Movement, Vitality, and Reading the Body

The process of writing a book about reading the body, one that identifies what the body is saying about personality and behavior through its shape, posture, and muscular development, both fascinates and challenges. There is so much of each person’s story embedded in the body. Early woundings and trauma have their say as do more normal developmental experiences such as the struggle for independence or the reaction to a perceived betrayal. Amazingly body parts speak and in not such a surprising way. So of course the legs would talk about taking responsibility and standing on one’s own two feet, the arms about reaching out and making contact, and the throat about speaking the truth and having a say. Well, back to writing. Much warmth, Karyne

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