Walking is talking – by Andreas N. Bjørndal

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Sometimes when I walk on a busy street I imitate people’s walks.
I would not do it with few people around. I do not want to embarrass anyone.

Have consideration, do it at a distance and not be too obvious.
The whole point is to exercise yourself to taste, feel, and embody the other person into yourself.

skjermbilde-2017-02-14-kl-12-12-15You can also do it just in your mind, so it cannot be seen.
You can even do it when you sit on the tram, train or buss or in a meeting. Just imagine how it would be to have that nose, those eyes, that hair or head, that complexion or body. To move or talk or laugh like that.

The whole point is to learn to approach people, even strangers from a deeper place in yourself, to open up your mind to the subtle world often in the realms of the subconscious or even unconscious.

You will see that some people walk like they were pulling a big load, others almost take off into the air as they jump with light steps, some people walk sideways like a crab, some limp, some are quick and energetic.

Illustration: People vector designed by Kjpargeter – Freepik.com

Go behind the physical expression and try to feel their flow, their quality or energy, try to imagine how it would feel to be them, to be in their shoes, literary.

It is much more than fun, it is exploring yourself as much as them, it broadens your perspective on life, and how others might feel, it opens you up to strangers and it evolves you by making you aware of realms that still were in the shadow of your subconscious. It makes you conscious of your subconscious.

Enjoy the walk! The magic happens now!

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About author

This article was written by Andreas Bjørndal

I work in different fields and ways but there is a common core to most of my activities. I am the co-principal of the Norwegian Academy of Natural Medicine, NAN (www.nan.no), where I have been lecturing for more than 25 years. We are located in Oslo, Norway. I have a master degree in Homeopathy from Uclan University, UK. I also have lectured for medical students and nurses the last 25 years on topics related to complementary medicine with the main focus on homeopathy and acupuncture. I have lectured all around the world covering topics within complementary medicine, homeopathy, archetypes, miasms, egyptology, kabbalah and much more. I have worked as the chairman in the Norwegian homeopathic society NHL (nhl.no), the European ECCH (homeopathy-ecch.org) and the international ICCH (now ICH - homeopathy-ich.org). The main focus was on connecting homeopaths internationally and establishing a standard of education which resulted in the "Guidelines for homeopathic education" a document that has been reedited and complimented on from the whole homeopathic community since. Half of my time I work as a therapist mainly as a holonistic therapist and homeopath, but I also do acupuncture, auriculotherapy etc. I counsel and supervise individual patients and colleges, but also working partners, couples and families. With the background from esoteric traditions, together with my brother of heart and spirit Peter Grün McCarthy, we have guided groups through the ritualistic path based on the Tree of Life. A six year long journey. Since 2008 I have explored new ways of knowledge (Holonistic knowledge - which I share in my blog: holonity.com ). I share results from this research in the TMH magazine. I love to work with people, in group dynamics to be part of an evolving dynamic process and surrender to a higher intention. Cultivating awareness and growth, inspiring, spreading knowledge, stimulating health and development, creating improved harmony and unity within the individual as in its relation with the group. Feel free to contact me for questions or a consultation at my mail: andreas@nan.no


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