Themes: Courage to Feel Deepest Emotions With Self and Other, to Empathize and Hold Space for others Deepest Feelings, Courage to face the Unknown, to Embrace the Spontaneity that Lies at the Heart of Intimacy and True Interpersonal Transformation.
Recorded at 60 Beats per Minute, a tempo associated with resting heart rate and elevated states of consciousness.
Use to regulate breath and movement during Yoga or Tai Chi.
Inspired by and Recorded on Oct. 16, 2019, a “Bing Shu” [丙戌] day on the Chinese Lunar Calendar.
The energy of Bing Shu corresponds to Emotional Awareness [EA]. EA is defined as Observing Thoughts and Emotions and Responding from a place of Wisdom. EA requires the Courage to feel our emotions fully, the Strength to Stand Still and Respond from our Center. EA can be practiced with ourselves and when engaging with others.
A master of the Bing Shu Energy is able to be Spontaneous and Vulnerable in Social Situations. He or she A) Is Able to Express Difficult Emotions in a Way and at a Time in which they can be Understood and Received b) Take the Risk to Connect with Others c) Focuses More on Personal Authenticity and Less on Whether others will accept him/her. D) Accepting of multiple forms of communication, including Silence. Able to be still and let others take the reigns; able to cut in and express what’s important if he is not being heard.
Bing [丙] represents Clarity, Communication, Transformation. Xu [pronounced “shu”][戌］represents Opening. Opening to the Unknown, Taking Risks and practicing the Vulnerability necessary for human connection and growth in relationship.
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