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The Grinberg Method uses body attention, perception and direct experience to stop what’s between you and what you want to achieve. In one-on-one video sessions, you will be guided by a practitioner in learning through your body and reclaiming your unique potential, step by step. With online sessions, the Grinberg Method is now near you, anywhere you are!


In this video you will hear from Avi Grinberg, founder of the Grinberg Method, about the unique access online sessions have for your healing.


Grinberg Weekly Challenge

Blame is lame

Weekly Exercise: "Blame is lame".

"Don't complain and blame in the morning".

Every day this week, from the time we wake up until 12:00, we will not complain or blame anyone or anything.
We will not complain about the weather, about our sleep, about noises, about being passed in line, and so on.

You can complain or accuse under a condition, but before that we will ask permission from those who are with us and see if it is acceptable to them. Can you say something like, "I want to complain a little bit, is that okay with you?" "

Some details about this exercise.

Life doesn't always turn out the way we plan or want it to. When it does, the most comfortable and accessible response for us is to complain about the situation and blame others. We are constantly complaining and blaming others without even realizing it.

What's the problem with that? Why shouldn't I complain and blame?

The problem is that it becomes chronic, that it becomes a fixed habit that we do every day and for a long time. When we get stuck in complaining and blaming, we get trapped in negativity. It robs us of all our strength and ability to act in reality to improve the situation.
We weaken ourselves and invest our energy in digging the hole even deeper instead of trying to get out of it.

We also keep good people away from us, because it is very difficult to be happy next to someone who complains. Complaining is contagious: As soon as you talk to someone and voice your complaints, you can infect them with your frustrated, angry nature. There's a certain sense of righteousness that comes with complaining, a subconscious desire to get more people to complain together, as if that will solve the problem or calm something inside.

That's why I like the idea of asking to complain. You are aware of your desire to complain, and you know that what you have to say might be toxic or unpleasant. And that's why you ask permission before you complain.

Think for a moment: Why do we complain? Why do we blame others? What does this replace? How does this serve us? Is it healthy? Is it healthy to some degree? How do we feel when someone complains to us? Is that pleasant? Is it our nature to complain and blame? Is trying to reduce complaints just an impossible impertinence? The beautification?

I'm curious to see what will happen when I reduce my complaining and blaming.

May we all be successful.

Grinberg Weekly Challenge

Don't gossip

Weekly exercise: "Don't gossip"
"The 3 filters of Socrates"
This week the exercise is simple - no gossiping.
What is it to gossip?
Saying things that are defamatory - a statement that damages the good name or the honor of a person, group of people or organization.
Recently gossip is gaining momentum on social networks like Facebook and Whatsapp. This phenomenon of spreading rumors can have severe social and emotional consequences.
One of the examples of this is "shaming" - or in Hebrew "ביוש פומב": exposure of information or personal details about a person in order to shame him, mock him or ridicule him, condemn him or his behavior, criticize him and denounce him.
When we gossip often we don't intend to hurt or shame another person, we gossip for the pleasure of the speech itself.
Socrates, the wisest man, suggested using 3 filters before telling something to someone: truth, good, necessary.
1. Am I sure what I'm about to say is the truth?
2. Is what I'm about to say (about another person) good?
3. Is what i am going to say really necessary?
If the answer to at least one of the questions is no - we will not say what we thought to say.
As a continuation of the exercise, if we catch ourselves gossiping, we will take a few minutes and think about what was our motive to say what we said. We will write down our motives in the diary.
This is how we can understand ourselves better, and decide if we really want to act from the motives we wrote down.
Speak on your insights
And good luck to all of us
Grinberg Weekly Challenge

Being in the right tension.

Weekly exercise: "Being in the right tension"
1. This week we will choose one stretch that we really like to do. Every day we will perform the stretch twice in a row, about 40 seconds each time. We'll try to find the right tension for us and stay there, so that we can feel the muscle - not too tense and not too loose. At this time we will also notice our breathing and the feeling of the air entering through our nose.
If we are in too much pain and we just want to finish the stretch, it is a sign that the tension is too strong, therefore let go. If we stop paying attention to the stretched muscle and start thinking about everyday things, it is a sign that there is not enough tension, therefore we will add tension. There is a special feeling in being in the right tension, let's try to identify it.
After 40 seconds we will stop the stretch and do it again.
2. In addition to that :
We will pay attention to our daily physical actions, and try to always be in the right tension.
Slamming doors with force = excess tension.
Tension in the back when we try to sleep = more tension.
Busy sitting when we are at work = lack of stress
Weak hand shake without muscle tone = lack of tension
We will try to find in every action what it means to be in the right tension for us. It will always depend on our goal and what we want to achieve.
A few more details
Each string in a guitar has the right tension, when it is not at the right tension the string will damage the harmony of the sound produced, in relation to the other strings and therefore will cause a corrosion. When all the strings are tuned properly, we can produce amazing sounds.
Additional examples:
You can eat and sleep too much or too little. You can talk or be silent too much or too little. The art is finding the right size, the right tension, finding the golden path for us. It will be different for everyone, and every situation is unique, so we can't act by strict rules. We would like to be fully present in the moment to see. Is this the right stress for what I want to achieve?
In many cases excess or lack of tension will cause us to suffer something. The idea of the exercise is to start identifying the right physical tension in the body. Later we will be able to easily identify the right tension in our thought and emotion.
We want our string to be well directed, so that it will be in harmony with everything around us.
Good luck to all of us


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