Know Your Self by Gaylene Aitken

‘Reality is the constant use of illusion.’ Kahuna Abraham Kawai’i

What a statement! To me it means everything I see, hear, smell, touch is real in a very personal way. We experience life through our bodily senses and interpret the impressions in the colours and textures of our early family life, culture and religion or spiritual guidance.

This is a statement of freedom, we don’t have ‘rights to freedom’, we are freedom.

Coming to terms with this way of being can be a growth process affecting a shift in perspective of one’s position and effect of life on this planet Earth, to rethink life and death.

From the first moment of life, we’ve been moving towards its final moment. Acknowledging this from the broad perspective of eternity, fear of one’s mortality is transformed into simple energy that can stimulate one into creative action. 

We create our reality which we’re able to change if we believe we have the power to do so.

It’s not enough to say this and believe it in an emotional or intellectual manner, it needs to be embodied, put into motion.

Understanding that our movement patterns developed alongside our mind gives us the answer to the question ‘how?’.

Developing the art of listening, feeling and moving originally is the pathway to awareness of what one has and how functional and comfortable it is. Until we know that, we’re just ticking boxes and repeating patterns that are no longer serviceable and sustainable.

In comes down to not what we do but how we do it.

Changing the way we make every day gestures creates change on all levels, not least of all our mind and the belief we are powerless.

Our thoughts become our actions, so when you create your own illusion and put it into motion you accept responsibility for the effects of your actions upon your life.

Here is freedom, even when one is physically restricted from moving freely, freedom lies in managing what we have and finally how we manage our final voyage on this beautiful planet Earth, with fear and resistance or dignity and awareness of this divine event.

Be the creator of your reality because you can and live your life, not someone else’s.

Gaylyn Aitken

Kahuna Mist began operations in 1996 as The Body Care Centre and changed it's name to Kahuna Mist in 2001. Owner and founder Gaylyn Aitken was trained by Kahu Abraham from 1997 until his passing in 2004 and continues with his work of evolutionary transformation through movement.

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