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Vlad | Mentalist | Modeller | Handicapper
Vlad | Mentalist | Modeller | Handicapper
He is an explorer of the structure of subjective experience, seeking a deeper understanding of how people experience the world through their conscious and subconscious minds. He studies the inner worlds of thoughts, feelings, and sensations that shape our perceptions, behaviors, and choices.
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โ€œYour body is your best guide. It constantly tells you, in the form of pain or sensations, whatโ€™s working for you and whatโ€™s not.โ€ โ€“ Hina Hashmi


Your body is your closest companion. It is always with you, experiencing everything you do. Yet many of us feel disconnected from our bodies, not really listening to what it is trying to tell us. What if we started having a conversation with our body, listening to what it has to say?

You can start simply by tuning into the sensations in your body. Notice where you feel tightness or discomfort. Check in with areas holding stress or pain. Your body is giving you signals about what it needs. Don’t ignore those signals. Slow down and give your body loving attention. Scan through all the areas - your feet, legs, back, shoulders, arms, hands, neck, head. Feel the aliveness pulsing through you.

As you tune in, you may notice your body speaking to you about emotions you have pushed down or not fully processed. Tightness in the chest or throat may reflect unexpressed feelings. Discomfort in the gut could point to anxiety or fear. Aches in the shoulders might come from carrying heavy burdens. Your body holds your feelings and inner truths. Be open to receiving these messages.

You can speak directly to your body, aloud or silently. Tell your body lovingly, “I am listening” or “I am here for you.” Ask what it most needs right now - rest, movement, nourishment? Thank your body for all it does for you each day - breathing, pumping blood, making energy. Send gratitude to every organ and cell. Your body appreciates being recognized and cared for.

Making a practice of body conversations can strengthen your connection with yourself. It builds self-understanding as your body reveals its needs and wisdom. You may find long-held tensions beginning to unwind. Old injuries can finally heal. You come home to yourself, living in greater alignment and harmony.

This is a relationship worth cultivating. Your body has been your loyal, lifelong companion. It deserves your attention, respect and love. Keep the conversation going. Listen deeply. Your body has so much to share with you. Stay open and receptive to this powerful inner dialogue. Let it guide you to greater health and wholeness.


Dear body, we have been through so much together. From the day we were created, you have carried me through this world. You have enabled me to experience all that life has to offer - the highs and lows, the laughter and the tears. You have allowed me to build relationships, follow passions, and leave my mark on this world.

There have been times when I have not treated you well. I’ve pushed you to exhaustion, fed you unhealthy foods, and neglected your cries for rest. And yet, you have continued to support me faithfully. Even when I haven’t given you the care you deserve, you keep going.

Body, you are a miracle. An intricate network of cells, tissues and organs working in harmony to sustain this sentient being that is me. Every breath, every beat of my heart, is thanks to you. You make it possible for me to love, learn and experience the gift of being alive.

I want you to know that I see you now. I recognize the blessing that you are. I commit to treating you with the respect, care and compassion you deserve. Thank you, dear body, for taking this journey with me. We still have far to go together, and with your strength, we will make it through.


โ€œIn fact, you will play your instrument better if you listen to your bodyโ€™s responses to how you are doing what you are doing.โ€ โ€“ Judith Kleinman

  • I slowly scan my body from head to toe, bringing gentle awareness to each part. I start with my feet, noticing any sensations. I wiggle my toes and feel the aliveness there. I move up through my legs, relaxing my calves and thighs. I release any tension in my hips.

  • Bringing attention to my back, I straighten my spine. I broaden through my chest and relax my shoulders down. I gently stretch my neck side to side. I soften my jaw and let my face relax.

  • Now that I’ve scanned my whole body, I check in again with areas calling for attention. My lower back feels tight, so I send it loving warmth. My shoulders are hunched, so I consciously relax them. I notice my jaw is clenched, so I release.

  • I speak directly to my body saying “Thank you for all that you do for me. I want to listen and care for you. Please show me what you need.”

  • I listen quietly. My body responds it needs more rest and gentle movement. I make a mental note to take a walk later and get to bed early tonight.

  • I tell my body “I appreciate you and I’m here to support you. Let’s work together in harmony.” I feel a renewed sense of connection and partnership with my own wise inner guide.


