Your Chakras Are Busted, Man.


October 26, 2011 by sandwichcontrol

Hello. I did not want to get up this morning. But I got up anyway. Now I’m typing.

Yesterday I went to Steph the Sage and got a massage. It was most excellent. If you guys need a massage, I know a lady. She also did some ancient Japanese hoodoo (Reiki) on me. It involves the laying on of hands to channel energy into a person. Something about correcting auras and chakras. I didn’t really believe too much about it until I felt electricity surging through my insides. Spooky. After it was all said and done though, I felt pretty awesome. She did tell me that my root chakra, the one that keeps me grounded to the Earth, was relatively non-existent these days. Tell me something I don’t know, sister. Long and short of it, if you need your chakras worked on, or if you just need a massage, call me and I’ll connect you two.

After getting my spiritual enema, I went back to the studio and made some plates. And the first of my newest forms, a koi-shaped soup tureen. This morning I’m going to the studio to trim forms and then it is off to the letterpress shop for the remainder of the day. Lots of people need to print stuff and set type.

Last night I decided to fold the clothes that have sitting in laundry baskets for like a month in the living room. As soon as I started folding them, Kingston lied down on top of the freshly folded garments. He must have thought I made a little bed just for him. As my revenge, I started stacking clothes on him. He really doesn’t care about anything.

Yeah. That about sums it up. Okay, well I’ve got to go get ready. It’s going to be a long day. After the letterpress shop, I’ve got double tutoring and then I’ve got to proof my article. Wish me luck. More soon. ~SC


  1. Dave says:

    Luck! Also anything developed by Japanese Buddhists is OK by me.

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