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I'm at a different place than I give myself credit for.  Aside from bodywork there's also the actual nuts and bolts of what a new prophecy could look like, and what that means for the future of alternative medicine.  Before you ask what makes a healing modality truly alternative, we'll have to look at the human spirit, and how its condition affects the health and vitality of the body that it inhabits. This isn't to say that we'll be ignoring the advice of Western medicine, in fact, it means that the alternative medicine practitioner will be well-versed with the integration of body-mind medicine, and this includes the use of their awakened, and extrasensory, perceptions.  A highly tuned brow, when combined with anatomical knowledge, works wonders with the right clients, and always includes the affirmation of the human spirit with their on-going evaluations. Alternative Medicine The condition of the human spirit remains intangible and the quality of its percept...
Healing the Feminine I was quietly reminded after last week's post, or maybe it's been going on two weeks now, of how unfortunate it is that romance is sometimes inferred from my writing.  I don't necessarily intend it that way, although I do see this person's point in making the case for how bodywork and spirituality will often inform a person's sexuality, and the roles that may be demanding it. For those of you that don't know, and for many of you that have made the assumption, a majority of my work involves healing the feminine, first within oneself, and secondly with another.  This isn't to say that I'm a feminine person, rather, it's only to recognize the intricate balance that our masculine and feminine energies have with one another, the importance of understanding how they inform a person's inner landscape, and how that often contrasts with their own external realities. Not long ago I was in attendance with a well-known bodywork p...
Stay-At-Home Order Yes, it's been too long since I've written an update on here.  With the influx of Coronavirus and with how the last few weeks have taken shape, I've been on hold with getting an update ready.  With all the downtime over the last few days, I've found myself in the middle of rewrites for the backstory of this blog, and really looking forward to having a final copy for everyone to enjoy.  I know most of you don't go through this blog page by page, but getting closer to palatable copy is something that I've looked forward for a long time. I know most of you don't know my backstory simply because I've only shared bits and pieces of it throughout the years.  The downside to allowing the audience to draw their own conclusion is that a lot of assumptions and personal judgments were being made about who I am, and how I got here.  Those assumptions change when I verbalize the challenges that many of us went through while serving in Riyadh,...
King Herod and John the Baptist John and I have been talking, and we do that from time to time, and mostly in the ether, but we have been talking about how best to progress this story line and we've come upon King Herod.  Herod, as you know, is responsible for John's death in the New Testament as taken from the written text that's found beginning in Mark 6:14, and for those of you wondering, the only edition of the bible that I reference is the King James Version, and for obvious reasons.  True, I know that a lot of you will have your preferences and your debates and, in all likelihood, a very reasonable explanation of why you prefer one edition over the other.  For our purposes, and in my writing, I only reference King James.  Let's see what Mark has to say regarding John's death, and how we've found ourselves at this point in time: Mark 6:14 - 29 King James Version 14 And king Herod heard of him; (for his name was spread abroad:) and he said, That John...