Guest post by Judah Lyons
One is the path of the Shaman, and the other is that of the mechanic. Both are rewarding and effective, but the biodynamic model will change who you are and how you walk on this planet.
I know, because I practiced the mechanical approach for 10 years, followed by the biodynamic approach for the last 13. Of all the disciplines I have studied, including my start at the Rolf Institute in 1989, the biodynamic model of craniosacral therapy has been the most transformative and magical gift.
Quantum physicists tell us that we are actually a liquid crystalline matrix vibrating with light held in place by gravity! Trauma is held in that field, and that is where we work.
When you begin to immerse yourself in this ancient art form (some trace it back to the ancient Egyptian and Persian mystery schools), everything begins to shift. It’s like when you walk in the fields laden with morning dew and before long before your clothing is soaked. Your perception of healing and reality shifts the longer you practice. You begin to play in that field Rumi spoke of when he said, “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass the world is too full to talk about.”
Once you begin to play with this modality of bodywork and perceive the healing unfold in a miraculous, way you realize it is not you who is doing the healing, but rather the Witnessing Presence. And you are forever humbled.
Oftentimes in life when we feel a need for a change, a portal presents itself along the journey, a tugging at your sleeve by the Divine to change your direction. It has happened on a few occasions in my life, and I have always chosen to walk through that portal. Each time has profoundly changed my life in a beautiful way.
Join Judah’s retreat from April 22-29, 2017 to learn how to ride the tides of the cranial wave, and by doing so usher you into a healing journey with one of the most profound and effective healing tools available,