The Aloha Principle by Gaylene Aitken

Kahuna Romi Bodywork is a beautiful thing when the performer is aligned and balanced in form and divinity.

The body manifests our mind. How well you know yourself as a human being and as infinite awareness recycling through multitudes of dimensions, expressions of God’s love light, will be made manifest in one’s actions.

Love, peace, and happiness comes not from the horizon, but from within us, spreading out beyond the horizon. We perform ourselves every moment of our life.

Bodywork is a platform to extend one’s senses to the innermost depths of one’s body and mind, to the light within the within the within, the infinite spark of source light.

This for me is what Romi is all about. It is love expressed as electrically charged rhythmic pulsating waves of light emanating from within the performer encompassing another, reminding them who they are, pinpoints of the one light, made powerful by the creative genius of God within.

Aloha is to acknowledge the divinity within all life forms, the knowingness that all are conscious, nothing is unconscious, whether a rock, grain of sand, planet, galaxies, grass, living beings, all are consciousness and all are one.

The aloha spirit is the effect of the creative God mind, it is who we are as creations of source.

We inspire and multiply the aloha principle when our actions are in harmony with source, then God works with us, not for us.

Love is creative. When one is in communion with the God mind, love is multiplied firstly in ideas and thinking then manifested through motion into matter. We become our thoughts.

The pre-Christian nature-based cultures of the Pacific Islands possessed divine knowledge that is vital to our present human survival and ascension. From the principle of aloha comes Ho’oponopono, the non-judgemental acknowledgement of our human frailties and subsequent resetting to our natural state as infinite expressions of source.

Wealth was counted in how much one could give away, as what is given is given back and then re-given. A model of the perfect balance of nature, cycles recycling, magnifying, and multiplying aloha, life reflecting back to us what we reflect into it, so be aware of your thoughts, they are the templates of your life experience.

Consciously estimate the true value of prayer, meditation and communion with God, trust in love and you will become that which you desire.

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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