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What to have for dinner?
Which car to buy?
What shirt to wear?
Faced with questions like these, we’re constantly in need of making choices. Sometimes, we struggle with decisions that have the smallest of consequences like what movie should I watch tonight? Other times, the next several years of provincial governance, administration, and policy is at stake. Come October 6, we Ontarians are face with a vote that will shape our lives for the next four years and beyond. So much party platform information is available, so much editorial flows through the media, and so many personal opinions get exchanged, but how do we ultimately choose? Or under the weight of all this information, do we choose at all?
Just as important as any outside consideration is our inner instinct. A very simple and powerful tool for tapping into that inner instinct is with a Somato Respiratory Integration (SRI) exercise. Using your own breath, focused attention, gentle touch, and movement, you can turn your focus inwards and find answers for this election – and for any other decision you face.
This SRI mini-exercise consists of the following steps:
This is one simply and effective way to make your choice – one that taps into the power of SRI. There are countless other ways and we at Source Centre would love to hear your opinion on the following:
Stay tune for future workshop and posts about SRI.