Dynamic Stillness

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'An intrinsic and alive stillness. The ground of emergence for all form.'[1]

'Dynamic stillness is the stillness that underpins everything. The potent void from which activity spontaneously emerges. A cranial cosmology might be: There is a transmutation from void to movement to energy to fluids to form.'[2]


Sutherland? Becker? Sills?


In dynamic stillness is a state beyond time and space. In sessions we experience a conscious presence where the mind rests and pauses. Only a few minutes might pass - but this moment feels endless. A door opens to the unknown, the observer has no place here and the deep forces of health are at work.


  1. Sills, F. (2001) Craniosacral Biodynamics, Vol. 1 Revised Edition– The Breath of Life, Biodynamics, and Fundamental Skills. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books. p69
  2. Sumner, G. and Haines, S. (2010) Cranial Intelligence - A Practical Guide to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. London: Singing Dragon.