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  • 5 Bodies

    If you were born and raised in modern culture, the thoughtware that you carry about your bodies is probably the following one: I have a physical body and I have a mind. The invitation here is to offer you a new thoughtware. The new thoughtware is we have 5 bodies: an physical, an intellectual, an emotional, an energetic and an archetypal body.


    Without a map, we tend to regard all our sensations, thoughts, feelings and experiences as one mish-mash. The Map of Five Bodies gives us the clarity to distinguish among four unique domains in our relationships. This opens up five times the number of opportunities for experimentation, exploration and play. Each of the five bodies requires its own kind of food, has its own kind of pain, enjoys its own kind of ecstasy, and offers its own kind of intimacy. In this website we will unfold the foods, pains, and ecstasies of the five bodies to then investigate the five kinds of intimacies.


    Physical food is vegetables, grains, proteins, water, air, sunlight, vitamins, minerals, or physical contact. Physical pain is hitting your finger with a hammer, having a fever, or being hungry. Physical ecstasy is sitting at a cozy café sipping latte macchiato while gazing at golden leaves on a bright crisp autumn morning.


    Physical Edgework Experiments include diet, exercise, how you groom yourself, how you move, how you stand or sit, the timing of your actions, how you breathe, learning physical skills such as balancing, centering, using tools and equipment, engaging in new physical intimacies such as travel to different cultures, wearing different clothing, dancing, swimming, sporting skills, gardening, hiking, health treatments, fasting, and meditation.


    Physical intimacy is sex, foreplay (what isn’t foreplay?), singing, eating, washing dishes, walking holding hands, sauna, sports such as: roller-skating, biking, tennis, skiing, swimming, etc., martial arts, dancing, massage, doing holdings, physical therapy, brushing their hair, brushing their teeth, cutting their fingernails, bathing them, dressing them, a private fashion show, traveling, making art, body painting, gardening, playing with the children, action games such as charades, going to the zoo, remodeling the house, and so on.


    Intellectual food is ideas, a good book, visiting an art exhibition, entertainment, information, instructions, or explanations. Intellectual pain is losing your keys, confusion, or doubt. Intellectual ecstasy is finding the keys again, solving a problem, gaining clarity, or inspiration.


    Intellectual Edgework Experiments include studying wildly new topics, researching areas not explored before, expanding your vocabulary or languages, experiencing new levels of clarity or confusion, expressing yourself in words, sharing of core understandings, playing games, exploring entertainment and media, creating poetry or theatrical pieces, expanding your abilities to improvise, going beyond knowing into being okay with not knowing and still taking responsibility and being able to commit to producing an outcome, mixing with others of widely differing professions or backgrounds, extending your abilities to ask dangerous questions, and letting others ask you dangerous questions.


    Intellectual intimacy is talking, discussing, philosophizing, debating, writing poetry, writing proposals, running a business, meeting, planning, strategizing, designing, creating, learning (such as languages), playing games (cards, chess, Scrabble, 20 Questions), entertainment (opera, theater, concerts, shows, movies), museums, circus, reading articles out loud, telling stories, telling jokes, humor, sharing memories, creating possibilities, and so on.


    Emotional food is communicating about feelings, appreciating and being appreciated. Emotional pain is holding feelings in, being rejected, or mixing feelings together such as with depression or jealousy. Emotional ecstasy is reasonless joy about responsibly using the wisdom and power of feelings to serve others.


    Emotional Edgework Experiments include: explorations of what makes you afraid, angry, sad or glad – from the past, the present or the future – whether alone or with somebody else – male or female, young or old; consciously experiencing and expressing zero to one-hundred-percent feeling intensity compared to unconsciously experiencing and expressing Low Dramas; learning the distinctions of feelings vs. thoughts, feelings vs. emotions, starting and stopping feelings, where are you mixing feelings and thus creating depression, despair, sentimentality, hysteria, schadenfreude, or adrenalin rushes.


    Emotional intimacy is sharing the experience and the expression of feelings with 1000% trust, saying “I feel mad, sad, glad or scared because…,” vulnerability, openness, acceptance, deep listening without discussion, grieving, contact, simplifying, revealing wounds, sensitivity, warmth, compassion, generosity, kindness, weakness, confusion, depression, jealousy, ecstasy, joy, delight, passion, and so on.


    Energetic food is certain books and teachings, radiations from sacred objects, shrines or temples, being in the presence of saints, being in the presence of transitions such as birth, death or transformation, or the experience of being-with – which does not involve doing anything in particular but is rather an interaction previous to words where the being of one person is in simple contact with the being of another person. Energetic pain is existential angst, not connecting to destiny, or the illusion of separation. Energetic ecstasy is accepting what is as it is, realization, insight, joy in groundlessness, selfless service.


    And Energetic Edgework Experiments include speaking, creating alone or with groups – such as artistic or practical (or combined) design and construction; teamwork; management skills; communication skills; experiencing and expressing your destiny Principles; practices that build matrix; examination of where you are placing your attention and for what purpose; observing where you are flowing your energy or absorbing energy and for what purpose; seeing how responsible can you be and with what new area; accessing how accountable, how much integrity, which of your possessions consume your energy and which of them give you energy; examining the placement of your possessions in your living and working spaces; creating art, appreciating art; noting what spaces you can enter; seeing what spaces you can create and then destroy or can destroy and then can recreate; involvement in evolutionary environments such as talks, workshops, and trainings.


    Energetic intimacy is being present, “Being-With” the other, prayer, ritual, meditation, appreciation, being in the presence of saints or sacred artifacts, respect, dignity, nobility, being in the Space of Love, moving at the speed of Love, communion, oneness, Countenance, evolution, transformation, development, expanding the Box, radiance, teamwork, family, community, Holding Space, serving Bright Principles as a couple, and so on.


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