I'm working through "The Artist's Way" and in it Julia Cameron says, "the reward for attention is always healing."
Ray also said that if we see someone as broken we can never help them.
The most powerful practices tend to be the simplest.
A recent visit to her Social Work and the Arts course reminded me of the importance of process over product, that "being told is the opposite of finding out," community work is messy, and the energy it takes to sustain is different from the energy it takes to create.
She inspired me to continuing studying the fascia as well as patterns of the body and mind and to remember that "life is motion."