Monthly Archives: December 2011

Back Spasms — The Inside Story

TweetShareBack spasms catch us unawares           so to speak. But here’s the odd thing:  when a back spasm happens, it’s most often been coming for a long time. The Back Story of Most Back Pain Back during a period of … Continue reading

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Esoteric Somatics and Tibetan Buddhism

TweetShareIn Tibetan Buddhism, the human being is regarded to have three interfitting “bodies”, which correspond to the waking state (“Nirmanakaya” or dense/”gross” physical flesh/genetic body), the dreaming or imagining state (“Sambhogakaya” or “subtle” body), and deep sleep (“Dharmakaya” or “causal/most … Continue reading

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Somatic Education | Intrinsic Action, Extrinsic Action and “The Controlling Moment”

TweetSharea deeper view of somatic education “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” So wrote Benjamin Franklin in Poor Richard’s Almanac. Failing that, another saying carries the point:  “The biggest problem could have been solved when it … Continue reading

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“The Controlling Moment”

TweetShareGrowth and Change are a Mystery to Most People. This piece clarifies.  “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” So wrote Benjamin Franklin in Poor Richard’s Almanac. Failing that, another saying carries the point:  “The biggest problem … Continue reading

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