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Doing the exercises

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The daily exercises presented in each module have a reflective, meditative content and are tailored to the topic of the week. Take time after each exercise to sense what aftereffects you perceive in your body and in your general condition. It reinforces the effect of these exercises when you consciously tell yourself, “I did the exercise!“, after doing it.

The eurythmy exercises come from the courses "Vowels in Action" and correspond to the topics of the modules. They form the opposite pole to the daily exercises and only unfold their full potential in tandem with these.

With the eurythmy exercises, you make a foundation for your soul, strengthen your bodily perception and promote an inner dialogue. Your nerves become less raw and you gain access to your inner resources. The eurythmy exercises are also effective if you reflect on them during the day and do them in your imagination.

When do you experience that the exercises work best?

  • If I do them daily at the same time.
  • If I adapt the exercises to the circumstances of the day.
  • If I practice them a few times a day.
  • If I practice intensively once a day
  • If I am not under pressure and/or prefer to do only a part of them.



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HSP-1: Personal growth through high sensitivity. In the center of life!

8 weeks with meditations, exercises and eurythmy.

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There are many courses available on High Sensitivity that will help you to: master your everyday life, get to know yourself better and take your needs seriously.

The special feature of our course is its systematic structure according to topics, which are adapted to the different layers of our personality.

The basis for this is on the one hand the Eightfold Path of the Buddha, as taught 3000 years ago, and on the other hand the beatitudes of the Sermon on the Mount. Both of them take up the complex structure of mind and body in a similar way, and subdivide it into eight or nine basic principles. Rudolf Steiner worked out the similarities between these two ways in the 20th century.

These sources and their system form the basis for this course.

Give the course a try. If you don't like it, you have 14 days unrestricted right of return.