Learning to express is an ongoing process to find our voice and feel a settlement in the body.
Expression is a whole body activity. We express all the time, not only with the words but through our movements and our voices. It affects our whole body and when we hold back and don’t say something, that is still an expression. Often we have more anxiety in the body when we don’t express.
We can all feel when someone is angry, but what exactly are the messages we are getting:
We receive the impact of the specific words being said
We will hear the tone and speed of the voice
We feel the emotion of the delivery
We can see their facial gestures very vividly
They may have jerky movements throughout their body with the tension
Learning to express is an ongoing process to find our voice
and feel a settlement in the body. What happens in the mind affects the body and the challenge is to allow the body to lead the way.
For many years Chris James travelled to the UK to support people with this aspect of their health - their wholesome expression. Whilst the travel and in-person events are now not as frequent you can contact Chris for one to one sessions over Zoom. Visit his website for more information. See his website at www.chrisjames.net