Altar within a Massage Clinic.
As you may already know, part of my training was done in Thailand at Pichest Boonthumme Thai Massage School.
That’s where I learn about Altar within a Massage Clinic
Pichest, as already mentioned in a previous blog post, is a unique way of teaching.
In fact, he doesn’t only share the massage knowledge.
He included in his teaching a methodology of life.
Included in this methodology there is the dedication to prayer and meditation.
Even though I haven’t included the prayer yet in my experience, I did include the meditation.
In order to do so, in order to build a stronger attitude toward those practices, at Melbourne Thai Treatment clinic there is a little altar the clinic.
On the altar, based on the teaching of Pichest, I do expose my offer and memory to the Buddha, to Mamma and Papa’, and to the Teacher.
In addition, I did decide to place objects or pictures that recall for me a special time, a memory o a person that someone, shared with me some teaching.
Furthermore, just below the altar, there are the products that I sell as the Incenses.
But you know what’s the funny thing about the altar present at the Home Clinic here in Blair St?
Well, it was already there. I didn’t have to install it.
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True fact is that, when we came for the house inspection, we right away address that room as the clinic, due to the presence of the wooden altar.
A few days after we did move in, I did find out the truth about our neighbour that someone else, before us, already was running a massage studio in the same room. What a coincidence, right?!
In conclusion, I am working on my way to improving my practice, and not as a massage therapist only, by taking the Myotherapy course, but also by improving my meditation practice and my prayer practice.
I can’t define myself as a religious person, but even though I believe in trust and faith.
Thanks again for reading my blog,