In Episode 19 of the Inspired Life Project Podcast Maggie interviews Liz Koch, founder of Core Awareness an educational website dedicated to understanding the Psoas through enhanced somatic awareness.
*Episode intro and a brief moment of breathwork
1:30 – Introduction and we have the change to hear about Liz Koch’s work.
3.00 - Connecting to ourselves through creativity and becoming connected through out sensory system.
3.15- Locating and sensing ourselves through constructive rest and our nervous system.
5.40- Liz explains the Psoas muscle and how it is the messenger of the soul.
8.45 - How the Psoas muscle relates to how we show up in the world.
11.15 – Our potential fragmented journey and sense of being.
12.20 - Safety is not nessecerily outside of ourselves when we are coherent.
13.20 - Biomorphic intelligence – all life is shaped by our field of axis
14.25 -The messages we can receive from our Psoas Muscle
Nature has always been a source of connection with spirit for me. When I was about three years old, we lived in an oak tree forest in Iowa. I would ask my mom if I could go outside by myself, and one day she said yes! She watched me from inside go and sit in the woods. I remember talking to the trees as if they were friends and asking them why I was here; what was my purpose in being born? They would tell me that one day it would all make sense. When I look back on this relationship I had with the trees, it’s like they were an advisory council for me. I felt like I belonged and was seen. As a
teenager, also in Iowa, we could drive to a small park out in the cornfields that had a swinging bridge. It was called Margaret Guye Woods, and whenever I was there a sense of euphoria came over me. This was a place where just being there made me feel like
everything was okay just as it was; it was like a still-point for me. When I lived in the Colorado, I would find little parks or trails...