Think, Feel, and Move

In an earlier post I spoke of using separate aspects of awareness: thinking, sensing, and feeling as a way to better articulate your self-observations when engaging in activity.

The problem with this is that most people are so used to using the words feeling and sensing interchangeably that a distinction between the two is complicated. Too complicated = less useful/used.

Instead, start with something simpler:


Observations of your thoughts, feelings, and movement (and the connections between these three aspects) can be a tool that enhances your personal understanding of how you do what you do.