What to do?

“If you don’t know, it’s not time.”

I heard Donald Epstein say this at a Network Chiropractic Transformational Gate in the 90’s. However, I believe he may have been quoting Ashleigh Brilliant.

In any case, it makes sense.

I mean, what would you do if a man you had not seen in 32 years, who could recount the specific details of the first and last times he ever saw you, and who had been looking for you all that time, suddenly showed up in your email inviting you to visit him?

Well, of course, I visited him.

Hmm. Liked him, with some reservations.

He is in a searching place, spiritually and emotionally. He’s looking for things I’ve found and things I often share with others both personally and professionally.

He’s my age, has 2 children, lives 1200 miles away and his hair is short.

I’ve used all of those as firm dealbreakers. But I like him, one child is about to turn 18, the other is 13 and lives with his mother. He’s willing to move and grow at least a ponytail worth of hair.

He’s taking pretty well to my lifestyle and spirituality, and it is all very new to him.


He’s a Priest Sage and there’s a ton of Romantic Mythology going on – the built up fantasies of 35 years. He was a very late bloomer. His success is professional. Mine is personal.

We can talk for hours. I wonder how long that will last?

It’s very romantic. The story would make a great movie.

But in real life I can’t tie up the plot neatly in a short period of time.

I’ll try to stay in touch about it.



“It’s gonna take time, a whole lot of precious time.

 It’s gonna take patience and time,

 To do it, to do it, to do it right, child.”

                                 – George Harrison



2 Responses to “What to do?”

  1. Brain Says:

    Hello Stacy,

    Are you still doing network care? Any other groups you recomend?


  2. Stacy Clark Says:

    No, I dropped Network Care about 3 years ago. I still think it is good stuff and it is more available than Flow is. Dr. Lance Wright in Plano, TX has started teaching! His web site is http://www.flowwith.com

    I’m actually not doing Flow right now, either, but Egoscue. http://www.egoscue.com

    I did Network and Flow for a combined 14 years, 2-3 times a week most weeks. It did me a world of good.

    Egoscue is something I can do for myself. There are exercises online and in books. There are Egoscue teachers all over the place who can help you select the right exercises for the ways your body needs alignment. Or you can send photos on the web and they’ll help you online.



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