Gosh, somehow this memory suddenly sprang to mind. A question from a friend quite a while ago: “Do you always that the more challenging, winding route? Ouch. Oh, well, sometimes that is what friends are for. Sometimes.
I am not sure how right my friend was. Nor am I certain that it was the kindest way to point out that matter to me. But the question did ring some bells.
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) seminars are always amazing, to say the least. It is a reminder how powerful being present, and being a neutral listener or witness is. It is a reminder of how wonderful, beautiful, and magical our body is. It is a reminder how much we can learn about ourselves and about life from our body and our relationship to other people.
During this particular seminar, it has been a strong reminder of (among others) what I am and what I love. Continue reading
That word, “sin”. Not sure what or how it means to you. For some, it might be one of the no-no words. It is a word of the past. We have no use or relation to that word anymore now. We have gone beyond that word.
Yet the word is there. I had lost my relations with the word for some time. Then it returned to me, offering a new taste. My current indicative meaning to the word is “when you don’t do what you (know you) can.” I think it deserves a line, a paragraph of its own.
Sin: When you don’t do what you can.