โ€œIn training, you listen to your body. In competition, you tell your body to shut up.โ€ - Rich Froning Jr.

  • Improves body awareness and connection. By checking in and listening, you become more attuned to your body’s needs and messages.

  • Releases tension and stress. Directing loving attention to areas of tightness can help them relax.

  • Supports the mind-body connection. Talking to your body bridges the gap between your mental and physical selves.

  • Promotes self-care. Your body can guide you towards what nurtures it - rest, nutrition, movement, etc.

  • Enhances self-love. Expressing gratitude and care for your body builds your self-esteem and body image.

  • Allows emotional processing. Physical tension may be holding unexpressed emotions that need releasing.

  • Boosts the immune system. Reducing stress through body awareness strengthens your overall health.

  • Fosters intuition and inner wisdom. Your body holds deep knowledge about your needs.

  • Provides comfort and support. Knowing your body is always with you, you feel less alone.

  • Improves sleep. Releasing tension and relaxing the body prepares you for deeper sleep.

  • Builds mindfulness. Staying present with your body anchors you in the moment.

  • Deepens self-understanding. Your body reflects your inner state - listen to its messages.

  • Promotes healing. Bringing caring awareness to injured or unwell areas can aid healing.

  • Increases alignment. Attuning to your body’s needs helps you live in greater harmony.

๐Ÿ‘๏ธโ€๐Ÿ—จ๏ธ๐Ÿ‘‚โœ‹ AWARENESS

Awareness refers to the capacity to effortlessly notice whatever is happening, both internally and externally. It is the open, spacious consciousness that is always present.

Some key points about awareness:

  • Awareness is present throughout the body. We can sense and feel our whole body right now, with no effort required.

  • Awareness extends into the space all around the body. If a sound happened, we would hear it automatically without trying.

  • There is no edge or limit to awareness. We have a sense of space extending in all directions.

  • Awareness allows us to notice thoughts, feelings, sounds, sensations, etc as they arise, without any judgment. It is a mirror that reflects whatever appears without distortion.

  • Awareness is always in the present moment. It cannot be located in the past or future.

  • Awareness has no inherent meaning or interpretation. It is the direct, pre-conceptual experience.

  • Awareness is the space in which everything happens, yet it remains untouched. Like the sky, it is always open and clear.

Regular practice helps develop awareness as our natural way of being.



  • Vladimir Klimsa is researcher, practitioner and author. Vladimir Klimsa, developed the process of Talking to your body out of his own search for personal healing and spiritual awakening. He was born with a gift of enhanced Gut feeling which was coming randomly to unrelated events. Facing a health crisis, Vladimir desperately wanted to understand how to regain the state of certainty. He studied with spiritual teachers but found their instructions lacked precision.
  • Drawing from Milton Erickson’s, Connirae Andreas, Richard Bandler, Steve Andreas and Anthony Robbins work, his background in modeling excellence, and principles of spirituality, Vladimir sought to map the steps to Talking to your body.
  • A key breakthrough was recognizing the structure of the Talking to your body - locations in space that could be found through inner exploration.
  • He developed process, which reliably led to beneficial transformations. Vladimir began sharing these methods, now called Talking to your body. He continues to refine the formats through guiding people who would like to experience dialogue with their body in their life.


  • Listen deeply - Tune in fully and give your body your complete attention. Don’t just scan over it quickly. Receive its subtle communications.

  • Be patient - It takes time to reestablish connection with your body. Don’t get frustrated if it doesn’t reveal everything instantly.

  • Come from love - Bring an attitude of gentleness, care and compassion to the dialogue. Your body responds best to love.

  • Ask questions - Inquire what your body needs or is feeling. Then wait openly for the answers to arise.

  • Notice sensations - Pay close attention to physical sensations, tightness, discomfort or ease. They hold clues.

  • Send appreciation - Express gratitude to your body for all it quietly does to support you each day.

  • Release judgments - Don’t criticize your body or make negative assessments. Accept what is arising.

  • Be consistent - Check in regularly to develop an ongoing relationship and deepen trust.

  • Observe don’t fix - Simply witness and acknowledge what your body reveals without trying to immediately solve it.

  • Allow emotions - Let your body express any feelings or tensions that need releasing.

