Conscious proprioception: "The ability to sense the position of your body in space and being aware of where you should be able to move."
Whatever helps you relax and lose a little of the outside world.
Everything stems from your Base-Line.
Think: Solid Base. Long, strong Line.
The more you practice the roll-down, the more tension you will release and the calmer your mind will become.
Dawn is recommended as a good time for many traditional exercises, but whenever works for you.
Closing my eyes and feeling the sun's rays on my face. The light through my eyelids helping me to see the sparkles and develop my connection.
Being outdoors, breathing clean air, walking on uneven ground.
Experiencing the natural world around you, connecting with your natural state.
You don't need to know what all the muscles of the human body are called, but it's good to appreciate how complex our muscular system is and to see how central the main muscles of movement are to the body.
When feeling for balance, use the different parts of your body in contact with each other to give you clues. Whether it be hands on your hips, or ears, or over your eyes, or your arms or head to your knees, making contact gives you more feedback about the relative positioning of the bits of your body. Use all the information that is available - when you need it.
Notice, focus, feel, connect.
Learn to read your body's signals better.
Conscious proprioception: A sense. A feeling. The basis of Qi.
Connect mind and body. Heal yourself.
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