Close encounters in Oregon
There may be an opportunity to spend some quality time with "the Foot Whisperer" (Randy Eady) in the NW 1st week of June. Have any of you heard of the 'NULL CHAKRA" ? here is an excerpt from Randy:
My attention on the feet (Null Chakra)
The energy center often left out, but is just as important as those seven is the foot chakra (or null chakra as it can be related to the conformity of the conception of the present chakra numbering system). As most people experience in a foot whisper session, in a physical sense, the foot chakra is actually a split energy center, with each half resting in the ball of each foot.
The foot chakra is a vital center in that it is here that Divine energy returns back to Source. It is the last point at which the energy is a part of you. Traditional thinking places the root chakra as this grounding point; however, that reasoning is not entirely complete. The root chakra's function is more than just a grounding center. It actually functions as an energy transformation point where divine energy gets attenuated so that it can pass into the Earth. While the root chakra does the actual conversion, it does not do the actual passing of the energy. As a result, "crystal resonation at the feet" is both a practical and useful way to perceive energy movement in the chakra system at the actual base chakra.
(This subtlety is also why many assume that no other energy centers exist below the root chakra.)
imho this information corroborates Janice Walton-Hadlocks work with the original Parkinsons Recovery Project. Randy does not exclude people on medication tho and I have already vastly benefited from his work - discovered that just taking off my shoes and going barefoot hiking relieved paroxymal dystonia and foot drag not to mention so much more energy to hike on the hillside. I've been using the take-fumi bamboo piece on my feet alot lately and wonder if that set me up for the hiking breakthrough.
if you are interested in a 1-2 day optional workshop (intimate setting for a focused learning and therapeutic experience) you can pm me!
~ Brooke Wright
Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors....
Nature loves courage.