A Conversation with Diane Hamilton

In this episode we speak with Diane Hamilton, author of Everything is Workable and The Zen of You and Me, as well as a mediator, international trainer in facilitation, and lineage holder and teacher at the Two Arrows Zen Center with locations in Salt Lake City and Torrey, Utah.

We speak about embodiment, about the beautiful paradox of both being your body and being more than your body, about meditation, about navigating the realms of politics and personal relationships during these turbulent times, about the importance of being clear about our intentions and allowing them to guide our participation in life, about patriarchy and hierarchy in spirituality, about our inner bonobos and chimpanzees, and much more.



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By training and profession, I am a somatic educator. Over the past 25+ years I have trained in and taught modern dance, tai chi, Indian and Tibetan yoga, yoga therapy (specializing in back pain). I completed a 4-year professional Feldenkrais training in 2007 and a 3-year Embodied Life training in 2014. I also study and work with somatic meditation and the profound practice of embodied inner listening known as Focusing.