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I am blessed to know you both. You make my world a better place. Thank you for sharing this with me and with the world. Thoughtful of you to also mention the Feldenkrais Method in your article.
I am so grateful to be a part of your incredible journey.
Thank you for sharing this. I have a little note in my shop that says, “Surrender to being a beginner.” To me this means learn it as many times as it takes, re-learn it as many times as it takes, re-learn relationship (with your self and others) as many times as it takes, to get it , to get it right.
Molly clearly gets it: her strength, a willingness to learn from herself, and apply. Yup. Apply, we all need to apply, heart. So strong, so, so strong.
There really are not words to say the feelings I experienced while watching yours and Molly’s film: awe, respect, hope, sadness, joy, elevation, and so much respect for the two of you. My goodness Jeramy, you really discovered of what you are made of and it is so beautiful. I love you both and I thank you for walking the path with authenticity and light.
Namaste brother and sister,
–Kristina, writing from Estonia
I’m very happy to see you guys do what you’re doing—on the simplest level I’ve known 2 or 3 people who’ve had this sort of injury and you’re the reference for healing. In general, your approach to healing/living is having an expansive effect on medical awareness, which is a wide-angle healing.
We are very inspired by you and your story. We came across your YouTube video several months ago regarding how you recovered bladder function.
–Chana Tova Goldsmith
Cal Poly Projects with the Independent Living Center
Thank you so much for your support. In the next two weeks we will begin interviewing San Luis Obispo residents with disabilities to assess where our team can be of the most assistance to them. We are very excited to begin projects but realize that we are quite inexperienced in this field. After our brainstorming process around a specific problem, we would really appreciate your opinions/critique of our possible solutions.
I’ll keep you posted on our progress, and thank you so much for sharing your expertise.
–Garrett Schwanke & SustainSLO
I totally agree with you that a “Can Do” spirit and staying in tune with your body are essential. We can’t improve unless we believe we can! Any advice you will share with me will be greatly appreciated.”
I keep thinking about you and revitalized myself by your “walk.” Do you remember—you were the first person to give me encouragement when I was afraid I couldn’t do what Vladimir wanted me to do. And you said I could because you saw with fierceness in my eyes. Well, I’ll live up to what you saw then so I may be able to join you and walk those yards with you. Thank you, dear mentor.
Hello Molly! You are such an inspiration to me!! I have Multiple Sclerosis. I just wanted to say thank you for your service to the community, your awe-inspiring determination and also your inspiration that helps Megan, other therapists and other mobility challenged persons.
Your great and profound work has made an impact on others in Miami! You are doing great!!! Keep it up!
–Justin Newman, Medical Director at the Banyan Institutes: Spa-integrated holistic healthcare
Just want to thank you so much for your time yesterday at Avenidas. You give so much—and you truly impact us with valuable lessons about courage, determination and commitment—what is really important. Peter and I especially love and admire you both.
–Judith Taksa Webb, M.A.
Coordinator of Education and Recreation, Avenidas
I just watched your very inspiring documentary; it has given me a lot to think about with my treatment approaches as a physical therapist. Thank you for very much your time.
Laurie Bramlett, PT
Quentin Mease Hospital, Houston, TX
There really are not words to say the feelings I experienced while watching yours and Molly’s film….awe, respect, hope, sadness, joy, elevation, and so much respect for the two of you. My goodness Jeramy you really discovered of what you are made and it is so beautiful. I love you both and I thank you for walking the path with authenticity and light.
I’m writing to ask permission to use your story and your photo as part of an Internet application we are creating to raise awareness about paralysis and raise money for the Reeve Foundation.
Rob Gerth, Director, Online Communications
Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation (ChristopherReeve.org)
On behalf of the Aging Services Collaborative’s CONNECT Team, we’d like to again thank you for an amazing AWEsome Film Festival. We really couldn’t have done it without both of you, your honesty, and your fabulous energy!
–Amy L. Aken, MPH