  • Suggest not command - Make gentle recommendations but don’t force your body to do anything. Allow it autonomy.

  • Trust your intuition - Follow your innate sense of what your body most needs in each moment.

  • Integrate guidance - Take actions to support your body’s wellbeing based on what it communicates.

Be patient with pacing - Go at your body’s speed, not your mind’s. Slower is often better to create change.


  • Sitting by side so you can perceive nuances in facial expression, gestures, coloration of the skin and not stay in the way of client who are accessing their images and creating metaphors in front of them.

  • Modulate your voice and speak slowly and melodically.

  • Be interested and curious about client exploration.

  • Repeat client’s words using his voice delivery. For instance when the client spoke about exciting event, his face lightened up, words speeded up and his tone of voice was higher. As a professional, you are, match his expression or attend acting class to learn essentials.

  • Connect the question and experience with coordinating conjunction and/as/when.


  • Facilitator: Sit or lie down in a comfortable position. As you feel your hands resting, start to slowly scan your body from head to toe, bringing gentle awareness to each part. Pay attention to your feet, noticing any sensations. Wiggle your toes and feel the aliveness there. Move up through your legs, relaxing your calves and thighs. That’s right. Continue scanning, relaxing. Release any tension in your hips. Slowly and gently, bring attention to your back, your spine. Yoy can notice movement with each and every breath. Notice your abdominal area, your chest and relax your shoulders down. Allow your neck to relax. Allow your jaw to relax, Allow your muscles around your mouth, your cheeks your eye muscles to relax. Notice the change of your breathing, temperature and subjective weight of your body. Now that you’ve scanned your whole body, Check in again with areas calling for attention.

  • Client: “My lower back feels tight, I feel obstruction in my throat, I feel swelling of my legs.”

  • Facilitator: “Your lower back feels tight, You feel obstruction in your throat, You feel swelling of your legs. Now, Allow your body to choose the most immediate and greatest issue and communicate that other issues will be dealt with tomorrow, day after tomorrow, next week, or as it’s most appropriate as you continue to dialogue with your body on daily base.”

  • Client: “I got joyful response to dialogue and my body has chosen obstruction in my throat.”

  • Facilitator: Show me with both of your hands location and size of the obstruction in your throat. Describe sensation quality. For instance the sensation is cloudy, heavy and obstructed. Notice the origin of the voice, itโ€™s direction and the speed.

  • Client: Holding both hands in front of the throat as if holding small ball. “It’s size of the lemon, rasp, heavy and stuck. I am hearing the voice proceeding from down behind and it’s fast.”

  • Facilitator: “The sensation it’s size of the lemon, rasp, heavy and stuck. You’re hearing the voice proceeding from down behind and it’s fast. It’s there anything else about this sensation?”

  • Client: “I got acid taste on my tongue.”

  • Facilitator: “While you are experimenting this sensation you’ve got acid taste on your tongue. And Where is transformation of this obstruction in your throat located in your timeline?”

  • Client: “I know that I’ve got wedding 6 of October and I know that I am free than.”

  • Facilitator: “You know that you’ve got wedding 6 of October and you know that you are free from obstruction at this time. What has had happened between now and then that caused change and facilitated transformation?”

  • Client: “I have had sorted issue in my family, that was long overdue.”

  • Facilitator: “And as you’re thinking about having had sorted issue in your family now, what’s have had happened with obstruction in your throat now and in the future.”

  • Client: “It’s gone! Thanks.”

  • Facilitator: “Try in vain to bring the obstruction in your throat back. Harder. Harder.

  • Client: “I can not.”

  • Facilitator: “Thanks dear client’s throat for establishing a bridge of communication and let be your message heard. Now I will talk to a client: I will offer you a script so you can continue in your own pace to grow relationship with your body, mind and soul. Contact me if you have encountered any issues as I am not interested so much about successes as I am about learning from emerging behavior.”


The variables X and Y are placeholders for the individual’s spoken or nonverbal expressions in these questions.

1. Relax your body

Take a deep breath and relax your body, releasing any tension or stress you may be holding. Fast. Lift your hands up and down 30 times. Relax. Breathe in and out five times. Fast. Lift your hands up and down 30 times. Allow your hands to rest on your stomach or muscles, noticing tingling, vibration or any other sensation. Relax. Breathe in and out five times. Fast. Lift your hands up and down 30 times. Allow your hands to rest on your stomach or muscles, noticing tingling, vibration or any other sensation. Relax. Breathe in and out deeply five times.

