Blog post written by Bart Whittington from EnGedi Massage.
Bart and I traded work in December 2011 to discover eachothers approaches to healing.
Here is his experience of mine:
Bart’s heart by Robert McCreight
“Sometimes when I’m out at the lake walking or jogging I have moments of inspiration, and one day while running a thought came into my mind, “The Heart Speaks in Picture and Metaphor.” Sometimes my creative muse has to sneak a thought in while I’m not paying attention, I think because I’m hard-headed. God, I love this muse, but she is fickle. She never sends inspiration when I desperately want it, she simply drops an acorn in my soul when the fallow ground of my heart is freshly tilled. Sometimes, if my heart is hard, she just takes a really sharp trowel, makes a deep cut, and shoves that acorn deep into my stubborn, calloused heart. Soon the acorn germinates, takes root, grows into a sapling as my mind and imagination water it, and as my old thoughts die and decay, they fertilize this little sapling until it grows into a mighty oak tree of a new way of thinking.
Jung and Freud understood the human psyche speaks in symbols in one’s dream life, but are these same types of symbols readily available to us when our eyes are wide awake? I think the answer is yes, so let me explain:
Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting Guillaume Vincent of www.soulembody.com for some Acupuncture on my right shoulder. We had previously met socially at an event where I was a member of a guest panel discussing Sacred Intimate work in our area. Later we met to discuss my approach to bodywork and his holistic approach to wellness and bodywork; through the conversation we decided to trade services so we could both experience first-hand each other’s approach.