An immersive, transformative, 28-day journey to awaken you to your body's intelligence
The challenge of becoming more embodied when you've been raised in a disembodied culture is hard to overestimate.
You have literally been conditioned to live in your head.
The most direct path to embodiment, then, is to step out of that conditioning by forging new choices for yourself.
That is the opportunity provided by the daily, step-by-step support of Recalibrating the Self, and is why it's so deeply transformative.
It shows you where and how to land in the body, connecting you afresh with yourself, your life, and the world around you.
The next round of Recalibrating the Self starts January 1 2023. Imagine being able to experience your days newly grounded in the wisdom of your embodied intelligence. Now imagine that happening before the month is over. Here's your chance!
Registration is capped at 130 participants so that we can provide support and feedback where it's needed. All previous cohorts have sold out.
You only have one life.
Let it be embodied.
Here's what you'll discover
How it feels to release the body to the breath, just like a baby does.
What it means to let your energy come fully to rest on the earth.
Why embodiment is so challenging in our culture, and simple ways of addressing that.
How to recognize your body's energy and bring it into a state of coherence.
How and where to come to rest in the centre of your body's intelligence.
What others are saying
"The entire experience was way beyond what I could have imagined - the exercises, the journaling, and staying with it each day made a difference in my life - in gratitude."
—Suzanne Lacey, previous Recalibrating the Self participant
"I found the course truly inspirational and it surpassed my unrealised (unspoken even to myself) hopes in helping me to be more easily present in my body and in relation to people and the world and to not close down in the face of difficulty. This has been and is a very important shift for me supported and aided by your course."
—Dave Wassermann, previous Recalibrating the Self participant
Here's what you'll get
Five Instructional Videos
Sixteen original practices you can listen to repeatedly
Specific journaling prompts to help you bring rich perspectives to each of the practices
Live Zoom call with Philip and other course participants
Hour-long call will be on January 28 at 3pm ET and will be recorded for those who can't attend live.
BONUS - Embodiment Masterclass Video
BONUS - Private Facebook group
Lifetime access to course materials
About Philip Shepherd
Philip Shepherd is recognized as an international authority on embodiment. His unique techniques have been developed to transform our disconnected experience of self and world, and are based on the vision articulated in his celebrated books, New Self, New World (2010) and Radical Wholeness (2017). Philip leads workshops around the world, creating a network of people practicing embodiment. Many of his exercises have been transformed into Embodied Meditations that are enjoyed by a global community.
The Embodied Present Process, or TEPP, is a series of simple, embodied meditations that help people feel the limitations in their responsiveness to the world, and appreciate how those limitations are reinforced by what we have learned from our culture. The meditations developed by TEPP allow you to move beyond those limitations so you can reconnect to yourself and the world in a new way.
Much of the work of TEPP is about remembrance, because the influence of our culture induces widespread forgetfulness: forgetfulness of the body, of true relationship, of the present that holds us all. When the body’s intelligence is reclaimed – when you emerge from those shadows of forgetfulness – you come back to a remembrance in which your reality is illuminated by everything around you.
There are many modalities that can help us feel calmer, or more embodied, but TEPP is the only modality we know of that directly unravels the cultural patterns that bind the body, and shows people specifically how and where to land in themselves. Other modalities also often take charge of the body with top-down instructions without realizing it, instructions that might tell the body when and how to breathe, for instance, or how to feel or move. Such top-down approaches to the body stifle its intelligence. TEPP reunites you with the body’s intelligence, so that you learn to think with the whole of your being, feeling every thought clarified through its sensitivities.
Many people who’ve experienced this work say it has changed their lives. We are used to living in our heads and have come to believe it’s a normal way to be, even though it makes us feel anxious and disconnected and ungrounded. The practices of TEPP help people find their way home to the ease of the body’s natural spaciousness – and that eventually becomes the foundation for everything in their lives. It enables the clarity of the present to support them in all their relationships and enterprises.
You'll continue to have access to all materials following the end of the course for as long as we are using the Kajabi platform (so a long time!) You can revisit the material as often as you like.
We anticipate that you'll spend less than 20 min each day listening to a practice or journaling. You may also wish to set aside a little more time to revisit a practice or try it on your own without the recording.
There is a bonus 45 min video that you can watch at your own pace.
You can revisit any of the practices as many times as you like. (There's a 'star' button so you can favourite practices.) Access to the course will remain indefinitely.
The material is hosted through the Kajabi platform and the videos are not downloadable. So you need to be using internet to view or listen to them.
The 'Comments' section on each practice provides a forum in which you are invited to share your personal experiences as they relate to the practices, or to ask a question about them. Philip will respond to all questions as soon as he can. We would ask you to avoid making comments that interpret the experiences of other participants or offer advice to them.