Dynamic Stillness

The Breath of Life arises from profound Stillness. As practitioners deepen their relationship to client’s system over time, Stillness becomes a direct clinical perception and is found to lie at the heart of all clinical process.

Sutherland encouraged practitioners to sense the stillness at the heart of the Tide. Here he was not talking about a simple ceasing of tidal motion, but was pointing to a much deeper truth.

Rollin Becker DO, an important disciple of Sutherland, talked about the dynamic and alive stillness at the heart of all life. Following on from Becker’s insight, this implicate ground of emergence is commonly called the Dynamic Stillness in the cranial field.

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