“Service rests on the basic premise that the nature of life is sacred… Fundamentally, helping, fixing, and service are ways of seeing life. When you help, you see life as weak. When you fix, you see life as broken. When you serve, you see life as whole. From the perspective of service, we are all connected. All suffering is like my suffering and all joy is like my joy… Service goes beyond expertise. Service is another way of life. Service is a relationship between equals… In helping, we may find a sense of satisfaction; in servicing, we have an experience of gratitude… When we serve, we discover that life is holy… Service is closer to generosity than it is to duty… Over the long run, fixing and helping are draining but service is renewing. When you serve, your work itself will sustain you, renew you, and bless you, often over many years.”


Articles about Rosen Method

Rosen Method International Journal,

Books about Rosen Method

Touching the Body, Reaching the Soul:
How Touch Influences the Nature of Human Beings,
by Sandra Wooten

The Rosen Method, Coming Alive and Staying Alive in the 21st Century
by Marilyn J. Davis

Rosen Method Bodywork,
Accessing the Unconscious through Touch
by Marion Rosen and Sue Brenner

The Rosen Method of Movement
by Marion Rosen and Sue Brenner

Relaxation, Awareness, Resilience
Rosen Method Bodywork, Science and Practice
by Ivy Green

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