The power of play has the ability to bring us into a state of focus and relationship. The purpose of play is to seek out joy for the sake of joy. Play brings us into embodied movement meditation through joy replenishment. Play subtlety, empowers us to connect with our own unique rhythmic expression, while influencing the formation of relationship and community. Dr. Stuart Brown, founder of The Institute for Play, states that "trust is established through play signals." Ultimately, body play empowers us to be seen uniquely as we are in this world, builds trust between human beings, replenishes our joy, and builds joyful communities.
Are you practicing enough play in your lifetime?