“I am quite often asked: How do you feel about having ALS? The answer is, not a lot. I try to lead as normal a life as possible, and not think about my condition, or regret the things it prevents me from doing, which are not that many.”
- Steven Hawking
It may seem disingenuous to characterize physical development simply in terms of diet/nutrition, primal movement, and posture practice. The reality is that at least two of these strategies are completely dependent upon reasonable physical health. This might seem to mean that a large segment of the population – those with certain physical disabilities – would be rendered unable to participate in these activities and would therefore be unable to foster the kind of development in the physical realm that we talk about here at myCreativeEvolution.com.
I say, Not so fast. Let’s take a closer look:
A student brought up the specific example of Steven Hawking at a recent intensive retreat. We were discussing the model of the human being as having three aspects – the mind, the body, and the spirit – each requiring work in order to insure balanced development. His question was, “What about Steven Hawking? He can’t move his body at all? Can his development ever be seen in this model as balanced?”
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- Interview with Paul Smith, Author of Integral Christianity: The Spirit’s Call to Evolve
- Integrating Asana, Vinyasa, and Prasara in Yoga Posture Practice
- The Highly Played Game of As If – Episode One: The Miracle at the Pool of Bethesda
- Introducing “The Highly Played Game of As If”
- From Asana to Vinyasa to Prasara: The Evolution of a Modern Yoga Practice