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Standing on Your Head: 27 Inversion Practices to Build Awareness

Standing on Your Head: 27 Inversion Practices to Build Awareness

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Published by Tina Berger
In this little book, you will find descriptions of 27 different inversion practices. Inversion practices are practices in which we reverse our habitual ways of doing, seeing, and thinking about things; we turn our habits upside down or reverse them in order to develop awareness of our patterns and increase our flexibility to think, see, and move outside of them.
In this little book, you will find descriptions of 27 different inversion practices. Inversion practices are practices in which we reverse our habitual ways of doing, seeing, and thinking about things; we turn our habits upside down or reverse them in order to develop awareness of our patterns and increase our flexibility to think, see, and move outside of them.

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Published by: Tina Berger on Jul 13, 2012
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Standing on Your Head
27 Inversion Practices to Build Your Awareness
©2012 by Tina BergerLicensed under the Creative Commons License, Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ Please feel free to copy or distribute electronically
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to anyone you think would benefit from this eBook. And if you are interested in more information on inversion practices orother awareness practices, visit my blog athttp://guided-passages.blogspot.com.Warm regards,Tina BergerFounder, Guided Passageswww.guided-passages.com 
 
What are inversion practices?
Inversion practices are practices in which we reverse ourhabitual ways of doing, seeing, and thinking about things;we turn our habits upside down or reverse them in orderto develop awareness of our patterns and increase ourflexibility to think, see, and move outside of them.In this little book, you will find descriptions of 27different inversion practices. This is neither a completelist, nor a recommended list. Not everyone has the samehabits; some of the practices described in these pagesmay be very challenging to you, while others may not bea stretch at all.Think of this collection as a place to begin. Pick a few of the 27 that feel right for you to try out, and watch yourreactions. Most likely, as you begin to practice inversion,you will begin to notice some specific areas where yourown perceptions and habits feel the most constricted.If a practice has not been provided to address thoseareas, go ahead and develop your own. Go on now!Stand on your head!
Tina Berger 
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