Me vs mine

It may be special for Janine or maybe just happened to be initiated by yesterday’s talk.

Any bodywork requires understanding that the bodies are not “me” – “you” ( client&bodyworker) but mine&yours – they interact for healing in the same way that a machine tool and a future part interact.

And at the same time “you and I” work on this machine together, and this work is very difficult for all its apparent simplicity – touch and move with your hands and lie still, – after all, “you and I” are dancing at the same time.

Me = I am.

Mine = flesh, clay, meat&bones…