When you walk into an audition and contract your body, decrease your breath, and gaze your eyes on everything but the people in front of you – you are doing an embodiment practice.
This particular embodiment practice triggers your nervous system to take over – go on autopilot – get it done fast – and exit the room with minimal damage. #TailBetweenLegs
This embodiment practice, I think it’s safe to say, does NOT produce the kind of results you want.
Luckily we have powerful resources to create an embodiment practice that will produce the results you want.
Our resources include the Committed Impulse Inner Atomic and Sub-Personality tools.
Yup – the same tools we use to create a character – can – and also must – be used to create an embodiment practice that reflects and generates what we want in our careers.
We have to remember that we are all highly intuitive beings – and we are constantly sending out a signal that is being received.
The beauty of CI embodiment practice is that we can alter the signal we are sending out from, for example, “I’m not ready” – to “I got this.”
And it all starts with shifting the energetic patterns in your body. These energetic patterns transmit a signal to casting directors, producers and other people you want to work with.
As you alter and play with the signal you are sending out – you are going to notice a different response from the people in the audition room, on set, and in your everyday life.
A simple explanation of what happens…
The Committed Impulse tools stimulate your imagination – which leads to a shift in the way you perceive the world around you. This, in turn, alters how you interact with every element of your career. Ultimately this gives you the potential to create a new narrative and direction for your career.
That’s pretty deep, yo.
I attribute the fact that I have four major projects coming out this fall on the embodiment work I have been exploring – and will be teaching.
Promo: the 4 projects: Joker (Warner Bros), Motherless Brooklyn (Warner Bros), Ray Donovan (Showtime), and Mrs. Fletcher (HBO).
I hope you can feel how excited I am to share this work with you, in person.
Wishing you a spectacular week!
Have you ever made a shift in how you live in your body that made a shift in your career? Questions? Thoughts? Leave a comment below.