Diary – Psychic’s need for a massuer

Something that no one ever thinks about when it comes to the struggles of being a psychic is the need for body work.

Having a massuer to clean up the scar tissue you’ve developed or to work out an injury, or just to break down that knot that you’ve been developing from the tension of your day job, is vital to anyone’s physical health. And I’m going to tell you that physical health is imperative to sensitives. If you don’t take care of the body that feels everything (and I mean everything), then you can overload your nervous system, creating somatic disorders like fibromyalgia, chronic pain disorders, and ibs, or you can create anxiety or mood disorders.

In other words, I’m constantly preaching about taking care of your body. But what if… what if you require the help from someone else? Like a massuer.

I’m the kind of sensitive that people feel that I am connecting to them, and they hand me their darkness to hold for them. Usually verbally. They will explain something dark (like holding onto hair clippings and ashes from their late husband and stroking them good night before bed) or an internal battle that they can’t seem to manage with everything else. Like going to a therapist, the act of talking to a stranger feel cathartic and like they don’t have to hold it.

BUT that’s not my job when you are supposed to be doing yours! Ok, so I have struggled with finding massuer for three reasons:

1) If they internalize what they work on, I don’t want them. I have the experience and tools to handle the kinds of things that hit my nervous system and consciousness. Someone who does not to pull that stuff out and experience would be traumatic to their system. I’m coming to get my body worked on, not to dump on someone else. That’s irresponsible.

2) They don’t do self care enough. They end up telling me their life story or their darkness, adding to my need to someone in the first place.

3) They just aren’t good? I don’t go for a relaxing massage. When I get body work done, I need them to really beat out the garbage in my body.

So here is the problem. How do you find a body worker that you don’t read when they start touching you?

Oof! Ugh! I don’t know, but when you do, hang on tight. I’ve had two amazing ones over the years. One in Tahoe (yeah, I’d fly to Lake Tahoe just to get my body fixed). And I have one here in Maryland. Unfortunately, my worker in Maryland just left the practice and I have no idea what his last name is to try to find him, again.

Once the pandemic is over, I start the hunt for a body worker all over again. A healthy, non-sensitive body worker.

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Aly Cardinalli

Aly provides a place for belonging while encouraging everyone to find their individuality. Aly artistically educates with integrity through expression, class studies, philanthropy, and mentoring in a structured, safe, and inspiring environment. He is also a performer, having studied voice (opera, pop, and musical theater), dance (jazz, contemporary, Cecchetti ballet, tap, modern, lyrical, ethic studies), and acting (Stanislavski, Meisner). My vision is to help people feel they belong by helping people feel beautiful, wanted, valued, and help them grow and heal, either by performing or by watching performers. In turn, my students, performers, and trainees will be the best performers in the biz. Vocal Coach: Aly was trained in Opera, Pop, and Musical Theater, voice production and speech, breathing technique, and music theory. Aly was trained at Long Island University, the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, and under Marla Waterman, Mary Feeney, Rick Hip-Florres, Chris Neher, Angela Echard, Nancy Sacklad, Rod Hearn, Cathy Hearn, Darren Cohen, Thomas Morrisey, Jay Dias, Robin Clark, David Caldwell, and Casey Colgan. Director/Choreographer: Aly was a classically trained dancer who went musical theater, and after being wheel-chair bound from poor stretching technique and over-training, transformed his teaching to combine elements of Active Isolated Stretching, preventative stretch, Kinesiology, and stress retraction. Founder/Director of Visions Conservatory of Dance & Theater. Artistic Director for Tony ‘N Tina’s Hawaiian Wedding. Director/Choreographer: CATS, Ruthless! the Musical, Spirit of the Iao. Choreographer: CHICAGO, King & I, Sound of Music, Paquita, and many others. Co-Founder for the Sierra Ballet Theatre Co. Department Head for the Musical Theatre Program at the Academy of Dance Arts. Resident Choreographer for Maui OnStage. Master Choreographer in Cecchetti Ballet, Jazz, East-coast Tap, West-coast Tap, African, Modern, Lyrical, hip-hop, Fosse, Contemporary, and Contortion. Founder of Student Dance Organization of LIU, CW Post. Conservatory Degree in Integrated Theatre Arts from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. School Director and Administrative Director for the Studio Maui. Guest Choreographer for Maui Academy of Performing Arts, Alexander Academy of Performing Arts, Maui Prep Academy, Kihei Dance Academy, Theater Theater Maui, and Seabury Hall. Aly has also staged and re-choreographed "Thriller" for various companies throughout the country. Aly is a professional psychic medium and modern witch who grew up in Hawai’i and Nevada. He is a practitioner in Benedicaria, well versed in witchcraft, folk magic, Voodoo, Orisha, Stregheria, and world cultural occult studies. He holds certifications in mediumship, psychic training, magic, and the occult. Aly is still an accomplished performer, which is required by his beliefs for passing on history and culture so we connect to each other and the human condition. He uses his psychic abilities as a performing arts instructor to better his students’ education, and has finally decided to teach in the field of the supernatural. 15 years ago, Aly was the victim of a homicide attempt, which stripped the barrier between him and the spirit world, and Aly has communicated with those beyond ever since. He is a blogger for the new site http://www.benedicarias.com and is currently teaching at Zinzeudo Infinite Wellness. Aly lives in the Central Maryland Area.

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