This Course is All About Identifying and Resolving “Motor/Movement Conflicts.”

This Conflicts are caused by “feeling stuck”:
With a particular person...
In a bad situation...
In an undesirable physical situation...
Many people experience feelings of stuckness at various points in their life.
Sometimes this stuckness is literal:
You’re unable to escape a home you no longer want to be in, a neighborhood that isn’t safe, a house you’re confined to, etc.
And, often, the stuckness is more metaphorical in nature:
You’ve chosen the wrong career...
The wrong relationship...
The wrong job...
The wrong religion or spiritual path...
Or you’ve taken on some great responsibility (for a child, family member, project, etc.) and now you feel like you can’t escape it.
The walls are closing in...
Or perhaps they’ve already closed in...
And every way out you can see or think of is sealed off.
In this course, you’ll learn how to deconstruct your experience of stuckness so you can stop suffering, start responding resourcefully, and GET MOVING mentally, emotionally, and physically.

In this course you’ll learn:

  • The similarities and differences between Literal and Metaphorical Motor Movement Conflicts.
  • Why Conflicts that are more Metaphorical in nature are not less real and emotionally significant.
  • How you can use the power of Awareness to break the hold that the outside world has over your experience and your mind.
  • How you can transcend the limitations of your current situation by embracing them and addressing them head on to improve What It’s Like To Be You.
  • What you can learn from our body about how to approach and respond to the challenges you face in your health and your life.
  • How learning to address both Primary and Secondary Conflicts can help you avoid getting caught up on the “Conflict Carousel” in which the consequences of one Conflict trigger another.
  • How recognizing and accepting the sensations of a “downward spiral” can enable you to reverse the direction and start heading where you want to go.
  • How you can deal with feeling like your body is attacking you and like you’ve been betrayed by your biology.
  • What the things we’ve learned in relationship coaching can teach you about how to interact with you “biological life partner”...your body.
  • How you can identify and escape the Mind/Body “relationship rut.”
  • Why compassion and understanding are essential aspects of establishing rapport between your mental, emotional, and physical selves...and how you can go about developing these things within yourself.
  • Why you should always think and feel with the assumption that your body is “listening in.”
  • Why the meaning if a given communication is the response it receives...and how you can optimize your communication so that your body is more likely to respond in the ways that you want it to.
  • Now you can develop a healthy and harmonious relationship with your body, your symptoms, and your life regardless of how challenging the past has been and the present may be.
  • Now letting go of the idea of fault and blame can free you to experience the wonderful sensation of increased responsibility for and personal power over What It’s Like To Be You.
  • What it means to grab a good idea by the handle rather than by the blade...and why you want to train yourself to do this without even thinking.
  • Why, according to GNM, the body sometimes does things that seem to make no sense whatsoever...and how you can respond to these changes and symptoms more elegantly and enrichingly.
  • What we can learn from animals that “play dead” in the face of danger...and why the body sometimes does strange things in an effort to help us do the same.
  • At your consciousness is more flexible and more creative than your physical body...and how you can take advantage of the power of your mind to persuade your life to change in the ways you want it to.
  • What Awareness and Imagination can do for you when your situation and/or your body has you “stuck” somewhere you don’t want to be.
  • A two-pronged approach to addressing both the initial Motor-Movement Conflict and any Conflicts that may have occurred secondary to it.
  • Now organizing your experience, what we call “What It’s Like To Be You”, can make it easier to improve it.
  • How you can change the way you think about your experience in ways that allow you to consciously and intentionally build a new one.
  • “Engineering Experience”...what this means and how you can do it for yourself.

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