In order to judge the outcome of a practice session most of us tend to have a set of qualifiers, -things which we take as a sign that we have either succeeded or failed in what we are doing. But the type of qualifiers we use are closely linked to how efficient we are. And how well our body functions during playing.
Because every part of us is constantly being affected by inner and outer influences we are all in a constant state of flux. When we are in pain we often, consciously, or unconsciously work against this notion: The search for a path out of the pain can become a desperate search for a static state … Continue reading Pain-work: The art of state change