I was “hooked up” to one of Dr. Ho’s devices for muscle relief. I accepted an invite to Raj Grover’s home for dinner, and how splendid it was! He had everything that could kill a monk (sarcasm here). On the menu were wraps with choices of dips, pizzas of Italiano quality, hummus garnished with mouth-exploding herbs, my favorite—asparagus cut with Indian masala—and for a beverage, a fine lemonade with stevia to replace nasty sugar.
But now the hook-up! And the muscle relief to follow that lovely killer of a meal. By the way, my doctor, known professionally as Dr. Pandith, sat next to me at the dinner table, and also indulged at my side. We watched each other’s quantity intake.
Dr. Ho must be doing well, at Christmas time, with sales of his equipment. He convinced Raj to get this device with pads and wires for feet, leg, and back muscles. But I must admit, jolts of joy were applied when Raj pressed the button to trigger the various levels of intensity.
Before Raj applied this to my various areas of a walker’s challenge—such as knees and the right shoulder blade—I looked at the apparatus and caught a glimpse into the past (a flash-back) of Alice Cooper being set on the electric chair for a zap. The recall was just momentary.
The end result of being hooked up was good. I became more relaxed than before, and came out of it better off than Alice Cooper. Truly, Dr. Ho’s device looks less foreboding.
I would just like to end with a “Merry Krishnas” and a “Hare New Year!”
May the Source be with you!