Saturday, February 13, 2016

FAQ Friday (on Saturday)

FAQ Friday! (posted on Saturday.. haha)

Faith asks, "What are some ways to respond to movements that look stiff and jerky and involuntary that take up a lot of time? They are hard to interrupt and I"ld like to understand them more."

Kaegan's Response:
I am familiar with involuntary movements and I am thinking that he does not mean to do them. It is respectful to interrupt and even necessary so that he is not stuck. I think that he needs your help to stop the movements that are not his will and he is not able to stop them himself. I think RPM is the best way to get purposeful. At least it has been for me. I am interested in meeting Jaedon and I hope to soon.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

The First Lesson
by: Kaegan Smith

The first time I think I ever realized that I was not crazy was during my first RPM lesson and that is where my story begins.

I was finally aware that my life had meaning and that someone was going to help me and that I could communicate and make something out of myself instead of living life inside a body that did whatever it chose without my permission. It was the most exciting day of my life, and I am grateful yet angry about my body that won't cooperate.

I won't give up, though, and I will gain control over my body yet. In the words of Winston Churchill, "Never give up."

All of my life has been to praise God and bring glory to Him and I give all credit to Him and praise Him with my life.