So today I did my Promoting and as usual most people said ‘No.’ to me. It crossed my mind today to get some sort of sign to hang from my neck to make it more obvious that I’m advertising something.
As a side note: in case you didn’t know I’m a Segregationist. Being a 35 year old man, having grown up in Toronto and dealt with the ‘social experiment’ of being a male under female authoritarians: I know it doesn’t work. Even if you try to befriend these women, it will only end up in them falsely accusing you of sexual harassment (because they are so weak they don’t know what they themselves are actually feeling and thinking and/or their Viewpoint of men is so sexual in the first place that most -if not all – behaviour from men they sexualize in their heads and interpret it as sexual).
These women were filled with Anti-Male Sentiment that poisoned my interactions with them and made working under them intolerable. This Sentiment was probably brought on, engendered, by the Toronto Star and them having read that putrid, despicable newspaper for years prior.
On to something else…When I was in Massage Therapy School our Professors were mostly these OVERPAID, CUNTY &&&BITCHES&&&.
At the top of the list was probably ‘This Fat Lesbian’. She prided herself on having a history of providing massage for men dying of AIDS. Like – I guess I can understand that massage could be effective for someone in that situation, if they are in pain. I am skeptical of whether or not they would be in pain because of all the accounts of people faking illnesses or lying that they are in pain when really they aren’t (and they are simply trying to get attention).
I learned that palliative care massage is not my thing. If I had anything to do with someone who was dying, I’d like to be as useful as possible (if I was there professionally). I think the most useful thing you could do for a person in that situation would be to Channel and help them Prepare for the Aferlife. Cognizance is a very useful thing. Maybe secondarily do some Energy Healing on them…
I see massage as a very physical thing: like mostly effective for athletes. Athletes get injured and massage is great for sports injuries. Athletes need to be flexible and massage is good for that too. I’m not ‘into’ Sports. I never have been. I remember when I was in Grade 3, I preferred and chose to read a book rather than go and play soccer. Even though I could get a Massage Therapy License, I don’t see much ‘use’ of it for me because networking with Sports people wouldn’t ‘mesh’ with me.