After having a powerful healing experience from cancer at the Casa de Dom Inácio, a spiritual healing centre in Abadiânia, central Brazil last year, I decided to bring a Crystal light bed to Southwest Physical Therapy in Brooklyn, it is one of the healing modalities they use down there. I knew that this, in combination with Myofascial Release, would accelerate your transformation and get you back on the road to a lighter and more enjoyable life. I realized to bring it here, I would have to build a sound proof room so that you could have a more profound and personal experience. The Crystal light bed effortlessly balances and helps us along the path to self-realization to discover our inner self. After a session you feel energized and grounded with clarity of thought and a greater ability to focus.
It was the dead of winter 2013, two days before New Year’s Eve. Carlo and his crew were bringing in the extra thick 5/8 inch sheet rock, rolls of insulation, plaster, 2×4’s, saws, screw guns and ladders. They began to build the sound proof Crystal bed light room first. The walls were extended straight up 10 1/2 feet all the way to the ceiling and filled with insulation. The room also expanded out into the waiting area another four feet and was finished off with a solid door.
The first Myofascial Release room near the windows also grew an additional 4 feet towards the Crystal bed room and was also finished off with a door, completing two private and quiet rooms.
It was so fun and exciting watching Carlo and his men do their magic as the energy in the clinic seemed to animate us all and help us along with the final design. It was like watching an HGTV show live in your own home.
In the meantime the Crystal bed was hung up in Customs. On two separate occasions we attempted to explain to them exactly what it was…this went on for weeks. Finally I had let go of it and jokingly said to Aracelli, “I bet that Crystal bed is waiting for its room to be built!”
The construction was supposed to be completed in 3 days but it went 3 days more. It was 5:30 PM on a stormy cold Friday night as the workers left the newly renovated and transformed Southwest Physical Therapy clinic.
Aracelli and I begun to sweep and mop the place up for the next day. Two hours later there was a knock on the door and a cold delivery man said, “FedEx, will you accept a delivery?”