It is quite disconcerting when we start to realize how much we have reduced our awareness and understanding of who we are as women and men to idealized images of beauty and attractiveness, fitness and performance machines, physiological function, illness and disease rates, DNA, MRI scans and biopsy results.
Have we become so estranged from our body that we consider it to be only an object like a car with certain parts naturally being expected to fail due to age or weakness in design, passing it by the garage and getting it fixed until one day it is fit for scrap?
What has happened to our sense of sacredness and magic of the body we once have known about as handed down in stories and reports of some cultures, religions and traditions or sometimes felt for a moment when we have been in awe of the extraordinary emanation of a person who holds herself in dignity and inner beauty?
There is a direct relationship between many of our widespread social problems, the increasing rates of illness and disease and the disconnection and denigration of our bodies. Being estranged from our bodies goes along with being disconnected from our innate divine beingness – the inner sense that there is more to us than being a random cluster of cells emerged from primeval mud with a mind to wonder what we are doing in a tiny speck of the Universe.
This sense of wonder and awe at the amazement of the body not by its physicality but the radiance that comes from sacred presence and expression through it as a vehicle of expression for our divine aspect, the Soul, relates us to a much deeper understanding of how the body is designed, a science that surpasses and at the same time fully encompasses our common knowing of anatomy and physiology.
Herein lays the key to resurrect once again the sacredness and true beauty of being a woman or a man, both being a body of expression for certain qualities that the gender can express due to its purposeful design. The gender specific stature, shape and organs serve the expression of certain qualities when naturally lived, like the female breasts emanating the quality of nurturing or the womb being the organ of stillness.
The Esoteric Breast Massage for women has shown to be a most respectful and deeply honouring healing modality to support women to free themselves from ideals and beliefs that take them away from their innate beauty and grace, and to heal emotional hurts that are deeply ingrained into the body contributing to a variety of psychological and social problems as well as minor to severe health issues.
EBM brings back again the ancient wisdom of what it means to be a true woman who lives in harmony with her body and knows to express in her fullness. By lovingly facilitating the release of those imprints that hinder the woman to cherish her natural preciousness, she is empowered to restore her divine nature and blossom into the woman she always has been destined to be.
Having seen and felt the change in hundreds of women - friends, family and clients alike who have undergone EBM treatments with one of the well trained and only female practitioners – I can attest to the clinical effectiveness of the EBM. Immediately after a session there is a glow and a sense of ease to just be and allow themselves to be seen as the beautiful women they are. It is the reawakening of the inner sacredness that is free to shine again.
In the long term I see women reclaiming their bodies, developing a deep sense of self-worth and regaining their power, dignity and grace. Not only are they healing themselves but by the reflection of true femaleness they offer also healing to all men. That reflection obviously comes from expression and behaviour but most importantly is emanating directly from the body itself that is readjusting to its natural expression of the specific qualities it is designed to communicate.