<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus The purpose of including meditation in your cranio sacral training is to help you become familiar with your inner state or landscape. In that way you can begin to differentiate between what you are receiving from the person you are treating and what is just you. Think of it like this. You are… Continue reading B1.2.0 – Meditation.
February 13 -2009 Questions and comments for this issue: + Questions about meditation and why we need it. + Letter from Finland. Hello, I’m happy to report that the folks at the University of Michigan are continuing their pioneering tradition. You might remember that they were involved in a lot of the early work John… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 38
+ Chronic Fatigue – looking for the meaning of symptoms. – Nov 06 ***QUESTION*** Hi John, I have a question for your newsletter: Chronic Fatigue. Do you have any pointers for what to check or work on with patients with this syndrome? Best regards, Eva Kuhl Bornefelt Central Coast Australia MY COMMENTS: That’s a great question as… Continue reading Chronic Fatigue – looking for the meaning of symptoms.
+ Meditation and cranio sacral therapy. – October 05 Hi John You might not remember me. I did the first level of the cranio training with you back in 1999. I was wondering if you could help me out. I belong to a cranio study group down here in melbourne and we were discussing ways… Continue reading Meditation and cranio sacral therapy.