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Yesterday was one of those days in practice that was a stranger to silence. The day was filled with babies and laughter and crying and pain and joy an sorrow. People just seemed to be going a bit DEEPER on my table, deeper in to their journey of healing, processing and letting go. I felt tired. I felt REALLY connected. I did NOT feel joy. I felt like I wanted to be on the table, getting loved on, being responsible to nobody, no BODY, but my own.
Even though I only practice for two hours at a time (more to come on this), I felt like the one hundred and twenty minutes was a few thousand. The practice of not having enough to give forces one to seek comfort in breath, prayer, and an unabridged knowing that the lack of being InJOY will shift. It always does. No one can be in a state of JOY 24/7, and some how on some days, I feel that my practice chooses my solace. On minute 121 of yesterdays break InJOY, i had the two most beautiful 8 year old twins come to see me for an adjustment. They were the last two people to be served for the day. They overwhelmed me with joy, movement, creative thought, inquisition and humor. They reflected the lost InJOY experience back to me, they found my JOY in the ten minutes I had with them, and somehow magically pulled it to the surface for just long enough for me to serve them. Even when I think of the experience, though I am already in a state of joy, it heightens.
That is what I want to create for the people I serve. A break in the disconnect, so that a true knowing can move in and become the new goal.
My name is Dr. Jodi Dinnerman and I have been a practitioner of Living lnJOY for as long as I can remember. I do believe it is a practice, as there are many distractions, illusions, misunderstandings and misguided interpretations that can easily keep us from being in a state of JOY.