Each button above will take you to that day’s content. Remember, this is a movement-based program and clicking on a link doesn’t qualify as doing the movement. 😉 Do the movements. Have fun, be curious and feel for the unexpected. Changing your world requires that something changes; make it you, make it now!


Layer One, Week Two – Sunday

Sunday’s Focus

Spend the day trying to identify your major routines. What do you do the same or nearly the same way every day?

Sunday’s Concepts

The movement we talk about in Movement-Based Wellness and Personal Development is life-force (energy, prana, ch’i, mojo, Shakti, Manitou, the Divine Spark, Qi, élan vital, aura, The Force).

We use physical movement as the primary doorway to learn about human energy because it most closely mirrors and translates to energy movement (life-force).

In addition to the physical movements of energy, you will explore the nature of human energy and how it relates to your thoughts, emotions, reactions, and predispositions.

Layer One, Week Two – Monday


Monday’s Focus

Which of your physical sensations are routine? What feels familiar on a daily basis?

Monday’s Concepts

Some things feel easier than others, people affect you differently. Some conversations are fluid and others stilted. Some days it feels like you are in-sync and others like you are a frenetic mess of thoughts and emotions. Energy moves very fluidly until it doesn’t. Fluidity happens when you let go of your predispositions, demands, and judgment.

Resistance to movement happens when your subconscious mind triggers a fear response. Fear inhibits fluidity. In this program, we are going to teach you to reduce your resistance and increase your fluidity.

Layer One, Week Two – Tuesday


Tuesday’s Focus

Which of your emotions are routine? What emotions are common for you? Are you generally upbeat or stern? How routinely are you angry, stressed-out, or overwhelmed? Is happy a default or an anomaly? Is anxious rare or overdone?

Tuesday’s Concepts

Everyone has the propensity to be fearful, stubborn, withdrawn, or reactive. We call that resistance. It is the place where you hoard, hinder, or compress the flow of energy.

Resistance is the physical, mental, and emotional manifestation of your fear.

Resistance is your subconscious mind’s desire to deny and limit your capacity, capability, and potential. You will learn to feel resistance as a set of sensations and get to know its qualities and the fear behind it.

Layer One, Week Two – Wednesday


Wednesday’s Focus

What thoughts seem to bubble up every day? What beliefs, judgments, and fears do you habitually gnash, gnaw, and grind? How often is the distance past a part of your day?

Wednesday’s Concepts

Over the next few days, become more aware of your resistance. What feels hard? Where do you struggle? What do you resist? What feels like opposition and obstruction? When are you reluctant? Where do you judge, criticize, or condemn? The answers to all the preceding questions will be resistance. Resistance is pervasive.

Become more aware of your resistance. It is the biggest factor in your productivity, efficiency, and success.

As you play with the movements and meditations, see if you can feel the sensorial qualities of your resistance. Listen to the stories your mind creates, identify the emotions that arise, and feel what resistance feels like in your body. When something feels hard or like a struggle, what does that feel like? Where do you feel it in your body?

Let us know in the FB group.

Layer One, Week Two – Thursday


Thursday’s Focus

Most of the things you do are habits. Begin to break down your routines and find the habits. Don’t judge or label, just become more aware, recognize, and acknowledge how often your habits recur.

Thursday’s Concepts

You configure yourself according to your habits and predispositions. Remember how you felt the last time you did something challenging like interviewing for a new job. Compare that to what it feels like to meet your best friend for dinner. They feel different because you expect them to be different. In reality, both are one-on-one conversations.

They feel different because you configure your energy differently. One, you are tense and anxious. The other, you are relaxed and enthusiastic. We call these energy configurations.

Resistance is an energy configuration that presupposes some sort of future problem that your subconscious mind believes you should fear.

Layer One, Week Two – Friday


Friday’s Focus

Be aware of how often your everyday actions and habitual movements are made without a conscious decision.

Friday’s Concepts

You may not believe it quite yet, but resistance is the single biggest hindrance to happiness, success, and fulfillment in your life. It is the evil defender of habit, the champion of complacency, and the monger of fear. I curse it.

Your subconscious mind creates labels to classify your fears and familiar opportunities. Most of the labels you have serve to define areas of acceptability. Habitual labels become beliefs. You believe something so that your subconscious mind doesn’t have to decide whether or not it is safe every time.

You have beliefs and images about everything. You have an image of who you are, the nature of your relationships, the best thing for breakfast, and how to properly clean a toilet.

Layer One, Week Two – Saturday


Saturday’s Focus

Take a dozen of your identified habits and make a different decision. Don’t overthink it, just choose differently. Start small. Forget about good/bad, better/best, should/shouldn’t; just choose differently.

Saturday’s Concepts

Every image, belief, and habit you have limits you. They create a bias that keeps you from being objective. Every time you do the same thing you did last time without conscious thought, you are ignoring every other possibility, especially the ones that will bring about beneficial change.

A map is worthless until you know where you are. This program will help you find yourself and identify the terrain of your resistance, unconscious patterns, and limiting beliefs. When you know what you are up against, it is much easier to develop a strategy for efficient, fun, and fulfilling movement (beneficial change).

It starts with feeling, being aware of your current sensations and identifying your images, beliefs, labels, and habits.

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