of your hydration contributes to the total health of your body. Move beyond your addiction to additives like caffeine, sugar, alcohol or toxins and give your body the awareness and fuel it needs to thrive.
Strength & Skeletal Mindfulness
Strength, agility and energy are the foundation of an active, movement-centered life. Not only does cross-training body practices accelerate your mindfulness, it also helps you to develop a new appreciation for the incredible beauty and strength of your own body.
Pain and Pleasure Mindfulness
Let’s face it: pain and pleasure drive much of our behavior, especially around food, exercise and our daily activities. Full body mindfulness entails moving beyond a confining and narrow “comfort zone” and becoming fully aware of how much your thinking, decisions and behavior are driven by the pleasure you’re seeking or the pain you’re trying to avoid in your life.
WITNESSING: The Process of Full Body Witnessing will teach you to shift the subject of your drives, addictions and allergies to objects of your awareness. This is the first step in transforming problematic patterns into healthy lifelong habits.
VIDEOTAPING: The Process of Videotaping will teach you to look at the “you” of your mindfulness practice from all angles without judgement in order to better understand the deeper drives that interrupt your goals.
TOGGLING: The Process of Toggling will teach you to change between the witnessing state and your bodily experience in order to get freedom and control over your food, drink, strength and pain/pleasure drives.
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