When we talk about alignment, we should ask what we are aligning ourselves with? Are we talking about an external shape? An internal sensation? A principle, or value?
Alignment is a dynamic state of shifting relationships in our body. If we let go of the idea that it is a fixed set of rules, we can find different ways to orient within our experience. Then we can explore questions about how embodying our anatomy and developmental process can support communication and relationship as foundations for alignment, and for change.