Have you ever noticed how many mystics and healers endure periods of profound suffering, sickness and depression? When we are among them it is because we know the height of big bodied ecstasy and the challenging depths of our most intimate human truths.
Among the “gifted and sensitive” our guidance can lead us off road. Unique forms of access set us against current norms. For instance, soul healing is still outside of normal conversation. As long as this is true, those of us who know when our soul needs special support find it difficult to fit in. We take comfort by belonging to the Holy instead.
My path has led me to consider
- Why transformation may be more basic than healing.
- Which of four body wisdom approaches may be needed for health.
- Why resisting my body may be futile.
- Why I probably need to learn to suffer.
- Why community is key to health.
- Why prayer or spiritual solutions may offer exclusive entries into aspects of healing.
Mystic Tech members this month receive the following writings.
- Creativity, Healing and Truth
- Recipes for Healing Movement from Dance: The Sacred Art
- The Blessing is Next to the Wound: interview with Hector Aristizabel
- A description of the Soul Retrieval Practice by Lenore Noorgard
- InterPlay and Healing Curriculum by Anne Sigler and Cynthia Winton-Henry
- The Role of the Embodied Artist as Community Mystic
If you would like to join me on a free call to reflect on “The four paths of health and healing join me on
Friday July 20, 2012 at 3:00 PM PDT on this GoTo Meeting Webinar at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/join/462614302
Or, call in using your telephone.
Dial +1 (267) 507-0005
Access Code: 462-614-302
Remember it takes a couple of minutes to get inside the room. Give yourself time. I’ll be on at 2:50.
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In the meantime. Together in grace,