Integration, in its most simplest definition, is the act of bringing together or incorporating parts into the whole. Within the western world, integration has taken on a charged social context, so if that word doesn't feel inviting, expansive, or a big sigh of relief for you (or is part of the reason you're on a healing journey to begin with) I invite you to try on a couple others:
Bring together. Unify. Make whole.
Energy Archaeology and the Realms of Embodiment reframe what it means and looks like to integrate and live in integrity.
The way you embody and unify the parts of yourself is incredibly personal. Which is why it might be confusing or frustrating that the journey to embodiment is one of integration. Something you'll do in your own way based on:
1. The Realms of Embodiment that you're designed to focus on in this lifetime.
2. The Realm you're currently working in, and the practices that feel good for you.
That can't be it! I need more! How? For how long? How will I know I've integrated? What will it feel like?
All excellent questions, and probably ones that have been left unanswered, because we, as a community, haven't truly understood the parts we're bringing together - we've never comprehensively articulated the parts!
When the goal is to make whole, you need to be able to see each of the nuanced pieces that are coming together. If you don't understand the components, you don't understand the journey to wholeness.
Energy Archaeology, and The Realms of Embodiment are the framework that shows you the whole journey. Spirit + Soul. Mind + Body. Finally, the pieces that you've healed separately can come together, creating the capacity you've desired.
You have space in your body. In your mind, In your spirit. You can hold more of yourself than ever before. Your healing is available to you, and you can live a life of presence and integrity.
The Ladder + The Fractal
Bones + Foundation
Muscle + Connection
Fluid + Flow
Organ, Emotion + Rhythm
Nervous System + Frequency
DNA + Quantum