Experience? or my experience...?
Updated: Apr 26
מאת: עדי לבנדיקר
So, when I googled: ”quotes with the word experience”, I found this description: Experience is defined as the process of getting knowledge or skill from doing, seeing, or feeling things.
Doesn’t get more accurate than that! Here are some of my favorites:
- “Every new experience brings its own maturity and a greater clarity of vision.” Indira Gandhi
- “The only source of knowledge is experience.” Albert Einstein
- “Experience is the teacher of all things.” Julius Caesar
Experience? My experience? Society, family and couples experience? These days world experience?
Everything makes me think of this time as a big new way to relate to this word differently now.
As an osteopath, my whole world is based on my experience with the body, with mysterious and scientific ways that the body talks and tell us what's wrong. From my learning and practicing osteopathic medicine I've connected with the body and helped my patients understand where's the primary reason of the pain or problem and different ways to deal and heal it.
These days my profession is "on hold"; without touching the body I'm not able to treat or help my patients, experience is now part of a waiting list...
Meanwhile, creating experience through learning, studying, reading and listening, is challenging and fun, and as I said before: waiting is still part of the experience.
When we come back as practitioners to our treatments and patients, we'll be more experienced than yesterday, we'll make patience our discipline and consciousness a way of treating.
As Paulo Coelho said: “ Be brave. Take risks. Nothing can substitute experience”;
Let's take advantage of this new way, new life, new beginning, ..
See you soon!
פיזיוטרפיסטית ואוסטאופתית, בעלת ניסיון של כ15 שנים בתחום הספורט והאורטופדיה. מטפלת גם בדיקור יבש ובקינסיאולוגיה יישומית. תושבת חוזרת בישראל מקוסטה ריקה.