Healing Avoidant Attachment: Awakening the Body with Neuroscience and Empathy
Humans are now living with the interesting dilemma of how to awaken a connection with the body in a world that most often asks us to put our physical experience to sleep. In this webinar, Sarah Peyton looks at the left hemisphere, which does not have its own relationship with our emotional body, the health impacts of being disconnected from our bodies, and the research that supports our journey home.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
In this webinar, we look at the interesting dilemma of how to awaken a connection with the body in a world that most often asks us to put our physical experience to sleep. The left hemisphere, which is where we do most of our conscious thought and our speaking, and where our everyday social self lives, does not have its own relationship with our emotional body. Experiences like school, work, and social media tend to immobilize us in one place with movement only in our brains, eyes and hands, so we may lose even more connection with our corporeal being. How do we come back to our bodies? And why would we even want to? Could it be possible that if we don't rejoin our bodies, it could have negative health impacts? Join Sarah for an exploration of the pathway home and the research that supports our journey.