Simple Truths

Often, there is a desire in us to come up with a unique contribution of work to make our mark on the world.  I know that I have had that desire for many years.  Will it assuage the pang of “why am I here or what I am I supposed to be doing with my life?”

Developing “Listening Bodywork” perhaps gives me a unique contribution, but it’s really about the simple truths.  

My professional goals are making someone’s life more comfortable, more informed, more manageable. Here are some examples of the simple truths I hope to address: 

  1. We all want relief from pain.
  2. We all want to be able to have our bodies do what we want them to do.
  3. We all want to be able to walk.  That is primal.  It appears that “driving” is next in line.
  4. We all want to laugh.
  5. Most of us want someone to really listen, “get it,” and be able to help.
  6. It’s nice to know your body well enough to understand its signals.
  7. It’s nice to know what to do when an injury happens, and understand the principles of healing.
  8. It’s nice to know how to prevent a pain or disability from recurring.  

If I can address some of these simple truths, then I think that’s enough.


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