Thought of the Day

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Would you try it?

The most unusual massages on spa menus are, well, not for the faint of heart. You have probably heard of the Snake Massage or the Piranha Pedicure?!? No pain, no gain, I guess!  This isn't your grandmas spa menu!

 
 


The snails are placed on your face and left to glide around your face, leaving behind their slime, which can recover damaged skin.
 

At the Four Season, no less, you can get spanked with cacti!  Don't worry.  They say they dismember the pokey plants of their thorns before they heat them in warm water.  Then they cut them in half and use the gooey interior, like aloe vera gel, to soothe your skin.  (Sign me up!)
 
 
 

 
Gua Sha!!!!  Ouch!!!   I know a therapist in Jackson that does this, so if you are so inclined send me an e-mail and I will get you in touch with her.  I've been Rolfed and had other "bruising", although very therapeutic techniques, but I am seriously afraid of this.  Others say it is totally worth it, but, um, I don't think so!
A spoon, coin, or similar object is used to scrape problem areas to relieve pain and tightness.  Ugggh!
 
 

 
Savin' the best for last.  This is crazy, unless you like Russian Roulette or Psycho-killer Dismemberment.   Huff Post reports that this is an "ancient Chinese practice".  Are ya' sure it isn't Japanese, like a sushi chef! (laughing out LOUD)  The pounding, aka - petrissage, relieves stress and improves blood flow.  No kidding!!!  The image in my head is of a LOT of blood flowing from my amputated limb.  I think my "device of choice" is a couple of bamboo rods, or heck, why not just some good old fashioned karate chops with your blunt hands.
 


Monday, May 19, 2014

A little effort put forth each and every day will go far to accomplish making the changes in yourself that will lead to a change in your world.  Set your goals, set your reminders, and get to work.  It only takes a moment every day to be better. 

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

A great REBLOG...

Life sometimes is just NOT fair.  As you will read when you click on this link, "It just is."  The photograph alone is worth clicking on the link below, but the single paragraph VERY simply says all that you can say in that situation. 

http://www.humansofnewyork.com/post/85246559281/my-husband-got-a-rare-brain-tumor-called-acoustic

Monday, May 12, 2014

How will you ever find the right person if you do not know yourself?  Spending time alone will force you to be in tune with yourself.  That must be the first step to never being lonely.  You can find yourself.  Then and only then, will you be able to open your true soul to the world and find "the one", whether it is a person, a job, a home, or the life you always imagined.