I taught this ATM to someone who had never done one before (though knows quite a bit about the FM), and is a visual artist. I wanted to record the ATM for anyone so did not specifically design the ATM for him, however I was thinking of his way of interacting with the world.
I laughed when on talking about the ATM later he reflected that one of the things that struck him in the lesson was ‘how he should hold the brush to trace around himself’ and his other comment was how little awareness he generally had of himself, and that it had made a difference when painting afterwards to notice small moments of awareness when his attention went to questioning “how” he was able to involve more of himself in the process.
It is so wonderful to be continually surprised at how people enter into the ATM process, their different styles, how they use their attention, and what they take from the lesson.
I hope you enjoy the process of looking at your self image.
These recordings are intended for you to get a sense of the Kelowna training.