Posted by Ellygant
I hadn’t heard of this specifically so I read up on it when I opened your thread. It’s very interesting. Very similar to a few Buddhists practices and modern therapy models.
Have you heard of Dr Emoto’s research with water crystals? This sounds in that same vein.
While I can’t speak specifically to this method, I’ve done a lot of trauma healing, thought pattern and family rewiring work. And a hell of a lot of shadow work.
My .02¢ being, the deeper you get and the more success you have, be prepared to have episodes which viscerally test how authentic your changes are. Shadow work is exceptionally painful in that it is not the elimination of our darker traits that heals us, but the integration and acceptance of them.
Personally I’ve been deepening my mediation practice, veering off into working with Akashic records. The eclipses dragged up some annoying things for me. But I got to meet and learn from one of my favorite teachers who suddenly hosted a workshop in my city. It’s made an enormous difference in a matter of days. I’ve been going through a very painful problem this last 3/4 days, that if I hadn’t experienced that class and all the powerful things from it, I’d be losing my butter and having a mental meltdown right now. Instead I’m exceptionally content and handling loss with a real sense of happiness.
Posted by brianafayPosted by _DazedPosted by heliumfiasco
The WORST tippers I ever had were uppity white folks who thought you were below them!
Old people from rural areas especially because they don’t/or never got out much and don’t know what the standard is
My great grandma used to just throw a couple dollars on the table...we’d have to go behind her and add more 😂she wasn’t meaning to be rude...it’s just she didn’t know. Plus she was a poor farmer during the depression - that was a lot of money to her I guess. 🤷🏼♀️click to expand
Posted by bumboklattPosted by heliumfiasco
Were these people in a serving/gratuity position? I will say that in those fields there is a stereotype that blacks, foreigners and young people do not tip well. I am NOT saying this is true. Just that the prejudice is very prominent. I worked as both a bartender and server in college. Even my black coworkers would be like "WTF, I dont want that table, I'm gonna make 10% "......
I am NOT advocating this behavior or suggesting that it's even an accurate stereotype.... just that people in gratuity positions do not want to treetrunk with people they feel wont tip appropriately. And, yes it's a very close minded view to believe an entire group of people are bad tippers.
Our labor laws regarding how restaurant owners can pay their employees below minimum wage is what fuels this issue.
In my experience the best tippers were always the unassuming individuals, to be honest.
Hahaha thats racist AFclick to expand
Posted by Sunsetvirgo
Gemini moon can and always get this pus-
No seriously though, they give me the freedom I want. And honestly they give off the same crackhead energy I do when I need it most 🥺 I love them