Core Synchronism and Beyond

Blog #3 in the Therapeutic Development series. This blog will be dedicated to explaining the practice of Core Synchronism. The website for Core Synchronism gives this simple definition, “ Core Synchronism is a system of hand medicine designed to assist nature in establishing harmony with all parts of the organism. It is not pathology specific. It is a mechanical system designed to restore balance, which results in activating an individual’s self-healing ability.” But what does ….read on; illumination awaits….

Change is a Happenin’

Blog #1 in the Therapeutic Development Series. There’s a change happening in my practice. It started when I noticed that I wanted to learn how to therapeutically touch clients. My being started telling me that some people need touch to heal; that some people need talk and touch. At the same time, I was getting body work that catalyzed my ability to heal. It was about 6 months into receiving my first Core Synchronism session ….read on; illumination awaits….

Body as a Vehicle For Spirit part two

What does the statement “our body encapsulates our spirit” mean? When I think about this, I think about what spirit means to me and how this spirit is in my body. Spirit, to me, is the animating life force. The me that lights up my body; the me that feels the energy running up my spine when I write beautiful poetry or am embraced by my lover. The electricity that pumps from my heart outward ….read on; illumination awaits….

The Body’s Role in Empowerment

What is the body’s role in empowerment? I think to answer that question, we first have to define what empowerment is. Empower is a verb and from Merriam Webster’s dictionary, the definition is “to give official authority or legal power to or to promote the self-actualization of or influence of.” Given that definition, women’s empowerment is when we give power or authority to women or to ourselves and therefore our bodies. I remember the first ….read on; illumination awaits….

The Body is a Vehicle for Spirit

It is my belief that the body is the vehicle for our spirit. Some of you may think, what does that even mean? What is our spirit? Spirit can be defined as indestructible energy, awareness or life force. The body encapsulates this energy. This idea became evident to me during a time in my life that I began to uncover childhood traumas and was seeking out professionals beyond mainstream therapy and medicine. I had an ….read on; illumination awaits….