Stopping what limits you – Breaking patterns
Throughout our lives we learned to respond in a similar way to certain situations. By repeating ourselves we developed patterns of movement, thought, emotion and behavior. These patterns alienate us from our bodies, causing pain and discomfort and generating recurring moods that diminish our experience of life. They lead us to an automatic and routine way of relating to ourselves and others.
The Grinberg Method emphasizes that an essential key to any change or achievement is the willingness and ability to stop the habits that would otherwise limit us. Since we often experience our habits as “who we are,” breaking them presents a challenge.