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“Follow your bliss and the Universe will open doors for you where there were only walls.”
- Joseph Campbell
“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive and then go do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
- Howard Thurman
i have been graced with the capability of bestowing healing hugs.
I have coined the term hugjustments [hug-justments = combination of the words hug and adjustment]
it is challenging for me to describe them, but when pressed, I state that they are a synergy of a hug, massage, and back adjustment/re-alignment that liberates slow moving or stagnant energy in the body. benefits include movement of blood, bone, and breath.
others have described them as :
chiropractic hugs (due to the fact that i more often than not I crack folk’s backs)
having earth mama vibes
some of my favorite comments have been:
that my hug removed ’7 layers of karma’
I feel reborn
that got the energy moving again
I am a new person
and the many ’thank you, I needed that…how did you know?’
just received a lovely story from j.h. that i wish to share :
“I was standing next to you on two different occasions and witnessed you give
a person a hug at each place. Both of those people turned to me (as I
recall this was after you had gone) and said, “Wow! That was one of
the best hugs I’ve ever received.” Prior to that I had never heard
anyone say that about any hug they had received, and it happened
it is great to get feedback about the effect that these hugs have on others.
I have been asked by several people to develop and teach a class on how to give these healing hugs, and I am in the process of developing a free skillshare that I will give out on how to do so.
when questioned I stress empathy, intuition, strength, and practice as major catalysts to this transfer of positive energy. the trust of the receiver is paramount and I often state ‘relax and breathe out, let your weight go…because I got you’
keep a lookout for the travelling healing hugger and be sure to get razzed if you are called to do so when in my physical presence
Filed under: vending | Tags: free, free things to do in san francisco, green festival, healing, hug-justments, november 9th 10th 2013, patches, san fransisco, sf, tie dye, up-cycled, vending
come one come all to Green Festival where I will be vending my re-claimed fabric tie dye in San Francisco on November 9 (10 am to 6 pm) and 10th (11 am to 5 pm) at the San Francisco Concourse Exhibition Center [ 635 8th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 ].
I will also be giving out healing hug-justments ~
You can get into the festival for free as my friend / customer !
To be my exhibitor guest, all you have to do is check in at WILL CALL at the Attendee Box Office and give my company name ‘Alexa Razma’.
They will then give you and yours a pass for the day.
The exhibitor with the most guests also wins $300 !
After I use up the (non-toxic) dyes that I have I am going to move into exclusively natural dyes, and would be grateful to use that money to educate myself around natural dying and acquiring the supplies necessary to do so (sharing all knowledge I have gained with my community through workshops and skillshares). I would also produce up-cycled fabric patches with positive lifestyle messages (be well, enjoy your journey, hydrate…) that I would gift on my wanderings.
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“I want a world where people are respected for the ease and warmth of their melting…rather then the strength of their walls” -
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pilgrimage to the first chakra of the world
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flea fly high
flea fly low
eenie meenie decameenie
big belly oten boten
bo botta toen boten
inky dinky do whoo!
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thank you d.b.
gnarled tree brain
yosemite valley shuttle system map
“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”
— Friedrich Nietzsche”
as I was taking db’s recommended bike ride up skyline, my chain unexpectedly broke under the strain. Two cars and 2 bicyclists separately stopped to ask me if I was ok.
This extending of kindness and compassion lifted my walking spirit but my favorite response had to be the older gentleman driving an electric car, who after asking if I was ok and hearing that my chain was broken stated, “I’d like to help but I’m a stranger” to which I replied with a smile – “Thank you very much for stopping, I am going to walk the rest of the way, I will be fine, thanks!”
As he drove away I laughed deeply at his response and my soul replied “you have helped me, friend”