Eutychus Enterprises
"His life is in him!" -- St. Paul of young Eutychus, after his perilous fall¬†​ (Story in Acts chapter 20)
Governing Dynamics...
  1. Dynamic Thinking...
    Dynamic Thinking...
    This "tornado watch" storm cloud -- moving over our retreat house, and photographed from about 10 miles away -- is a powerful illustration of the creative process through which healing work often emerges -- sometimes it includes destruction, to make room for something new.... (Summer 2015, Knox County, Ohio)
  2. ...Dynamic Learning...
    ...Dynamic Learning...
    This signpost lists distances from its spot to locations all over the world. I love the fact that wisdom and insight come to us along many pathways, and I am grateful for the opportunity to travel to many beautiful places and share this work with many delightful communities! (I-70 Diner, Flagler, Colorado)
  3. ...Dynamic Healing!
    ...Dynamic Healing!
    This is one of my favorite beaches -- and certainly my most-oft-visited one! The lake is so big, it has its own tides and waves, yet on a clear enough day, it's possible to see across it to the city of Chicago on the other side. I love the tangible sense: the lake is both a broad expanse of water and a "container" for it at the same time.... (Summer 2015, Kemil Road Beach, Lake Michigan, Indiana)
  4. Static & Dynamic Healing
    Static & Dynamic Healing
    Static Healing describes most of what we think of as "traditional" medicine in America. Doctors, dentists -- even chiropractors -- approach healing by assessing the patient's condition, planning and implementing interventions, and then reassessing. This process continues until the desired goal is reached. Dynamic Healing recognizes that the client's system has been wisely created with built-in knowledge of its own needs and great ability to meet them, and that, in many cases, simply facilitating this process is less invasive and more effective than a Static Healing approach in the long run.
  5. The Old & The New...
    The Old & The New...
    Some idea pairs to help us grasp the difference between Static & Dynamic Healing approaches: result ~~~ process assessment ~~~ possibility measurement ~~~ holding space program ~~~ movement steps ~~~ flow activity ~~~ stillness "puzzle pieces" ~~~ center
  6. A Balance of Approaches...
    A Balance of Approaches...
    Obviously, there are many situations in which there is no "long run" -- high fevers, rapid bleeding, severe or acute injury, etc. In these situations, we can use the wisdom of Static Healing to maintain life long enough (or restore health sufficiently) to allow the system to regain equilibrium to a point that it can benefit further from a Dynamic Healing approach.