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AMA - a short film by Julia Gauthier
The Shift of Point of Origin
A new Trainer who delivered his practice Expand The Box training shared the following experience:
This week I have been replaying many of the moments of my practice ETB and one thing that came up again and again was the stage fright layer that was underlying my every thought and every action. It came and went all day the first day, with every map and exercise and especially with the feedback from the Coaching Trainer.
At some point on the second morning it disappeared, I disappeared. The point of origin changed and I was not acting from the same place anymore.
I was having an experience of being the source. Suddenly I saw myself experimenting and being totally in contact with the participants and with my co-Trainer.
I was having the experience of being the space as a trainer.
It was indescribable, and very cool.