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Making "Grounding" More Concrete

publication date: Mar 31, 2017
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by Joel Ronningen. RMT

The following are some ideas for you to explore, practice, and play with that come from my experience using Taoist principles in my practice as a John Barnes MFR therapist. The confluence between these two paths has been exceptionally fruitful, and I hope you will glean benefit from what I have learned from the ensuing integration.

 

"Grounded, not grounded”

   Not being grounded can contribute to poor body mechanics, leading to using too much physical effort and working too hard. When we are grounded, with our weight sinking easily through our body and into the ground, our work becomes easier, lighter, and more able to listen and follow the cues from our clients. 



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