Wanna hear a story about ayahuasca, tattoos and the mind/body connection?
You may know (and if you don’t you’ve likely been living under a rock), but in November last year I travelled to @rythmia_ to experience ayahuasca.
It was INCREDIBLE. PROFOUND. LIFE CHANGING.
A true embodiment experiment in healing on all levels. Healing you don’t often realise you even need, until it happens and you’re like 🤯
So I went to Costa Rica, adamantly ‘not a tattoo person’…
But when I left Costa Rica to head back to LA, I had a distinct compulsive urge. An urge beyond my conscious self, a kind of need to get an ankh tattooed on me. -
☥ The traditional symbolism of the Ankh is the representation of life. It is a porthole or mirror into yourself and serves as a channel of communication to the divine. It also represents the unification of the feminine and masculine forces in the universe and the creation of new life. ☥ Personally, receiving the ankh on my body signifies my trip (in all ways) to Costa Rica and into plant medicine and the coming together of the divine masculine and the divine feminine within me. All of which is within you, too. ☥After each ceremony at Rythmia, I recorded a video diary of my ayahuasca experience. ☥ Yesterday was the first time I watched all 4 videos back and sunk so viscerally into the energy of the ‘me’ that I was watching on my screen. ☥
My energy body was transferred back to the state I was in and I dropped back into that incredibly grounded energy and deep bodily presence. ☥ And what is most incredible is that I began to notice that my wrist, where my ankh tattoo is began to pulsate and throb, as if my body was acknowledging that my energy field had shifted back into that vibration. ☥
We know there is a mind/body/spirit connection but it’s so easy for us to forget. ☥
Feeling that in my body today was a miracle. ☥
Miracles do exist and they happen daily before your very eyes. ☥
You simply need to be open enough to receive them ☥ - 3 hours ago