We hear many references to “Mindfulness” in today’s world. Mindfulness is cited as a tool to help us navigate this journey we call Life. Mindfulness is living in the moment. We can pay conscious attention to each experience of life, even if we cannot understand all of them.
One of my favorite sayings is: “Life is a mystery to be lived, not a problem to be solved.” When I asked Google who was the author of this quote, I could not find a confirmed source. I found references to Einstein, Ghandi, modern philosophers, etc. My encounter with this phrase hangs on my husband’s office wall and is written on a picture of the dean of his engineering school. When you contrast the absolute laws of physics with the unknown “whys” of nature and human existence, you can only explain life as Mystery. Mindfulness can take us into the observation of what it feels like in each of these human encounters. The observations we perceive are filtered through our conscious and unconscious data in our brains. Our conscious perceptions are easy to identify and change or embrace as we see fit. Our subconscious beliefs and experiences can be impacted beyond our brain’s conscious assessments through music, movement, meditation, and mindfulness.
Everything in life is energy. Energy has a vibration and resultant frequency. These patterns guide and influence every aspect of our lives. Even solid things are mostly space. This space occurs between the elemental atoms and molecules that make up our bodies, our physical environment, and beyond. We can influence these frequencies through music, our thoughts, movement, our breath, and in so many other ways.
I have created an inspired process to influence the subconscious patterns and beliefs we hold in our bodies. I call it “Living the Mystery.” I use a combination of movement, music, guided meditation, and artistic methods to explore and discover uncovered beliefs, patterns of behavior, and unconscious influences. I incorporate elements of color, sacred geometry, mythical avatars, and other spiritual stories into the guided meditations to create a multi-sensory experience.
This methodology can be used in private, group, or corporate settings. Movement can be done as a dance, standing, or sitting in a chair, however, a person is inspired. The music creates a backdrop for the guided meditations. Artistic methods are used to integrate and summarize the sensory experience.
I am a Registered Nurse and Massage Therapist. I hold certifications in Reiki, Energy Medicine, Metatron Colour Healing, and Health Coaching.
If you are interested in learning more about “Living the Mystery,” please contact me at 440.376.3097 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.