‘Timing’ means something a little different to all of us. Some look at time as it relates to acceleration, movement through space (speed), or muscle activation to name a few. But these biometrics often dominate the actual relationships at hand. These relationships are exactly what we at the institute spend our time reflecting on throughout the year. The best time to introduce a new technique, the amount of time needed to achieve a full exhale, the amount of time spent in one hemisphere, the best time of year to host a specific course, the timing of speaker availability to teach said course, the last possible time that the manuals must be shipped to host sites or your homes…….. and the time goes on.
In cyclical fashion this yearly passing of our daily expenditure of time, ends in 4 days, 30 hours or 1,800 minutes of Advanced Integration discussion. Reflecting on exactly how we spend our time rotating, reaching, reacting to, respiring, repositioning and hopefully resting, throughout our daily lives. The biometrics of it all are covered in depth, building upon the concepts discussed the days and months before. And by the last day, in the final hours, it is always hard to believe how fast our time together really occurs.
That’s the thing about time, it may seem daunting, sometimes nonexistent, or even endless at ‘times’, but until it has passed, until we are able to sense something new at its conclusion, we have no comparison, no metric, of how much of it was truly spent. As our time this year and every year concludes, it is this event that provides us as a PRI community with the sense of our time, being well spent, on and for, others in our lives.
Thank you to all of you who have spent time alongside us this year. And to our faculty who dedicate much of their time to help you, and us, fulfill ours. We look forward to spending renewed time with you all in the year ahead and are excited about the many opportunities available to do so.
May this time of year bring you and your loved ones, peace, rest and well-being.
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