Posts Tagged ‘Trust’
Let’s Dash to Unify Opposing Camps.
I’ve read that there are 10 kinds of people in this world. Those who understand binary numbers and those who don’t. I remember the moment I made a commitment to align myself with one group as opposed -and be opposed-to another. I was in college. This was back in the late 1960s. I’d been cutting…Read More
Hmm…Toning in Canine Massage.
When I was very young while visiting my grandfather, I learned a valuable lesson. I recall being in a sunlit porch with him and a couple of his buddies. One of the men clasped his hands against my ears and faux-whispered a secret to the others that I was not supposed to hear. I heard…Read More
Dog Massage Clients: One and Done’s and Dogs That Require Several Sessions
Many of the dogs I massage are “1 and done” clients. They get one massage. They are happy. They make the course corrections they need. And, I may not see them again for several years. I’ve learned to accept and trust the process. Not all bodywork can be completed in 1 or 2 sessions. Many…Read More
Firing Neurons, Scottie I caught a flicker of a candle flame. It appeared during a recent meditation. The reflection was the shadow of a tiny flare that flashed way back behind my eyes. Oh look: shiny! I thought about the focus and intentionality needed to light a candle. A single match, touched correctly to the…Read More