Cine­so­mat­ic Feed­back Exam­ples

These demon­strate the exclu­sive Cine­so­mat­ic process where clients review footage and inte­grate feed­back

Exam­ple One of Feed­back

Exam­ple One shows Drew Gerald giving feed­back to a client while review­ing footage togeth­er online of hand­shak­ing and embod­ied arche­type move­ments.

Topics include:

  • Explain­ing the premise of feed­back and video
  • The source of anx­i­ety in the body
  • Being seen a cer­tain way and drop­ping per­sonas
  • High output levels and money in busi­ness
  • Ego and spir­i­tu­al arro­gance
  • Not feel­ing enough when giving and receiv­ing
  • Lack of true ful­fill­ment in buying things

Notice: Mature lan­guage.

Extend­ed Edi­tion (18:08)

Exam­ple Two of Feed­back

Exam­ple Two shows Drew Gerald giving feed­back to a client while review­ing footage togeth­er online of hand­shak­ing and embod­ied arche­type move­ments.

Topics include:

  • Prov­ing value and fear of losing approval
  • How doing it the oppo­site way works better
  • Highly accel­er­at­ed feed­back and man­i­fes­ta­tion
  • Rela­tion­ship of mas­cu­line and fem­i­nine in the body
  • Grow­ing up with­out a ref­er­ence point of gen­eros­i­ty
  • A 15:1 ratio of somat­ic resource­ful­ness with money
  • Lack of inti­ma­cy and con­nec­tion where money is spent

Notice: Mature lan­guage.

Extend­ed Edi­tion (32:12)

Cine­so­mat­ic Hand­shak­ing Mosaic

Com­pi­la­tion of 24 people “shak­ing their hands”—revealing polar­i­ty, reverse-wiring, and how we play big and small

Hand­shak­ing Com­pi­la­tion

Hand­shak­ing shows 24 par­tic­i­pants doing what they inter­pret as “shak­ing your hands”. This decep­tive­ly odd exer­cise reveals a tremen­dous amount of data about the person through the move­ment and feel­ing, such as:

  • What money, love, sup­port we take in, reject, or throw away
  • What sto­ries and mytholo­gies are cur­rent­ly run­ning our lives
  • The level of joy, suf­fer­ing, ease, or strug­gle we expe­ri­ence
  • Trau­mas, anx­i­eties, fears, avoid­ances, neu­rot­ic pat­terns
  • Hidden agen­das, manip­u­la­tions, pro­jec­tions, judg­ments
  • The func­tion­al­i­ty of our mas­cu­line and fem­i­nine aspects

Extend­ed Edi­tion (30:09)

Cine­so­mat­ic Arche­type Mosaics

Ground­break­ing “mosaics” of embod­ied arche­types show for the first time how suc­cess and dys­func­tion reflect in the body

Giving Arche­type

Giving shows 18 par­tic­i­pants express­ing “giving” through their bodies. This move­ment reveals their cur­rent rela­tion­ship with giving sym­bol­i­cal­ly and lit­er­al­ly. You will see how some feel effec­tive or joyous in their move­ment, while others frozen, aggres­sive, or lost—that is how they relate to giving in their lives.

Extend­ed Edi­tion (19:40)

Receiv­ing Arche­type

Receiv­ing shows the same set of 18 par­tic­i­pants express­ing “receiv­ing” through their bodies. This move­ment reveals their cur­rent rela­tion­ship with receiv­ing, com­ple­ment­ing “giving”. You will see how some find ease and plea­sure in receiv­ing, or what it sym­bol­i­cal­ly looks like to strug­gle with receiv­ing.

Extend­ed Edi­tion (17:21)

Making Money Arche­type

Making Money shows 10 par­tic­i­pants express­ing the con­cept of “making money” through their bodies. This move­ment shows their rela­tion­ship with money and how they inter­nal­ize making it. It’s not just the move­ment that con­veys, but the feel­ing of wealth, pover­ty, abun­dance, or scarci­ty that under­lies it.

Extend­ed Edi­tion (10:10)

Spend­ing Money Arche­type

Spend­ing Money shows the same set of 10 par­tic­i­pants, but this time express­ing the con­cept of “spend­ing money”. Again, their rela­tion­ship with money is revealed through feel­ing and move­ment. Notice if they spend from ego or real joy, if it feels abun­dant, and how it com­pares to their “making money”.

Extend­ed Edi­tion (7:01)

Gen­eros­i­ty Arche­type

Gen­eros­i­ty shows 12 par­tic­i­pants express­ing “gen­eros­i­ty” through move­ment. The move­ments tell a story of how they have inter­nal­ized this con­cept and what it looks like when they’re being “gen­er­ous”. Some­times we think we’re being one way—but in real­i­ty, there’s an agenda or manip­u­la­tion behind it.

Extend­ed Edi­tion (9:10)

Self­ish­ness Arche­type

Self­ish­ness shows the same set of 12 par­tic­i­pants doing “self­ish­ness” through embod­ied expres­sion. You may dis­cov­er that what people think is self­ish… is some­times them taking what they need to nour­ish or sup­port them­selves. This “reverse-wiring” reveals itself only through Cine­so­mat­ic move­ment.

Extend­ed Edi­tion (7:41)