e21 The Embodied Human Condition, with Eylam Langotsky
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Eylam is an Embodiment Practitioner and an Attention Management Coach, who has been Exploring and Teaching perceptual development with people from all walks of life, for the last 30 years.

He has worked and taught in Israel, Switzerland and in the last decade in Berlin Germany.

He has a Masters degree from Cohn Institute for History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas, at the University of Tel Aviv.

His research was on alternative methodologies and practices of physical experimentation, and of perceptual observation and meditation in the scientific work of Goethe; Particularly Goethe’s ‘Theory of Colour’ and ‘The Metamorphosis of Plants’.

Eylam is presently writing a field guide into the foundation of human experience, Embodiment, Attention and Perception, and how they can be practiced, revived, empowered and emancipated.

This conversation is the first of many, during which we hope to cover embodiment, attention, perception, the theory and practice, for not just self-development but hopefully self-realization. Both Eylam and I would really appreciate your feedback, questions, and suggestions for topics to cover.

You can find Eylam at eylamatwork.com

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