There’s been a dissonance that I’ve felt over the past few years, and it’s about what I ‘should’ be doing w/ uThrones and what I ‘could’ have been doing w/ uThrones over that time. How many clips, how many lessons, how many tips could I have shared or published?! A lot. Why haven’t I shared more? I feel selfish. Why? Did I expect the world to beg me? Did I think that I was bearing some unseen responsibility on my back — b/c I was. Whatever the psycho-analytic rationale may have been, it had to be this way, but Culture can’t stop this.
My shoulders & back, and especially my neck show how race & class & immorality & debt can be internalized & made visible. They show how a desire to appear ‘cool’ can became cervical-vertebrae compression. How curiosity & comfort can ruin posture & cause our throats to drop. How our hands become carpal-tunnels & how the arches of our feet became fallen. Vanity & sports & intense studying & the celebration of ‘gangsterism’ all contributed to this perfect storm of genetics & coping methods that made this mess-of=a-body so teachable. Teachable for the wrong reasons – what not to do & how not to breathe. However, it must be said that if it wasn’t for all of the shames & regrets of the past, & vain self-destruction, the uThrones concept would never have been conceived b/c I would never have experienced the pain so intensely, and thus the need to re-train as seriously as possible. It may not be how my ‘vanity’ wanted life to be, but this is how I can atone for my sins and help people heal from their own vanities & insecurities & injuries.
The uThrones have been transformative for me. I train my body differently, I teach others to train their bodies differently, and I think about life differently. The uThrones took me back to ground-zero, where I should’ve begun. Starting over w/ a perfect breath helped me realize that I needed this new approach my entire life, and I think the modern world guarantees that we all need to go back to where we all began in order to go where we want to go.
The uThrones are special for that reason. People need to feel the uThrones in their hands, and feel their bodies shift when they usethe uThrones, but I need to take a new approach when I talk to people about them. How do I get as many people to try them as possible? Well, people have to have a uThrone to try a uThrone & thus, understand their potential value. That said, I need to get as many people interested enough to try them as possible. that they don’t have to buy them for 30 days. It’s not a 30-day refund policy, but a 30 day trial. The uThrones trainee gets a chance to experiment, exercise, and explore the potential of the uThrones for 30 days and then the question of, “how many do we buy?” becomes preeminent, mission accomplished. Irrespective of their choice, the Society & the Culture win in some small way b/c the idea has been spread & a few more people spent a few more minutes in perfect alignment, perfectly counter-balancing the hectic-high-stress world of today. In a world where kids must spend hours hunched over their phones & study & work at computers, the importance of the uThrones grows every day. Every nanosecond of time that can be spent aligning is a moment well-spent. I’m not sure what the Return on Investment would be, but if the most important thing in ur life is feeling alive then uThrones have a high one.
Maybe this new approaches will work…