Cinesomatic Feedback Examples
These demonstrate the exclusive Cinesomatic® process where clients review footage and integrate feedback
Example One of Feedback
Example One shows Andrew Daniel giving feedback to a client while reviewing footage together online of handshaking and embodied archetype movements.
- 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.
Example Two of Feedback
Example Two shows Andrew Daniel giving feedback to a client while reviewing footage together online of handshaking and embodied archetype movements.
- 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.
Cinesomatic Handshaking Mosaic
Compilation of 24 people “shaking their hands”—revealing polarity, reverse-wiring, and how we play big and small
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
Cinesomatic Archetype Mosaics
Groundbreaking “mosaics” of embodied archetypes show for the first time how success and dysfunction reflect in the body
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.
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.
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.
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”.
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.
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.