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MARCH | APRIL 2015

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technique ENERGY WORK Bodywork and the Business of Miracles By Cyndi Dale I believe in miracles. I think we all do. Fortunately—or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it—because you're a healer, your clients instinctively consider you to be in the miracle business, whether or not you desire to be. Miracles are a slippery slope. Our clients want one. We want one for them. Because of this, it's extraordinarily important to be clear about the topic. What are miracles, and how can we enable them? Can we create miracles, or is that outside the scope of our practice? Is there a way to better enable the miraculous? The most sensible way for me to answer these questions is from an energetic perspective, a viewpoint that interconnects the worlds of physicality and spirituality. This is the position from which we can stretch to the stars but also keep our feet fi rmly on the ground. The most common defi nition of a miracle is an event that can't be explained by natural forces. The resulting supernatural splendor draws attention to the event. 1 These types of miracles get most of the press, as they generate fi reworks in our minds, sunshine at night, and cover the dark with light. As an energy healer, I've witnessed miracles in my practice. I've observed a client's spine straighten 2 inches in as many days, a tumor disintegrate before my eyes, and a stillborn baby breathe after being declared dead. 100 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k m a r c h / a p r i l 2 0 1 5

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