A meditative massage with focus on presence and sensitivity – an invitation for the body, emotions and thoughts to let go and surrender into deep relaxation.
How did the rose
ever open its heart
and give to this world
all its beauty?
It felt the encouragement of light
against its being,
we all remain
When we let go of the idea that «I don´t want to feel this», «it should have been different», «I should have been different», «I need to change» – and instead open our eyes, our hearts and our arms for everything (including ourselves and our own feelings) As It Is –
Then life has so much to show us and teach us. So much peace, love, gratitude, joy – so many treasures are available – just waiting for us to open.
The swedish poet Karin Boye wrote; «Ja visst gör det ont när knoppar brister» («of course it hurts when buds burst»).
To stand vulnerable and open for that – to allow whatever comes – without knowing, without any guarantee – takes courage. It takes trust.
This session is an invitation to say YES to life, even when it is fucking painful. A support to open up for your own breaking, your own bursting into colors –
Have you ever seen a small child looking in the mirror, thrilled by its own beauty, aliveness and expression?
That moment it realizes; «Wow! Is that ME?!».
When you walk in nature, do you ever see a tree and think that the tree should have been different – it should have been younger, it should have been taller, or the trunk should have been less crooked?
Or have you ever seen a flower comparing itself with another flower – «I should have been blue, not red», «I wish I was more like that flower over there, she is more beautiful than me» or «I am better than him»?
What happened with us human beings – when we grew up and learned to compare ourselves, when we learned the ideas that there exists a «better» and a «worse», a «higher» and a «lower», a «more beautiful» and a «less beautiful»?
What happened when we learned to believe we are separated from nature and from the whole?
This session is a support to embrace yourself as a natural being. An invitation for self-love, self-acceptance and for resting deep into yourself and the oneness with nature.