Words that Touch by Nick Pole

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Nick Pole

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When you invite the bodymind into the conversation with Clean Language, painful and frustrating symptoms can rapidly turn into signposts on the path towards the kind of life a person really wants to be living.

In researching my book, Words That Touch, I found the neurological explanation for Lao Tzu's great riddle: the Tao that can be spoken of is not the “constant/eternal/real” Tao because speech traps us in the left brain hemisphere's abstract world of names, concepts and categories, as one remove from reality. It's only through the right hemisphere and its wordless but deeply embodied way of knowing, that we can ever get a sense of what the unspoken Tao is really all about.

This is how I love to work, integrating gentle and respectful questioning with the meridian-based bodywork of shiatsu. I invite the two sides of the brain to have a better relationship with each other, and our patients to have better relationships with themselves.

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