How to Use the Selfseeds Program
The 11 Selfseeds © grew out of a whole body practice, but that doesn’t mean that the entire garden has to be planted all at once. Plant what you can manage. Start with one seed and see how it integrates into your current life practice. Consider starting with the seed that you will most reliably have success with. Pick a seed that feels more sustainable, inviting, and familiar. Starting with too exotic of a seed might be overwhelming, discouraging, and daunting for even 5 minutes. Sit with the 11 aspects and get a sense of how they resonate within you. Try not to have judgement about what you “should” or “should not” pick, but honor your uniqueness. Design your own garden. The idea is to be inspired and take joy in tending your garden instead of finding it a drudgery.