When working at its best, your body should operate like a biofeedback system, notifying you when unresolved issues behind the scenes cause deeper, functional problems.

But a feedback system is only useful when you can hear that feedback. So how do you learn to hear your body’s signals?

And just what does that neck pain mean? Why are you gaining a little body fat even though you’re working out and eating well?

Building on our last interview on building a habit of self-awareness, CHEK Faculty member Jator Pierre offers a number of suggestions about how to better hear and understand your body’s signals simply by attending to ordinary, every-day events.