Cover art by Emmie Åkervall



In psychotherapy, I get to understand why I do what I do but – at least some times – I still do it. Intellectual comprehension of our emotions, it seems, needs a somatic counterpart.




This is the third Somatic Philosophy podcast episode, and now we’re going to experiment a little. For if we lay low on direction and let our dialogue bring about what it will, we could perhaps finally step out of that striving energy and into the emergent energy.


It’s worth a try. 🙂


Here follows a conversation with Heather Levenstein, freelancing violist and Mind Recovery Systems therapist based in Göteborg, Sweden. We talk about being ready, the power of words, treating illness versus creating health, the body’s symptoms language and the mind’s interpretation tool … And, we talk about tapping.


Part 1:


Part 2:

Vignette jingle by Gregory Hovnanian Weber

Book a session with Heather via email to heatherlevenstein @


Philosophy is what we need.



Do you have a body and a mind,
and would like to talk about it all with a philosophical coach?
Write to Miriam at kontakt @
Looking forward to hearing from you!


Psst! Find all episodes of this series under the tab Filoprax’ Articles and Podcasts.


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