Integrating Body, Mind and Spirit
A Journey of Visual Healing
By Arna Baartz
Kundalini is not just sex but an expanded perception of yourself as all that is. The acceptance of one’s Kundalini is in fact surrendering to the complete integration of body and spirit. This is enlightenment. Surrendering to the Kundalini enhances all senses.
There is no doubt in my heart and mind that we are vibrational beings and that as such we can heal through participating in any act that triggers an emotional shift.
Colour is an extraordinarily powerful medium for personal development and emotional/physical healing. For me the deepest healings I have had have been through a visual sense.
As an artist and a deep seeker I have felt shifts and changes in my perception of the world and often in my psychological state through simply painting a picture.
I guess as I paint I am contemplating my emotions. I am observing my feelings around a particular situation in my life and as I do so the feelings are expressed in colour and form. Not only does this aid in processing the situation for me, it provides the energy for others to view and trigger their own healing.
I have recently completed a series of works that centre on the theme of Kundalini Awakening. It has taken me years to build my sense of worth as a woman in this world, painting, tantric yoga and writing have been some of the ways I have awakened the energy of woman and life in me.
As I have engaged more with the present moment and consciously integrated, body, mind and spirit through visualization and art mostly, I have noticed powerful shifts in the way I perceive and interact with my world, including improvements in my relationships and business successes.
It is a holistic approach really, becoming self-aware enough to act on prompts, if I see a notice for Tantra workshops, then read in a book about the power of Tantric energy then someone I meet mentions Tantra, I KNOW it is time for me to explore the subject. Becoming aware enough to notice these prompts and then taking action has moved and evolved me in so many ways.
My life has become so much more fulfilling as I have embraced my self completely. The value I place on myself becomes the value I receive from my external world.
It is worth it to love yourself, do the yoga, sing the songs, paint the pictures and dance to your music.
This world needs people who insist on being their best most beautiful, integrated selves.
To find out more about Arna Baartz and to see her Kundalini Art please go to www.artofkundalini.com