This morning I finally began reading the posts I’ve been receiving from The Scholar Sage: Online Daoist Magazine, which is put out by Damo Mitchell, the British teacher/writer who has figured in my blog quite a few times, and by others in his orbit in the UK.
I was either too busy or too tired when the first post arrived, so I marked it with a red flag and thought “later.” When the second one came, I didn’t want to read it until I’d read its predecessor, and while at that point I might have had time/energy to read one, I couldn’t manage two. And so it went, as one became two and two became ten over the course of six weeks.
But this morning, when I finally tackled the lot, I was pleased that I did, and I wanted to spread the word.
Several of the posts are video clips, including one 6-minute post on do-it-yourself foot massage which focuses on key acupuncture points, featuring Shiatsu therapist Donna Pinker (http://www.scholarsage.com/foot-massage-acupressure-points/). I’ll be revisiting it tonight; foot massage seems like a nice right-before-hitting-the-pillow practice, and Donna has a wonderfully calming voice.
Among the written posts, my favorites were: Continue reading