‘I should have …’
‘I should never have …’
‘I really wish I had …’
‘I wish I hadn’t …’
We can all get so lost in trying to change the past. We know it’s impossible, yet regret hooks us, keeps us hooked and causes no end of pain. I speak from tortuous experience — for many years, my first thought as I woke up each morning was ‘if only ...’
But what are these thoughts that churn our minds, taking us back into the past and telling us how we should have been so much better/smarter/nicer than we were…
Problems. We meet our friends or find someone online so that we can talk about them. We think about them as we go to bed at night and terrorise ourselves with them in the small hours. And we wish the people in our lives would stop talking about theirs and talk about ours instead.
See my first essay in this series The ‘Sen’ — the Meridians of Thai Massage.
As is the case for the nature and map of the Sen, there is plenty of variation on whether the Sen are similar to the lines used in other modalities or whether they should be regarded as their own, complete system.
Whoever is familiar with the Meridians in Chinese acupuncture or with the system of the Prana Nadis in Yoga will find lots of similarities. All the chakras, the main energy centres in the yoga tradition are covered. I’m personally very much convinced that all…
Why does Thai Massage feel so good? What does it do? And what’s going on in your body during and after a massage to produce such deep rest and relaxation?
I’ve been studying and practicing Thai Massage since 2016. I know it works — I experience its amazing effects everyday and see them in clients. …
Pursued freedom all my life — tried money, art, travel and career — found it through the Sedona Method®. Now I love to help others Let Go of limitations.