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Benefits of this practice
Portals Practices are a wide array of activities and processes that can enhance wellbeing, inner balance, and harmony while promoting a greater sense of connection between our inner selves and the energies that fill our environment.
Practices are a means of taking steps to integrate our inner lives and awareness to support a flow and connection to our natural creative potential. We’re also tuning our lives into the greater intelligence, strength and support that is always available to us.
In this tuning practice, Portals friend and musician Paul Stone demonstrates the simple and deeply effective steps of slowing down — changing our habitual speed of motion and quieting the inner noise and distractions. It’s a refreshing and healing rebalance to the often extreme speeds and stress of modern culture, which damages our intactness and erodes our wellbeing and health.
Please feel free to share with us the feelings and benefits you registered with the slow motion or other Portals practices. This practice is part of the continuing Portals discovery into what is emerging on the frontiers of human experience in this time of profound change.
- Step 1: Clear a physical space around you for movement
- Step 2: Register your inner state of being
- Step 3: Begin walking/moving at your normal speeds
When we live at less than our optimum, we're rarely able to be in the best of ourselves. This practice of slow motion movement can help remedy and begin to restore the internal balances and engender a much greater wellbeing. Our finer systems and faculties, many of which are normally latent, begin to switch on.