One of the many things I just really love about AAIT is the profound usefulness it has to practitioners in our own lives. I engage in personal practice pretty much daily. It’d be weird to go a day without brushing my teeth. I’m sure there was a time I had to be reminded. Now it’s routine. I digress.
Last week, as we were still in the midst of a shutdown, it was affecting the lives of a LOT of people. And it still is, as we emerge from it and government officials work to avoid another. With all of this going on, I was preparing to leave for Mexico. My eagle scout, always prepared husband mentioned a couple of contingency plans in case air travel grinds to a halt. Cheery, right?
That became the content for my embodiment practice. I became aware of this thread of anxiety. I started to work with using IEW (pop over to the FB live replay if you missed the training I gave on it). At first, I was going to work with “air safety.” Honestly, I could find NOTHING bad about air safety. I changed that to “risk of traveling.” That emptied out real quick.
However, there are multiple points of view regarding this anxiety and risky travel. As I recently taught Aspectics to the Fellowship Training Group and I could feel the strength of anxiety as part of humanity, I used this amazing integration method to release the anxious tension of traveling with risk. I took the POV of what I imagined to be a collective anxiety represented by a tense TSA agent.
Aspectics reliably results in a fairly transcendent state of consciousness AND resolves the problem, regardless of the point of view. Resolving tension on other points of view to complete untether from a problem is one of the mechanisms of change that sets AAIT apart from other modalities.
Phew! I feel better. I LOVE that I can help myself and give myself the same care I give clients. This is what I like to call EMBODIMENT in action! If you’d like to learn more about AAIT and how you can make this a part of your personal practice or those of your clients, please message me. This month, I’m offering an AAIT Essentials training that lays the framework. Click here for full details.