What is Movement vs movement?

What is Movement vs movement?

"What is Movement?" Joseph Bartz asked in his last video.

What is the difference between Movement with big -M and movement with small -m? 

A good question now that more and more people are spending hours per week on movement practice.

This question on Movement for some reason reminded me of Baudelaire who said: 

"One should always be drunk. That's all that matters; that's our one imperative need. So as not to feel Time's horrible burden that breaks your shoulders and bows you down, you must get drunk without ceasing. But what with? With wine, with poetry, or with virtue, as you choose. But get drunk."

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Interview with on Vegetative Training with Inge-Jarl Clausen

Everybody knows that experiences influence us. So then Wilhelm Reich, he believed that experiences influence our body, our physiology. He believed that emotion is adaptive physiology is the vegetative system: that the experiences of life are stored in the body. That experience from life already from childhood characterises our biology so we never become the one we should have been because of things that happened to us.

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When the practice does not make sense anymore: why do you practice?

"It does not make sense! I don't know anymore why I do it..."

A woman I work with told me yesterday that lately it did not make sense anymore, this practice. She did not know 'why' she was doing it. There was no logical answer coming up when asking herself this question so she lost motivation to do any kind of practice and started slacking in practicing what I suggested in her programme, especially the stillness parts I proposed.

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