In this podcast I briefly explore what I mean by “parts-work” and my background with this approach. See Part 2 for more information.
I didn’t know what the word hermeneutic meant until I was in my late twenties. I started to hear the word thrown around in my graduate coursework with ancient languages, and gathered that it had something to do with interpretation. I had nerd-ed my way into a small group of students that wanted to pursue… Continue reading Perspective I: Hermeneutics of Translation
In this first episode, learn about what I’ll be exploring here at Grounding Mist and get a general introduction to Polyvagal Theory. Check out the graphic below to give you a visual for the three “states” we talk about in the second half of the episode. Thanks for listening in!
This is the last of three introductory posts that talk about what Polyvagal Theory is. For a head-knowledge overview, see Polyvagal Theory I. For a little more of a heart-perspective with personal examples, see Polyvagal Theory II. With a fuller picture of Polyvagal Theory from these first three posts, we’ll start to explore ways we… Continue reading Polyvagal Theory III