“Um…” I stumbled a bit.
Julieta’s eyes sparkle with warmth, unlike other blue eyes I have seen which pierce like ice. I continued to answer, “Probably the same thing would happen. I’d come in for my adjustment…”
She said, “Lie down,” as she began my network chiropractic session and continued, “It’s about empowering your body to heal itself. Try to sit with the pain before you heat or ice. Try to see what happens if you skip the medicine. Sit with it.” Julieta briefly explained to me that taking medicine can be like removing the batteries from a smoke alarm to stop the noise, but fire may still burn.
Strong food for thought about self-healing and riding the wave.
Why did Julieta’s voice come to me a couple of nights ago when I needed to find calm? Why do I feel like I am in a light bubble on her table?
Julieta confirmed, “Jane, your body is healing itself, your spine is releasing old habits and patterns.” This physical transition might explain why I felt so tender yesterday and how I could feel better today.
As my astrolger Lydia told me about my 26th year, I am facing many goodbyes. Though I originally feared I may lose friends and family, it turns out I am shedding old pain, regrets, and long-held beliefs which only serve to get in my way. This year, without even consciously trying, through the practice of yoga, releasing my expectations and doubts-I’ve cultivated emotional balance and gratitude.
I encourage you all to find teachers, people, and healing arts practitioners who inspire you and make you feel good. True healers are gurus who exude good vibrations and karmas.
I have always wanted a guru but I have never sought one out. Each day I meet many teachers.
I sense I am getting closer to something or someone… Tears filled my eyes during the adjustment and I felt like I was home.