The training team discusses with Alan Questel the lesson that he shared with us recently. We had many questions and thoughts: What led him to create this lesson? How did he include so skillfully the ideas of "ground forces?" The idea of changing perspectives was also highlighted.
Alan introduced this lesson, inviting us to attend to how we can shift attention. Near the end, having demonstrated two ways of rolling, he says, "It's just a shift in your thinking." Then he adds, "When our intentions are not fulfilled in action, it is the thinking that needs to change."
Alan Questel will be one of the trainers in our program. Alan is known for his clarity, creativity and down to earth style of teaching. He brings a depth of understanding, humour and a gentle human perspective to the learning of the Method and creates lively conditions for learning.
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