2. Which part of your body would you like to talk to?

Show me with both of your hands location and size of the body part. Describe sensation quality. For instance my chest is cloudy, heavy and obstructed. Notice the origin of the voice, itโ€™s direction and the speed.

3. Is there anything else about this part of the body?

Is there anything else about (thought/feeling/sensation)?

4. Timeline location

Where is enhancement, healing or path to it located in your timeline?

5. Elicit metaphor of part

Thatโ€™s part of the body is like what? (this gets you the metaphor that you can then explore)

6. Association/dissociation

See yourself dissociated, associated in different context, doing the activity, you can use previous metaphor. Make 4 or more associated representations in your future each one stronger than the previous one and put the in the loop, spinning in front of you. Spin them faster and faster, till you can step inside of them.

7. Test

Think about your body in the future and have knowing that the solution will come to you when itโ€™s needed.


  • Find a comfortable seat, closing your eyes and taking a few deep belly breaths. With each inhalation, feel your body expanding. With each exhalation, feel your body softening and relaxing.

  • Bring your awareness to your physical form, scanning slowly from head to toe. Notice any tension or discomfort, meeting it with openness and care. Send your breath into tight areas to relax them.

  • Tune into your body’s signals, listening for any whispers arising from within. Your body is speaking to you all the time through sensations, energies, nudges. It has valuable guidance to share with you if you will receive it.

  • Speak inwardly to your body, perhaps placing your hands on the area you wish to address. You might say โ€œDear body, I am listening. How are you feeling today? What do you most need from me?โ€ Wait patiently, allowing your body wisdom to respond without judgment.

  • Your body may reveal emotions ready to be processed and released - sadness, anger, fear or shame. Make space for these feelings, breathing compassion into their energetic roots within your body. Help them flow through you like waves returning to the sea.

  • Past injuries, accidents or illnesses may arise, needing your forgiveness and healing. Send these parts of you love, inviting integration and realignment. Breathe healing oxygen to sites of old pain. Tell your body gently โ€œyou are safe now.โ€

  • Childhood experiences often left energetic imprints within your body that wish to be heard. Listen as your inner child shares its hurts and needs. Comfort and validate this part of you that has waited so long for your attention.

  • Your body may request strengthening care - improved nutrition, more rest, regular movement or massage. Promise your body gently you will meet these needs. Schedule times to provide this nurturance.

  • As you conclude this conversation, express gratitude to your body for being your loyal companion, working tirelessly to support your life and growth. Assure your body you are here, committed to loving attention and mutual understanding.

  • Carry a sense of this connection with you, checking in regularly to continue the dialogue. Your body has profound wisdom within it, awaiting your receptivity. Treasure this relationship - your shared path flourishes in mutual trust and care.

โ” FAQ

Q: I don’t have any response.

A: Please choose uninterrupted space and time, shut down your phones, laptops and other gadgets. Listen - which means pay close attention to any sensations. I have worked with deceased and they are the only ones who don’t get any observable response.

Q. I don’t have clarity that new behavior will play out.

A. As far as I know in this time and space only Hollywood, Bollywood and film studios can produce clear images of the future. When people are thinking about combing their hair, majority of them will have kinesthetic sensation of holding comb in their hand, feeling the sliding sensation of the comb in their hair. Muscle memory is what’s important.


  • I tried talking to my body this morning but all it said was “5 more minutes!”

  • Me: “How are you feeling today body?” My body: “Sore, now stop slouching!”

  • I complimented my body today and it said “Aww, stop it you!”

  • My body told me it was craving kale smoothies. That’s when I realized we need some serious couple’s counseling.

  • I asked my body what it wanted to do today. It said “Let’s stay in our pajamas and watch Netflix.”

  • My body and I got into a big argument today. It insisted the earth is flat and vaccines are dangerous. Somebody needs a time out!

  • I tried to give my body a pep talk in the mirror but it just yawned and looked away. Rude!

  • My body told me to drink more water so I crawled into the bathtub with my laptop. Close enough?

  • I told my body I loved it and it said “You better!”

