I was listening to an audio recording of yours ( a series with you and Wayne Dyer) and you were talking about body knowledge and how it comes down to comfort and discomfort. The conversation was around listening to the body and if something’s uncomfortable look at what I can do to move towards comfort. it is a simple concept, but then I think about in my own spiritual practice (I work in Toltec Shamanism) and how we intentional go towards the discomfort in order to move through. I know I am interpreting what you’re saying through my own filters, but it almost sounds like avoiding discomfort. If I think about my own life, and I’m sure many people can relate to this, and a situation such as visiting my parents. Lots of discomfort! Do I then avoid visiting them and choose instead to sit out in nature or go run off to Mexico (which I do choose often!). In my spiritual practices, I would look at the discomfort and go sit in it for a while..choosing to sit in he discomfort in order to move through it, to understand it. I believe there’s even a Chinese proverb about the only way to conquer the dragon is to become one with it. So, perhaps you can clarify for me what you were speaking about and how this relates to my question?