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Short Inspirational Pieces
"A ship sails and I stand watching till she fades on the horizon and someone at my side says, 'She is gone.' Gone where? Gone from my sight, that is all…." more
In the Service of Life by Rachel Naomi Remen
"If helping is an experience of strength, fixing is an experience of mastery and expertise. Service, on the other hand, is an experience of mystery, surrender, and awe...." more
This gives me lots of reason to hope, and describes what I aspire to in my practice. A wonderful piece by an amazing practitioner, author of Kitchen Table Wisdom and My Grandfather's Blessing.
The Sky and the Clouds by Sogyal Rinpoche from The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying
"Our true nature could be compared to the sky, and the confusion of ordinary mind to clouds. Some days the sky is completely obscured by clouds. When we are down on the ground, looking up, it is very difficult to believe there is anything else but clouds. Yet we only have to fly in a plane to discover up above a limitless expanse of clear blue sky…." more
Transformation by Edmund W. Sinnott from The Biology of the Spirit
"Many events in the life histories of animals have excited [our] wonder through the centuries…but none, perhaps, has so stirred our imagination as has the amazing way in which a humble, crawling, earth-bound caterpillar…becomes transformed into a moth…." more
Articles About Services I Offer
A Look Inside the Craniosacral System and How CST Works by John Upledger, DO, OMM
A basic explanation of cranial-sacral therapy by a pioneer in the field.
Craniosacral Biodinamics by Franklyn Sills
A brief explanation of the foundations of a biodynamic cranial-sacral approach.
Polyvagal Theory: What Is It & Why Should We Care? by Lori A. Parker.
Porgess’s own work can be very dense and technical. If you would like more extensive- and user-friendly information about polyvagal theory and practice you can order this short book.