Episode 072 Feeling Complexity with Radical Wholeness


Episode 72

Feeling Complexity with Radical Wholeness

January 11, 2018

In this episode, Haley interviews author and developer of TEPP (The Embodied Present Process) Philip Shepherd. Philip explains how Western culture has led us to believe the story of separation and isolation and he urges us to learn how to feel and embrace our complex and deeply interconnected reality. He also shares why the embodied present process is critical for personal growth and truly radical wholeness.


Show Notes


Quotes from this episode:

“Every culture is a story about what it means to be human.” - Philip Shepherd

“The body is our bridge to the present.” - Philip Shepherd

“As you come back to the body and it’s intelligence those rich complexities (love, fulfillment) become available to you.” - Philip Shepherd

“There is more complexity in harmony than we could begin to analyze, but you can feel it... there are realms of complexity that reason cannot capture and pin down and analyze.” - Philip Shepherd

“Wholeness is the nature of our reality….it is an emergent quality” - Philip Shepherd

 

Resources from this episode:

Books by Philip Shepherd:

New Self, New World  

Radical Wholeness

 

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