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...ife. I was able to talk about my feelings and put forth effort that I didn’t even know I had.
While being in body sense, I have been able to understand why I do certain thing’s and why I struggle with a wide range of concepts. It’s interesting to read about all of the participation, somatic inner experience’s, style’s of information intake, and seeing what movement’s help not only my body relax but my mind as well. While we read in class about all of these different topics, I am able to immediately connect a memory or something about myself to that particular section in the reading. I have come to a better understanding that it’s okay to be unique. So far, body sense has taught me that each and every person is different. Extreme or small difference’s, each person around me is one in their own. I don’t need to be like anyone else, because I’m okay just the way I am.
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