Rhythmic Flow Process

I’m passionate about water – its flow, its rhythm, its beauty. I’m passionate about the human body – its form, its functions, its rhythms, its beauty. These two passions have drawn my awareness to the connections – between our bodies and water, between the water within our bodies and without, between our body rhythms and those of water, and all the other elements within and around us. I want to share these connections with you because, once you see and understand them, you’ll see just how important they are to transforming your health and wellbeing and its effects on your interactions with your environment.

We can become aware of these rhythms and connections within and around us practising yoga, breathing or rhythmic eating, amongst many other practices. Through these specific practices we observe the way we move, the way our bodies feel (on the surface and within), what we eat and when. We also observe our surroundings – our homes, our family and friend connections, the seasons. Through doing this we start to notice connections between these. Noticing when our bodies feel the most energised, when they feel sore or tired. We notice what parts of our bodies don’t feel so good and when. We also notice our eating patterns, how do we eat when we’re cold, hot, tired, emotional or any other patterns that emerge. What do we eat? When do we eat? How do we eat?

All of these elements build a unique picture. When this picture starts to come into focus, we can see which areas need our attention first. Just like being a parent, you can’t really solve every child’s problem at once – especially if they’re all screaming at the same time. You need to tend to each individual need of your body at a time – hopefully before everything screams at you at once!

I teach how you can assess your needs based on ancient principles, including yin/yang theory, 5 Element theories and yogic practices – all which are now being substantiated through scientific research. By better understanding your body’s rhythms and how they are connected to the rhythms around you, you can work with them and, in doing so, allow your body to run at its full capacity so that it can harness its innate healing potential.

When you are feeling really unhealthy or ill, it’s difficult to know where to start. By using the following process:

Awareness -> Acceptance -> Practices -> Letting Go -> Purpose

It will help guide you. You can have any number of these processes happening at any given time, or perhaps just one. This effective transformation process is a circular one that I like to compare to the energising movement of a water vortex. Each time we go through the process, we become more and more energised, getting closer to revealing our true selves.

It is different to a linear goal-oriented process. In a linear process we often start with where we want to be, then we build the steps to getting there. In this process, we start with an awareness of where we are right now – in this very moment.

Whilst we might have a vision of where we would like to be, that vision is not cast in stone. It is a flexible one that may, or may not, change as we go through our process of transformation.

Let’s take a look at each of these steps of this process:

Bronwen de Klerk Be Present
Bronwen de Klerk Be Present
Bronwen de Klerk Be Present
Bronwen de Klerk Be Present
Bronwen de Klerk Be Present
Water in Our Body- Balance & Connection

Water in Our Body- Balance & Connection

Water in our body ebbs and flows like rivers and oceans – a dance of balance intertwined with the essence of life. Yoga guides us to find harmony within, just as water rhythm on our Earth does the same.

The Power of Breath

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