The following articles provide two interesting takes on embodiment.
The first, an article by Judith Williams in The Guardian explores the ways that the embodiment of a dancer is of particular importance, how the presence of the body speaks for itself, how language often falls short of the body's communicative presence. Taking inspiration from this article, notice the ways that your physical body and other physical bodies express themselves this week. You don't have to be a dancer to experience or witness the powerful communicative presence of embodiment.
The second, a transcript of an interview between yoga teacher Matthew Sanford and Krista Tippet from On Being shares valuable wisdom of the grace of embodiment in a body that has been badly wounded. When you read this interview, consider the ways that you have or might experience the mysterious grace and power of your embodiment as it changes, experiences injury and ages.