Welcome to the Daily Podcast
28 Days Connection First Journey
Day 0, Orientation 2
We are excited about this chance to send this podcast out to you.
Here in Switzerland we are experiencing a wonderful sunny springtime, perfect situation to go into nature.
Today we want to give you an inspiration on how to hold your connective nature time.
We have tested this over many years with different groups and single persons and we hand out now the best we gathered.
Get yourself a notebook where you can write down your experiences. This will be part of your journey and we will use it as part of our daily story of the day routines. Use age appropriate methods for journaling.
Structure for your group connective time (container):
- Greeting, your self and others from a place of presence. Be welcoming.
- Road Dust, share what’s on your mind and heart. This helps to ‘remove’ the road dust.
- Gratitude, just listen, no need to fix anything. Culture of allowance, go with what’s happening, it causes connection to surface.
- Go to Nature, let yourself be inspired by the podcast, follow curiosity.
- Story of the Day, share it. Maybe with a painting;-)
- Reflect, what worked. What can we learn from today. Level of comfort needs to be met.
- Closing words, until next time.
Connection for People Sharing Remotely
If you are working with others remotely, this can all be applied virtually. Find a routine that works for you and those you are sharing with remotely. For instance, perhaps you (and those committed to share the journey with you), will listen and read. Then have a short call together and to go through the Greeting, Road Dust, Gratitude routines together. Then agree to go out and do the nature exercise. Agree also to a time where you will join virtually again with your journey partners and have a brief welcome, gratitude, and if needed, road dust. Then share the story of the day with one another. Listen, reflect and question. Perhaps journal in your notebooks. You can also visit the forum at https://www.jonyoung.online/forum
Nervous systems patterns are formed by repetition and some studies indicate that the processes internalized in the body take about 28 days to integrate (just as long as the moon takes to circle the earth), a nice synchronicity.
Thanks to the shelter-in-place and school-free days, we now have the opportunity to give children and adults exactly this experience: a connection to life anchored in the body, which is a fundamental right for life.
The following days 1-28 are filled with content. What you can do on your own, with friends and with your children during the day or on a short walk to enrich your life?
Looking forward to creating connections and strengthening our local neighborhoods.
I am excited to begin this journey together.
Have an delightful day,
Michi & Jon