Another few weeks have gone by and I am so amazed by the incredible people I am blessed to work with for Lomi Lomi. Someone ready to tap into a new part of themselves, see themselves in a different way, and experience something new and profound about the world around them.
I recently had a client tell me what happened for them after a session that reminded me of how that happened to me too!!! Super cool.
It came down to not being able to distinguish the boundaries of their body/skin with the room around them, including the music, the air, the warmth of the heat. And a bit of a revelation that they weren't as solid as they thought they were. That they really were energy! (A bit disorienting, but ultimately okay with some deep process work.)
I know, "WTF??" right? Well, this can actually happen. This infinite feeling of being at one with everything: the air, the sounds, humanity, the universe.
When this happened to me, I remember just feeling so free. No boundaries at all. Experiencing this crazy conscious connection with everything. Trees, food, rocks, rain... Even with my clothes when I put them back on.
Perhaps daily meditation, plant ceremony, and drug use as a teenager prepared me for this experience as it just felt right and didn't freak me out.
I didn't feel my ego or personality fighting for its place in life right then. I was just being!
What a divine encounter within and without. To just be without ego and persona. Just me. Being with authentic self, and in alignment with everything else.
There's a time to share, and this is it! Mahalo to this beautiful soul for reminding me of this experience on my journey. Inspiring me to continue on and be present for others, and point them to the right person for extra assistance if needed.
Blessings to everyone.
Sat Nam. Lisa Kai
Lisa Kai is a licensed bodywork therapist in Chicago Illinois. She specializes in transformational bodywork including Lomi Lomi and Craniosacral. This blog contains her insights on bodywork and everyday tips for practicing Aloha for the body, mind, and spirit. Lisa also practices Aloha, is a nature loving tiki freak, digs jazz, double dips her veggies, is an artist, and embraces change