Planting Seeds

Tiny Kale

I’m new to vegetable gardening. This is my third year.  I celebrated Earth Day by planting seeds – wild kale, radishes, lettuce greens.

One thing I’ve learned in my short tenure as a gardener is that I must be patient. The seeds come up in their own time. There are so many factors influencing the appearance of those tiny green plants. Temperature, sunlight, moisture, genetics all play their part.

It’s the same with Energy Healing…or even bodywork. The body needs time to assimilate the new information and to shift.

I find that sometimes, clients expect miracles. They have tried traditional allopathic medicine and when the pain meds and surgery didn’t help, they turn to alternative therapies expecting them to work immediately.

The therapy always works – but just like planting seeds, it often takes time. And I may not ever see the results. They may move on and I won’t hear of the changes until one day a new client calls because their friend told them how much better they felt. And I don’t need to be there or even know…

 Cathy
©CathyUlrich and LargeSelf, 2012

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