A reaction, any reaction to a treatment is a good thing. Mostly, reactions are pleasant, you feel more relaxed, calm, more together, refreshed, re-energised, looser, to name a few "positive" feedbacks. These are all very lovely.
I always ask my clients for feedback after a treatment, I am trying to gauge the level of reaction in the body, whether something has shifted or changed. The worst kind of feedback to "how do you feel?" is alright, good, fine, that was nice. These don't indicate anything to me apart from a profound disconnection between the client and their emotional or physical self; they haven't actually registered how they are feeling. This is something to look in its own right, it is very common to be so "in your head" that you forget "how" to feel, particularly emotionally when we are used to "keeping a lid on it".
If there is no change in the way a client feels post-treatment, it means one of two things:
- There has been no change in their inner environment; mental, emotional or physical, which is highly unlikely, or
- There is a blockage within their system.
Both of these indicate stagnation, and in my experience normally emotional in origin.