  • My body texted me: “We need to talk.” Uh oh, what did I do now?

  • I asked my body what it wanted to eat and it just started laughing hysterically. Not cool.

  • Me: “Good morning body, feeling energized today?” My body: “That depends, are we working out or napping?”

  • I told my body I was proud of it and it started bragging about its beach bod. Such an ego on that one!

  • My body called me last night just to chat. It wouldn’t stop complaining about my posture and screen time though.

  • I asked my body if it wanted a massage and it said “Yes please, focus on my wallet.”

  • Tried having a loving talk with my body but it told me “Stop being so weird and just feed me tacos.”

  • My body left me a voicemail saying it was planning a vacation with or without me. How’s that possible?

  • I told my body it was beautiful and it’s head grew three sizes that day.

  • My body and I decided to start couples counseling. Turns out we have a lot of unresolved issues.

  • My body told me it identifies as athletic. Pretty sure that’s false advertising.


  • Your body is like a garden - it needs regular tending, watering and care to bloom fully. Listen for what it needs to thrive.

  • Your body is the temple that houses your inner spirit - keep it clean, serene and well-lit with your attention.

  • Your body is your loyal companion on the journey of life - check in frequently and provide rest when it feels weary.

  • Your body is the instrument you play in this life - tune it through self-care so the melody rings true and clear.

  • Your body is the vehicle carrying you along your path - give it premium fuel and maintenance for a smooth ride.

  • Your body is the messenger bringing you signals about your inner state - decipher its coded language.

  • Your body is your anchor, keeping you present in the moment - feel its weight grounding you here and now.

  • Your body is the alchemist’s flask - what you put into it transforms your state of being.

  • Your body is your faithful guard dog, alerting you when threats arise - thank it for protecting you.

  • Your body is the canary in your inner coal mine - heed its warning signs to avoid danger.

  • Your body is the explorer mapping out new territory - support it as it discovers new frontiers.

  • Your body is the cradle that swaddles your innocence - rock it gently with compassion.

  • Your body is the tree trunk that supports the branches of your creativity - nourish its roots.

  • Your body is the ocean with tides of emotion and sensation - float through with mindfulness.

  • Your body is your dance partner, swaying with you to life’s music - learn how to move as one.

  • Your body is your loyal friend who has always been by your side - treat it with love and gratitude.

  • Your body is the craft that carries you across the sea of life - listen closely to its creaks and groans.

  • Your body is the logbook holding the record of your journey - study its pages for guidance.

  • Your body is the compass pointing you home to yourself - follow its inner wisdom.

  • Your body is the luminous being you inhabit - let its light shine brightly through self-care.


@book Bandler, R. (1982). Reframing: Neuro-linguistic Programming?ยฎ and the Transformation of Meaning. Real People Press, ISBN 0911226249, 9780911226249

@video The Wholeness Work: Introduction with Connirae Andreas


“If you listen to your body when it whispers, you won’t have to hear it scream.”

  • I have practiced with myself and others and after 3000 sessions I can say my overall experience is good. Clients are changing not only behavior they come up with, but as well as structure of meaning of their life which has wide repercussion to their relationship.
  • From personal perspective I do experience change kinesthetically and Talking to your body is one of the processes which starts and follow up with kinesthetic lead.


Talking to your body opens up an insightful dialogue that can lead to greater health, self-understanding, and alignment with your inner wisdom. By taking time to tune into your physical form and listen to its messages, you build an invaluable connection.

Your body has an amazing capacity for inner knowing. It is finely attuned to your emotional state, mental patterns, energetic shifts, and overall wellbeing. Your body is signaling you constantly through sensations, discomforts, changes in energy. Are you listening?

Make the commitment to check in with your body daily. Ask it what it needs and allow intuitive guidance to arise from within. Be open to receiving the wisdom your body is ready to share with you. Respond with compassion through nurturing actions.

Keep exploring this powerful relationship. The more you communicate with your body, the more you will learn its language and grow your trust. You and your body journey through life together. Stay attuned to its needs while also caring for your deepest spiritual essence.

Honor your physical form as the devoted vehicle carrying you along your path. Treat it with utmost love and respect. When challenges arise, meet them with patience and grace. With mindful attention and care, you and your body move as one, stepping into each moment with wisdom, gratitude and peace.

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