During a massage I felt - heard almost - a thigh call out: "OUCH!"
The lovely person who belonged to this thigh then said:
"I did not know that I had had such a pain until you touched it! What actually creates that pain?"
Good question actually, and I said so. At that moment I also looked at it with new eyes.
"Your body is your creation, part of the reflection of your reality," came to mind.
I asked her: "But what do you feel about this place in your body?"
"Tension probably," she said, "but why?"
Well yeah, what makes the body the way it is?
My answer was something like:
"I think the body is like an imprint.
A imprint of the mishmash of everything you have experienced, thought, and felt until now;
The influence of energies from your environment where you identified with.
And you have your own unique frequency: that is the vital you-forming power.
That is the power of "beingness", the energy that regenerates, and 'invisibly' (but so tangibly) is hidden in stillness, space, wellbeing, pleasure and play.
All this in combination with the most important (drum roll):
Namely: how you coincide with who you really are, NOW. Every time new. The you, that you meant yourself to be. The you that is free from anything you were before.
So what does the pain say?
>> It communicates the discrepancy between that imprint and your actual frequency. <<
What the painful bodypart wants, is to be part of your 'whole' again.
It is natural for your body to feel alive and connected.
Just think about how generally to you feel the best... Usually when you feel yourself completely. When you feel open, when inner and outer space coincide, when you and life smile at each other.
Logical, that your body wants to feel great. I think that is the purpose of life and having a body.
The question of what you need (or what that body part needs) to 'belong' again, and to get back to your own frequency" is way way way more important to me than what the cause is. Because asking for a cause gets often accompanied by the implication that you did something wrong.
In allowing healthyness again, in going towards pleasure and relief, the complete understanding comes along anyway.
You suddenly see what you chose, and what you can choose anew."
What is the entrance is to "belonging again", that is the art of giving massages to me. And my, do I love this!
What frequency wants space again? What energy do I apply?
I have also experienced myself numerous treatments from different angles of understanding. Massage, acupuncture, osteopathy, bio-resonance etc.
There are so many different approaches analyzing health (and the lack of it)
The common thread, looking back on those sessions:
I personally never felt better about some (general) "explanation" about why I did not feel well.
What did make me feel better: everything I reminded me of enjoying. Myself and life.
It was in this same massage that this beautiful painful thigh was the spontaneous key to the biggest succes ; the most powerful moment of the massage.
In a certain situation in which her legs were hanging in a relaxing manner, suddenly the door opened to the total experience of her own body.
I felt at that moment a refined version of goose bumps all over my body.
This pose is one of my favorites from the Thai massage. And I always say: if every person would receive this movement at least once a day, the world would not be the same.