Continuum, Part 2: Calming the System
One part of Continuum is to allow our whole system — body, mind, emotions, spirit — to rest and settle. In that way it can integrate experiences, digest and regenerate itself. Starting in lying position on your back with the baseline. Eventually making a gentle HA-exhale, at least 3 times on every area: with the hands on the upper chest, then diaphragm, then the lower belly. Making tiny micro movements with the fingers. Then, after the breath invocation, allow the body to move, finding its own shapes and directions. Bringing awareness into the body through tracking the movement. Slow, gentle. As long as it takes, before coming back to baseline again. Volker was authorized as Continuum Teacher and practitioner by Emilie Conrad in 2012.