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Biodynamic Embodied Compassion

Biodynamic Embodied Compassion Michael J. Shea, PhD April 2020 It is a different world out there right now. It will be a very different world when this Corona virus passes. We biodynamic practitioners and all healers have our work cut out for us. In reading the works of Andrew Taylor Still, the founder of Osteopathy, […]


Not Knowing

Michael J Shea, PhD 4-28-20 Biodynamic practice is the study of perception and embodied wholeness. It is plain and simple from our teachers. In this re-ordering of our world that is happening, it is important to name a third aspect of biodynamic practice. And we should make it the first and most important part of […]


The Second Pair of Hands

The Second Pair of Hands March 2020 Michael J Shea, PhD … There was a long pause, which represented my unknowing. This pause, this kind of emptiness, remained for a considerable period of time… I found myself just waiting and breathing; there was only the movement of air and time passing. Slowly, the emptiness became […]


To Palliate

To Palliate Michael J Shea, PhD 2020 To palliate: 1. to reduce in violence; to lessen or abate; to mitigate; to ease without curing; as, to palliate a disease. to moderate; to cloak; to shelter; to hide. To mitigate: 1. To render to become mild or milder; to moderate, become less severe or painful; to […]


The Fourteen Methods of Synchronizing with Primary Respiration – Metaphors of Interrelatedness – Post #11

Homage to Shantideva who wrote the greatest book ever on compassion: “As long as space remains, as long as sentient beings remain, until then, may I too remain and dispel the miseries of the world.” – Shantideva Homage to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the King of Compassion. Please guide us in this time of […]


The Fourteen Methods of Synchronizing with Primary Respiration – Metaphors of Interrelatedness – Post #10

Homage to Shantideva who wrote the greatest book ever on compassion: “As long as space remains, as long as sentient beings remain, until then, may I too remain and dispel the miseries of the world.” – Shantideva Homage to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the King of Compassion. Please guide us in this time of […]


The Fourteen Methods of Synchronizing with Primary Respiration – Metaphors of Interrelatedness – Post #9

Homage to Shantideva who wrote the greatest book ever on compassion: “As long as space remains, as long as sentient beings remain, until then, may I too remain and dispel the miseries of the world.” – Shantideva Homage to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the King of Compassion. Please guide us in this time of […]


The Fourteen Methods of Synchronizing with Primary Respiration – Metaphors of Interrelatedness – Post #8

Homage to Shantideva who wrote the greatest book ever on compassion: “As long as space remains, as long as sentient beings remain, until then, may I too remain and dispel the miseries of the world.” – Shantideva Homage to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the King of Compassion. Please guide us in this time of […]


The Fourteen Methods of Synchronizing with Primary Respiration – Metaphors of Interrelatedness – Post #7

Homage to Shantideva who wrote the greatest book ever on compassion: “As long as space remains, as long as sentient beings remain, until then, may I too remain and dispel the miseries of the world.” – Shantideva Homage to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the King of Compassion. Please guide us in this time of […]


The Fourteen Methods of Synchronizing with Primary Respiration – Metaphors of Interrelatedness – Post #6

Homage to Shantideva who wrote the greatest book ever on compassion: “As long as space remains, as long as sentient beings remain, until then, may I too remain and dispel the miseries of the world.” – Shantideva Homage to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the King of Compassion. Please guide us in this time of […]