Wednesday, 18 June 2008

Genius: there's no other word for it - Part XVI

A "heavy metal classic," as Hugh Cornwell might put it. I don't know if it's the waltz or the harpsichord that I like best. It's brilliant, anyway.

3 comments:

Stephany said...

i like this one too

justana said...

Matt,
I've just seen the comment you left on June 21 on the Rainbow.
You've found it relaxing because it's EMDR in disguise.
It's a double blind test we are making.
You were the first who didn't got the placebo!
We'll be sending you money tomorrow.
:)
Yours truly,
Ana
Stay blessed

Radagast said...

Justana: That's kind - I'd completely forgotten about that. There's a really simple one, where one asks one's client to imagine a grid of nine dots, in three rows of three, in front of them, and then one traces ones finger randomly around these imaginary dots, with the client following with their eyes only. One speeds up a little, changes direction, and so on. It's supposed to be very effective.

Matt