About the Glenn J. Morris Method
Dr. Glenn J. Morris was a trained behavioral psychologist, a university professor of communications and rhetoric, a Fortune 100 leadership and management consultant, and a lifelong martial artist who experienced deep, rapid personal transformation, energetic phenomena, and spiritual realization using traditional Japanese Zazen and Chinese Internal Alchemy Practices supplementing his Martial Arts training in the summer of 1985.
He then sought to empirically study, replicate, and streamline his principles and techniques for people of a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, personalities, and experiences, simultaneously making the techniques safer, smoother, and more grounded, eliminating the need for culture-specific symbols and dogma, and instead substituting metaphors and physiological principles, while arriving at the same sublime and practical results.
Used synergistically, some of Glenn’s principles and techniques comprise his Hoshin Jutaijutsu, Hoshin Tao Chi Kung, Meditation Mastery, and Improved Kundalini Awakening Process practices – but Dr. Morris also taught specific presentations of his techniques to individuals and groups, ranging from executives and middle management at Fortune 100 companies, doctors and lawyers, college students, martial artists, military, first responders, pastors, healers and therapists, disaster refugees, the homeless, and state inmates.
The Glenn J. Morris method creates change following the principles of neuroplasticity and endocrine plasticity, shifting internal perceptions, external behaviors, sensory experiences, emotional well being, charisma, connection, leadership, group cohesiveness, and more…
Everything in the Glenn J Morris Method starts with basic principles and flows into simple techniques that then layer and flow into each other:
breath, movement, awareness, emotion, sensation, imagination, contextualization, embodiment, creative expression, and communication, all in a playfully loose structure that fits easily into the flow of life.
Each basic has immediately perceptible benefits, and when you layer the basics together, the benefits magnify exponentially.
The Method is taught in modules, each of which builds off of and adds to the previous one.
The modules can be taught for general use, as well as adapted to particular niched professional or personal contexts.