For the purpose of correctly ‘messaging the brain’ and also for the purpose of discharging unwanted and deep, dense, contracted, obstructive, and persistent muscular and neural energy, apply an extended and full maximum capacity exhalation or Rachakha while committing an incrementally and ever-increasing stronger and more focused compression or stretch into the bodily threshold or marmic region.
Attendee: Mukti, how do we proceed in a session with absolute certainty?
Mukti: Honestly I’m unable to claim that I have ever achieved absolute certainty while exchanging techniques with a recipient. I wish there was absolute certainty to bless every session. In reality, better to proceed with conscientious caution and love. Treating a person and applying methods with an air of absolute certainty feels like foolishness.
One of the most important and quintessential applications in Traditional Thai Bodywork is known as ‘Opening a Wind-Gate’.
Sensational Healing Mandalas of Awesome Potency
Positively affecting both body and mind, there are many Wind-Gates or Loms which serve as power stations and refueling posts.........
However, there are secrets to accessing this highly desirable and therapeutically valuable ‘stillness’.
I call it ‘internalizing our awareness’ and it’s an amazingly effective process for transcending the limiting and frustrating influences of the ego.
The ego, or in yoga medicine’s vernacular ‘the ahamkara’ is a ceiling and unnecessary confinement.
The ego’s nature also imposes its relentless desire to claim full credit for all the great accomplishments and benefits of the treatment.
Are You Getting Out of the Way?
To achieve the highly cherished and ideal session and to accomplish for the recipient the treatment’s ultimate and sublime experience, a practitioner must mentally ’Get out of the way’.
The USA had over 100,000 hip replacement surgeries last year. This Assist is affectionately referred to as Chopsticks. Otherwise known more professionally as Bi-Medial Adductor Release, the practitioner comfortably ￼‘wedges’ the feet between the receiver’s adductor muscles. With the therapeutic...