June 08 – 2007 Questions and comments for this issue: + Do I use Somato emotional release? Hello, If you sent me an email towards the end of May and I didn’t reply, I’m not ignoring you and I am interested, no really. Sorry, . . what were you saying? My email server dropped the… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 24
What follows is a description of my experience of working with energy in Cranio Sacral Therapy. It is intended as an adjunct to any energy work you may already have experience in. My intention is to explore different ways of working with energy that are very effective with Cranio Sacral Treatment. There are many different ways to look at… Continue reading Lesson B2.27.0 – Working with energy.
+ CST and bowed legs? – December 05 Hi John, As always, superb and enjoyable! I feel like an empty sponge, ready to absorb and learn – the only problem seems that one tends to forget most of what one has absorbed, at this stage of ones life! Have you had any success with bowed… Continue reading Cranio sacral therapy and bowed legs?
+ How to handle the, “What did you do to me?” question. – September 05 + Comment from Mij Ferrett, craniosacral therapist and editor of ‘The Fulcrum’, journal of The Craniosacral Therapy Association of the UK. – September 05 Dear John, I have been practicing for two years and am enjoying the work immensely. By… Continue reading ‘What did you do to me?’
<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus [FLOWPLAYER=http://www.open-source-cranio.com/sacral-training/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/intention1.png|http://www.open-source-cranio.com/sacral-training/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Intention1.flv,560,350] In the video above I go through the difference between Attention and Intention and how we use intention in craniosacral therapy. Here are some other aspects of intention to consider. We use intention to help restrictions release. Intention has the potential to sound almost mystical. Particularly when the… Continue reading B1.7.0 – Intention
+ What do I mean by Intention? – December 06 Hello, It turns out imaginary friends are good for kids. Well not bad at any rate. Apparently kids can use them as a practice ground for relationships. “There is an amount of control over a relationship with an imaginary friend that you don’t have with… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 19