Meditation In Motion

Using Rev6 as Your Meditation Practice was Rev6’s first video collection for the Healthy Lifestyle Coaching Series launched last year for Rev6’s Virtual Class community.

Below are all four videos addressing different aspects on the topic, as well as a handout written by Dr. Edythe Heus with her narrative about overcoming her challenges with a meditation practice.

Each 1 – 5 minute video addresses the following topics:

1 – Practicing, with Mindfulness the Frog Rock

2- How your attention to your breath and body brings presence and mindfulness

3- Becoming acquainted with the sound of your breath

4- Finding the opportunity of micro-meditations

Rev6’s premiering Blog, titled Meditation In Motion, dives deeper to this essential topic with written contributions from two remarkable Rev6 Practitioners, Mina Cho and Raina Gragat, who have received first hand amazing benefits from integrating Meditation to their Rev6 Practice.

For more information on each contributor, please tap on their name below their article.

Enjoy the ride!

– Team Rev6

Featuring Dr. Edythe Heus
Founder of Rev6

Featuring Mayra McCullough
Community Leader & Certified Practitioner

Featuring Asha Patry
Community Leader

Featuring Colin Donohoo
Rev6 Master Practitioner

In my experience, I found that Rev6 is a powerful gateway to the mind-body-spirit connection. When these three elements are one, you transcend and flow.

Rev6 is more than my daily workout. It is my moving meditation. It has revealed to me my innate ability to heal, and restore harmonious balance to mind, body, and spirit.

Rev6 uses barefoot training and novel movement to reprogram our fascia and carve new neural pathways. In doing so, I found that it not only rewires our body and brain, but also affects the etheric body, opening and releasing trapped energies in specific ways.

Rev6’s emphasis on feet is directly related to energy. A larger than average part of the brain associated with sensation is dedicated to the feet along with hands, lips and tongue. Barefoot training sends abundant sensory input by way of our feet, which is carried by our nervous system to our brain. Additionally, chakras are represented on our feet and meridians also begin and end in our feet where they influence the flow of energy in the body.

Spiritual leader and author, Caroline Myss points out that “Our biography becomes our biology”. Emotional force influences physical tissue within our bodies. Positive and negative experiences, (such as past and present relationships, traumas, memories, belief patterns, attitudes, spiritual and superstitious beliefs) register a memory in cell tissue as well as in the energy field. The emotions from these experiences become encoded in our biological systems and contribute to the formation of our cell tissue, which then generates a quality of energy that reflects those emotions.

On the same note, neurobiologist Dr. Candace Pert has proven, neuropeptides—the chemicals triggered by emotions—are thoughts converted into matter. Our emotions reside physically in our bodies and interact with our cells and tissues. Therefore, negative experiences become blocked energies and these blockages will manifest into disease.

“Clearly there’s another form of energy that we have not yet understood. For example, there’s a form of energy that appears to leave the body when the body dies…Your mind is in every cell of your body.” Dr. Candace Pert

Rev6 enables me to free up blockages in my physical body, followed by quieting of the mind and opening of the heart chakra. I am then able to let go and release old stored energy in the energy field. In fact, when I am in a transcendental state, it becomes unclear which is happening first, the change in cell tissue or the change in energy field. I believe this to be the metaphysical fabric of life!

“Clearly there’s another form of energy that we have not yet understood. For example, there’s a form of energy that appears to leave the body when the body dies…Your mind is in every cell of your body.”

– Dr. Candiace Pert

Written by Mina Cho

Written by Mina Cho

Rev6 Practitioner | Northern California

Meditation in motion is how I like to describe my Rev6 practice. It has been almost a decade since the first time I got introduced to this technique and subsequently flew across the world to study it. In the first 3 weeks of practice itself my period cramps completely disappeared and from that moment I knew this was going to be a life-long relationship.

6:45am every morning I wake up and look forward to rolling out the mat to begin my exercise routine. I love the fact that Rev6 helps me tune into my body – at times I use a pre-conceived sequence by Dr. Edythe but a lot of the times I just listen to my body and let it intuitively guide me through exercises creating different sequences each time. It feels amazing to be one with your mind and body at such a meditative level, flowing from one movement to another. Recently, I have also started introducing breathing techniques to the movements and that requires an added layer of focus.

It surely calms me down and invigorates me for an entire day of multitasking between work, being a mom and managing the house.

Written by Raina Gagrat

Written by Raina Gagrat

Rev6 Practitioner | Mumbai, India

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