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08 May 2006 @ 07:39 am
This weekend was the Basic Care Intensive for Network Spinal Analysis in San Francisco.  In laymen's terms, it was the seminar where I would first learn some of the stuff I'm planning on doing for the next phase of my life, once graduation hits.

Needless to say, I was a little concerned going into it.  Jen and I have been making plans for months based solely on my ability to do this stuff.  So I was freaking a little.

Anyway, it was long and I didn't really get as much out of it as I might have liked, but I got out of it what I needed to:  the feeling that I can do this.

As with most chiropractic techniques, it's 100% flow chart plus 100% art.  I don't have the flow chart memorized yet, but it's a relatively simple one.  And obviously I don't have the art down yet - but for the first time, I actually felt a gateway, so suddenly I feel confident that I can get the art.

I know what I'm doing.  I can do this.

Suddenly, my future is a lot more real.