The Divine Virtue of Motion by Gaylene Aitken

I was just listening to a powerful song about Jesus, yearning and reaching out for that which is greater than us to save us. I felt my heart expand and soften. I feel this is one of the aspects that make us human. Reaching out or in to connect to some primal awareness that we are a small but vital part of something greater.

It got me thinking about deities; Jesus, Mohammed, Buddha, all gods and goddesses and how they inspire humans to invoke trust and courage.

The name doesn’t matter, it’s a sacred label we place upon the feeling of family, connection, universality.  

We call out to the divine within us in our heartfelt prayers. You yourself are the one that answers that cry. We are gods and goddesses in the most elementary and fluid form. How we live is our creation. Here lies our power.

When we develop and expand awareness of self, we can better sense the wake of our physical presence. In this heightened awareness we can adjust ourselves within motion to exert the least amount of effort for the greatest amount of force.

I feel the more present we are in our body and all its parts, the closer we are to our eternal essence.

I use movement to develop awareness, focusing on what we can do instead of what we can’t. This is the first and primary lesson that rolls out the gradual but consistent map to greater range of movement on all levels.

We fear what we don’t know, we fear ourselves then fear becomes the dominant energy in one’s life. We close the door to our inner life, it’s there whether we acknowledge it or not, so better to know yourself and benefit from a divine relationship with self: family, connection, universality, then prayers are answered.

We were born with everything we need to live a healthy resilient life. Our prayers to the divine engenders trust for this to be true and self evident.

The sense of family, of being a part of something greater brings greatness to our life. We no longer fear the unknown and can courageously expand our space of existence.

Call out to the divine, move towards it and you will be answered, but remember, you are the one that manifests your prayers. You embody divinity.

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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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