I was raised not to cry in public.  When I came to Rosen Method, I attended a memorial, and I held my head straight, shoulders back, and tightened the muscles in my neck and jaw, and I didn’t cry.

The next day I couldn’t turn my head.  It just happened I had a Rosen session scheduled, and I pointed out I couldn’t turn my head.  What do you suppose happened when I got on the table? I cried and cried. Tears are lubrication.  They oil our fears and separation. They say, “We are the ocean. We’re one!”

All One!


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